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As football fans from across the globe arrive for Super Bowl LII, the Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee is providing tips to game-goers for their travel to U.S. Bank Stadium on gameday. Ticketholders are encouraged to dress warmly and plan ahead.

Dress Warmly: All fans attending the game should expect to spend some time outdoors on their way into and out of U.S. Bank Stadium. Utilize these tips to stay warm on gameday:

  • Game-goers should dress in layers including hats, gloves, and scarves to cover extremities
  • Comfortable and warm shoes are recommended
  • Make use of easily accessible items such as reusable hand warmers
  • Layers will help when fans reach the stadium, where it will be a perfect 72 degrees inside

Plan Ahead: Fans attending the game are encouraged to plan ahead for their transportation to U.S. Bank Stadium:

  • Public transit is the easiest and warmest way to arrive at U.S. Bank Stadium. Security check points at Mall of America (Blue Line) or Stadium Village (Green Line) will take fans on an express train arriving inside the secure stadium perimeter. Round trip tickets are just $30, available for purchase on metrotransit.org. Tickets should be purchased in advance and are not available on gameday.
    • For a video guide on how to buy your ticket and take the trains, CLICK HERE
  • Due to stadium security and the proximity of the stadium to the light rail line, regular light rail service will not operate on gameday. In place of the Blue Line from Mall of America, and the Green Line between Stadium Village and Target Field, free replacement bus service will operate on gameday for non-ticketholders.
  • Visit mnsuperbowl.com/transportation for a comprehensive Know Before You Go guide with information on parking, transit including the Gameday Express trains, skyways, and dressing for the weather.

In-Stadium Entertainment: To encourage fans to arrive early to the stadium on gameday, there will be a number of in-stadium entertainment elements:

  • Extensive coverage of Sting and Darius Rucker performances at NFL Tailgate
  • Shots of team bus departures from hotels and arrivals at stadium
  • Scott Hanson Super Bowl Insider behind the scenes at the stadium, including interviews with current and former NFL players
  • Video highlights from events earlier in Super Bowl week, including Super Bowl Opening Night Fueled by Gatorade
  • Welcome messages from players on both teams
  • Social media visualization featuring images and posts from around Minneapolis and both team markets
  • Video features on both teams and overall NFL season highlights
  • Coverage of player warm-ups including player stats and facts, music curated by both teams

About the Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee
The Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee is a private, non-profit corporation formed to plan and execute the festivities surrounding Super Bowl LII.  For more information visit www.mnsuperbowl.com and follow @mnsuperbowl2018 on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat.

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