Hurry! Time is Almost Out to Try This Fun Event at US Bank Stadium
Wanna try something fun and unique at the home of the Vikings? Well, you still can because the Winter Warm-Up program is still going on at US Bank Stadium! But it ends SOON!
If you are wondering what the heck I am talking about, I was just as shocked when I saw a TikTok of a girl rollerblading around the stadium!
U.S Bank Stadium has Winter Warm-Up, a recreational program featuring inline skating and indoor running, and has been going on since this November up until the end of this month.
According to their website, eighteen Winter Warm-Up sessions will be offered this year beginning on Tuesday, November 29, and ending on Thursday, January 26. Winter Warm-Up is open to all ages and will take place on the stadium’s main and upper concourses from 5 – 9 pm on Tuesday and Thursday nights.
So, the stadium is then divided into 2 different sections where you can either run or inline skate/roller skate.
What is really cool is that for Inline skating and roller skating, you are in the stadium’s main concourse. Open skating is offered from 5 – 8 pm with speed skating from 8 – 9 pm.
Noted in the information section is that “skaters will need to bring their own equipment to participate as skate rental will not be available. All participants on the skating concourse must have skates on, no street shoes are allowed. Skaters are required to bring their own safety gear, including helmets. Participants are welcome to bring inline skating equipment to the stadium and will be subject to a bag search and standard security procedures.”
If you want to run, indoor running is offered on the stadium’s upper concourse. Proper footwear is required for all participants though.
So go ahead and get your tickets now! Go with a friend or two, your partner for date night, go with your whole family, or even just by yourself!
Winter Warm Up at US Bank is almost over, but you still have a chance to go before the end of the month! You can choose between January 12th, 17th, 19th, 24th, and 26th.
All information is credited to usbankstadium.com and where you can find additional information including entry and the wavier form.