Here Are The Changes Coming To Target Field This Year


Target Field

Target Field

The Minnesota Twins have announced what fans can expect to see this year at Target Field ahead of opening day on April 8th. The state is currently allowing 10,000 fans for home games at Target Field.

According to a press release, here's what you need to know:

Feeling Ill?: Anyone feeling ill or with a temperature above 100.4 is asked to please stay home.
Parking: The Twins, in collaboration with MPLS Parking and the City of Minneapolis, are providing preferred game day parking in Ramps A & B (reduced rate of $12) and the Hawthorne Ramp (special price of $10) throughout the 2021 season. Fans can reserve their spot, and pay in advance, via ParkWhiz.
Face Coverings: Face coverings are required to enter Target Field and at all times while in the ballpark, except while actively eating or drinking in a ticketed seat or location.
Digital Ticketing: All 2021 Twins tickets will be delivered digitally via the MLB Ballpark app, and contactless ticket-scanning technology will be used at all gates. Guests are encouraged to enter Target Field via the suggested gate listed on each digital ticket.
Update the Ballpark app: Fans should make sure they have the latest version of the Ballpark app to ensure smooth access to tickets and other functionality.
Bag Policy: Bags are not allowed in Target Field, with the exception of necessary medical items, diaper bags and small clutch purses (max. 9” x 5”).
Food Policy: Outside food items are not allowed in Target Field, except for necessary medical supplies. One factory-sealed or empty water bottle (32oz. or less) per person is permitted.
Mobile Ordering and Payment: Concessions and merchandise can be ordered for pickup, and paid for, directly from a mobile device using the MLB Ballpark app.
Cashless Ballpark: Cash will not be accepted at Target Field; only credit, debit or digital wallet payments are accepted at all retail and concessions. Reverse ATMs are available in the ballpark.
Physical Distancing: All guests, Twins employees and Event Staff are required to practice proper physical distancing when entering, exiting and moving about Target Field.
Gray Duck Deck: Originally developed prior to the 2020 season, the “Gray Duck Deck” will make its fan debut in 2021. Located in the area adjacent to the left field foul pole inside Gate 6 (the former Barrio space), this open-air bar will feature signature drinks from the homemade Minnesota brand.
Jack Daniel’s Bar and Schneiderman’s Lawn: Another space originally re-designed prior to 2020, the main entrance to Target Field – Gate 34 – will be home to a pair of new spots this season. Jack Daniel’s and the Twins are making it count at the new Jack Daniel’s Bar, complete with signature cocktails featuring the world’s top-selling American whiskey. The 5,600-square-foot Schneiderman’s Lawn provides weather-resistant furniture such as Adirondack chairs, wooden tables and benches, high-top bar tables and swivel chairs.
Summit Brewing Pub: Summit, the Twins’ new Hometown Craft Beer sponsor, will introduce fans to the “Summit Brewing Pub.” Located down the left field line of the club level (the former Goose Island Pub space), this space will provide fans with the taste of one of Minnesota’s most beloved craft breweries.
Truly On Deck: The formerly named Bat & Barrel will continue providing fans with state-of-the-art video elements and signature food and beverage options, now with the added flavor of Truly Hard Seltzer®.

Click here to see more about what you can expect to find at Target Field this year.