Gatelists

CANCELLATION POLICY 

If you need to cancel an event, please use the cancellation link located at the bottom of the event registration email that was sent to you when you signed up.  If you are canceling within 5 days of an event or the gate list is already posted below, email or call Holly directly.

MINNESOTA HS FOOTBALL: US BANK STADIUM

November 14th, Thursday, 9:30 check in, 10:30 am doors open, 10:30 pm done
Minimum for all day is $180. SHORT 1

November 15th,Friday. 7:00 am check in, 8:00 am door open, 10:30 pm done.
Minimum for all day is $200. SHORT 1

November 17th Vikings, Check in is 8:00 am, SHORT 10

 

TARGET CENTER

11/13, Check in is 5:00 pm Short 2

11/16, Check in is 5:00 pm Short 4

Must have your backgrounds checks done and the 10 minute online alcohol test

Please E-MAIL ME IF YOU ARE INTERESTED.

The following information is directly taken from the MN United website:

TRANSPORTATION

In coordination with Minnesota United, the City of Saint Paul has put together a plan to provide safe and sustainable transportation to and from Allianz Field on gamedays. The Snelling-University area is serviced by both the Green Line light rail and the A Line bus rapid transit systems, as well as other city bus lines. Allianz Field will also feature a dedicated area for app-based ride-sharing as well as 400 bike parking spots. It’s important to us on multiple levels — from long-term environmental considerations to simply being a good neighbor — to make it as easy as possible for you to use green and efficient options on gamedays.

Park-and-Ride

With limited parking options around Allianz Field, one of the best options for fans attending a Minnesota United game is parking off-site and taking a free shuttle to Allianz Field.

One of the best park-and-ride options for Allianz Field is located at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds. In addition to being the most affordable option for parking at a Minnesota United game, parking at the State Fair will allow you to tailgate with friends prior to the game. Meet your friends, grill some food and have some beverages, then take one of the many shuttles over to Allianz Field ahead of kickoff.

For additional part-and-ride options, please refer to the Metro Transit and Parking sections below.

Metro Transit

Allianz Field is located near attractive options for Metro Transit, making it easy to get to the stadium from locations all over the Twin Cities in an economic and efficient fashion. Get there and back easily with the Metro Transit all-day pass and skip the ticket buying line when you’re ready to head back home.

By Train
The Green Line Light Rail has a stop just outside the stadium.

By Bus
Metro Transit A Line services and local bus routes allow transportation options most of the day for commuters along the University and Snelling routes. Visit the Metro Transit website to plan your trip to Allianz Field on gameday.

Ride Share

Allianz Field has designated pick-up and drop-off points for fans planning on taking Lyft, Uber or a taxi to games. Get dropped off curbside on your way into the stadium on gameday, with easy access to your gate no matter where you’re seated.

Bike

Allianz Field is a bike-friendly stadium, with 400 bike parking spots available on-site. Take the bikeway to the stadium, then secure your bike, grab your helmet and head into the stadium on gameday.

From the North
Cyclists traveling north and south are encouraged to use the Pascal Street bike lanes.

From the East
Cyclists traveling to or from the east are also encouraged to utilize Pascal to connect to bike facilities along Charles Avenue or Marshall Avenue.

From the West
Cyclists traveling to or from the west are encouraged to utilize the bikeway on St. Anthony Avenue.

Parking – All Parking locations cost money, below is a picture of the rates as of 4/12/19.

 

State Fairgrounds
We expect one of the most popular options for parking to be the State Fairgrounds. Parking there will allow you to tailgate with your fellow fans before the game and ride back and forth in comfort on one of our free shuttles.

Directions to the State Fairgrounds

From the North
Take 35W south to 280, and then 280 to the Energy Park Drive/Como Avenue exit. Take Como Avenue east and look for signs for the State Fairgrounds. Alternatively, take 35E south to 36, then 36 west to Snelling Avenue, then Snelling Avenue south to the State Fairgrounds, which will be on your right.

From the South
Take 35W north to I-94, then I-94 east to 280, then 280 to the Energy Park Drive/Como Avenue exit. Take Como Avenue east and look for signs for the State Fairgrounds. Alternatively, take 35E north to I-94 west to 280.

From the East
Take I-94 west to 280, then 280 to the Energy Park Drive/Como Avenue exit. Take Como Avenue east and look for signs for the State Fairgrounds.

From the West
I-94 east to 280, then 280 to the Energy Park Drive/Como Avenue exit. Take Como Avenue east and look for signs for the State Fairgrounds.

HealthEast Lot
The HealthEast Lot (385 Aldine Street) parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis, and is the closest available parking to the stadium.

Directions

Allianz Field is located just off Interstate 94 on a Minnesota commuter pipeline that connects Minneapolis and Saint Paul. Fans from across the state will be able to hop on the interstate and drive directly to Allianz Field. However, given the amount of pedestrian, bicycle and transit traffic around the stadium on gamedays, it is recommended that fans do their best to avoid driving directly to Allianz Field on gameday.

From the West
Take I-94 East to Snelling Avenue. Proceed north on Snelling Avenue and Allianz Field will be on your right.

From the North
Take either Interstate 35W or 35E south to I-94. If coming from I-35E, take I-94 West to the Snelling Avenue exit. Proceed north on Snelling Avenue and Allianz Field will be on your right. If coming from I-35W, take I-94 East to the Snelling Avenue exit. Proceed north on Snelling Avenue and Allianz Field will be on your right.

From the East
Take I-94 West to Snelling Avenue. Proceed north on Snelling Avenue and Allianz Field will be on your right.

From the South
Take either I-35W or I-35E north to I-94. If coming from I-35E, take I-94 West to the Snelling Avenue exit. Proceed north on Snelling Avenue and Allianz Field will be on your right. If coming from I-35W, take I-94 East to the Snelling Avenue exit. Proceed north on Snelling Avenue and Allianz Field will be on your right.

 
Volunteer entrance is located on the South end of the stadium (facing I-94). On a game day… the Southeast gate/concourse entrance will
be open to employees/volunteers.
  • Check in will be at a table located OUTSIDE the stadium.
  • You MUST bring and present a photo ID to enter the building. You will not be allowed in on game-day without an ID.
  • All employees/volunteers are subject to bag/backpack screening upon entering Allianz Field. The less amount of bags and items brought in, the faster the screening process will be.
  • Metal detector screening for employees will be mandatory. No knives, box cutters or any type of weapon will be allowed in to Allianz Field.

Dress code – STAND workers

  • Uniform should be clean (Polo shirts will be handed out and collected in each game)
  • Black dress pants jeans, excessive holes/rips, sweatpants, and leggings are not allowed
  • Name badge are handed out each game and collected in at the end of each event – must be worn attached to collar.
  • Jewelry is conservative in style and number
  • No fake eyelashes
  • Hair must be natural in color
  • Nail polish must be natural in color OR gloves must be worn at all times
  • Beards or mustaches should be neat and trimmed
Dress code – Apparel
  • Black shoes )must be Adidas or logo of other brands must be covered over with black tape.
  • Black pants, no leggings or jeans
  • White t-shirt
  • A jacket or polo will be provided for you to wear during the event.

The new security company at Target Center requires all non-profit volunteers to show an ID and have your uniform on when coming into the building. 

Address – 600 N 1st Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55403

What to wear –

  • Black Pants-Pants must be dress pants, no leggings, denim, or wind pants.

  • Black T-shirt (a long sleeved shirt will be provided for you to wear on your first event this shirt is yours to keep and bring back each event).

  • Closed toe shoes, preferably black.

  • Hat will be provided the first day you volunteer.  You must bring the hat each time you volunteer.

Pick up your hat and shirt at the sign-in desk down stairs in the dock area.

Training – Levi, the group that runs the concession stands for the Target Center, has mandatory training each year. This training is completed online. They also require a background check which can be completed online.

How to get into the stadium – Employee entrance is located under Hubberts on N 6th street. You can also access from the skyway elevator opposite the Jack Links wild side store.

Where to check in – Check-in is located across from the dock. Coats and bags must be put into lockers before checking in.  Bring your own lock. Go through security and continue down the long hallway to staff check-in situated across from the loading dock. Do not get in line with Target Center staff.

Minimum payout for this stadium – $50

Minimum age – 18

Address – 1 Twins Way, Minneapolis, MN 55403

What to wear – APPEARANCE STANDARDS (directly from the Twins Legal Department)

  • Concessions Volunteers wear BLACK pants or shorts just-above-the-knee-length or longer, of a professional style, in a woven or twill fabric such as Dockers or Dickies brands. NO Denim/Jeans/gym clothes/shiny fabrics/tripes or logos.
  • In addition, we PREFER all black skid-resistant shoes, but will not require volunteers to buy shoes if they have a safe/comfortable alternative. MUST still cover entire foot, have skid-resistant soles.
  • White t-shirt

  • Hat, which is given to you the first time you volunteer. You must bring each time you volunteer

(Pick up your uniform shirt from your stand)

Training – Run by Delaware North Sports Services (DNC) DNC has mandatory training each year. In-person training must be completed prior to volunteering at Target Field. Once you do the in person training, the following year can be done online.

How to get into the stadium – You enter the Twins Stadium via the employee entrance at the inter- section of 7th Street and Twins Way. There is an employee entrance door located in the huge wooden vents slats (seen in the picture below). It is the size of a regular door. Once you enter, you will go through security.

Where to check in – Check in is right behind the security desk as you enter the stadium. Afterwards, report to the floor manager at your assigned stand.

Minimum payout for this stadium – $70

Minimum age – You must be 18 year or older

FREE CARPOOL PARKING: There is a free carpool programs that allows you to park in surface ramps, either the Glendale/Lyndale by Farmers Market lot (which is often full during the farmers market) or the North 4th street lot (which is under I94 over by the Ford Building) this is never full. 

You can see the lots on this map.  https://www.metrotransit.org/Data/Sites/1/media/pdfs/mplslotmap.pdf

To register your carpool, start at http://moveminneapolis.org/carpool/

Email carpool@moveminneapolis.org and ask for help getting the ‘free hang tag’ for the Farmer’s market lot or North 4th Street Lot.

$20 RAMP CONTRACT PARKING (FOR ANYONE)

Starting July 1, ABC Ramps offering Monthly Carpool Parking for $20!  http://carpool.mplsparking.com

Here are Instructions for Migrating to New Monthly Account

$4 DAILY PARKING (EVENING AND WEEKEND PARKING ONLY)

Here is the link for the $4 Twins parking information below: https://spplus.clickandpark.com/venue

 

Address – 420 SE 23rd Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55455

What to wear –

  • BlackPants -Pants must be dress pants, no leggings, denim, or windpants.
  • Black T-shirt (A shirt to wear over the top is provided
  • Closed toe shoes, preferably black.

(Pick up your uniform shirt at your stand)

(Hats are yours to keep and bring to each event; shirts gets handed back each time)

GROOMING STANDARDS

  • hair, shoulder length or longer, tied back and secured in a bun

  • beards trimmed to no longer than 1/4 inch

  • natural nails keep free of dirt polish or acrylic covering, trimmed to finger tip

  • jewelry- no watches, bracelets, wrist step counters, rings with stones or earrings
  • larger than 1/4 inch in diameter; no dangling earrings or earrings with stones

Training – DNC has a mandatory TEAMS training throughout the year for adults 18+, which is good for 3 years.

How to get into the stadium – You enter the building via the door under the Murray sign.  There will be security outside that will check you and your bags. They usually give us a reduced parking pass for one of the local parking ramps.

Where to check in – When you first go through security, you will check in using your ID at the desk outside of the Murray door. Then you will need to go up a small ramp to the next check-in desk, where you will sign in. Afterwards, report to your stand.

PERSONAL BELONGINGS MAY NOT BE BROUGHT TO SERVICE AREAS.  All personal belongings, once through Security, will need to be checked in a locker. If you believe you have an ESSENTIAL item that must be granted an exception, please let our staff know at check-in.

EMPLOYEE MEAL VOUCHERS – Employee Meal Vouchers are provided, please see the inventory manager. Volunteers are to use this voucher to obtain and eat their Employee Meal in Marshalling, and not in the stand. No eating is allowed in the service areas.

Minimum payout for this stadium – $65

Minimum age – You must be 16 year or older

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Address – 401 Chicago Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55415

Volunteers must arrive ON TIME.  This means EVERYONE MUST checked in and in your assigned stand 90 minutes before gates open.  This is MOST important for portable locations as they are staffed with sometimes only two volunteers. 

The cutoff for getting a wrist band at the tent will be 15min prior to gates. If you are this late and have not communicated it, you will be sent home and replaced by temp workers.  

COMMUNICATION IS KEY!!  LET Jessica  KNOW if anyone in running late right away, so that we can plan accordingly. It is ideal if you know and discuss a late arrival with me prior to the day of event so we can discuss whether or not this will cause an issue.  My office phone is forwarded to my cell phone on event days.  612-777-8843. 

UNIFORM POLICIES: **YOU WILL BE SENT HOME AND FORFEIT YOUR DONATION IF NOT IN COMPLIANCE!**

NEW VOLUNTEERS- you will be able to check out a uniform shirt and hat for the event- this will be done electronically and all items MUST be returned at the end of the event– if not returned, your donation will be forfeited.  A list of those who checked out items will be included on the invoice.

What to wear –

  • BlackPants-Pants must be dress pants, no leggings, denim, or windpants.
  • WhiteT-shirt (a US Bank specific shirt will be provided to wear over the top). This shirt is yours to keep and bring back each game.
  • Closed toe shoes, preferably black.
  • You will also receive a hats at your first event.  This hit is yours to keep and bring to each event.

NEW:  NO EARRINGS

Wrists must be bare of watches, fitbits, etc- medical bracelets can be worn on the belt loop of pants

Necklaces must not be visible (tucked under shirts) but if you don’t need to wear it please don’t

Training – Aramark has a mandatory TEAMS training throughout the year for adults 18+, which is good for 3 years.

How to get into the stadium – There will be a PDF posted with each US Bank Event Gatelist that will list this information.  Here are some general rules.  Free parking is provided for certain events. You must then get a free shuttle from the parking ramp to the stadium.  You must enter from the backside of stadium.  Go into the white tent and get a security card. (check-in 1) Minors must have a wristband to show that they cannot sell alcohol. Enter through the TEAMS door and go up the ramp.

Where to check in –

Sign in at table (check-in 2). While you are there, get your parking validated. Then go to Beer port B121 to check in with Achieving Dreams. (check- in 3) Then go to your assigned stand. (check-in 4)

Minimum payout for this stadium – $120

Minimum age – You must me 16 year or older

NEW 2019 SEASON: There will be staff at the parking garage checking the security list and handing out wrist bands to help alleviate the line at the tent.  If waiting for the next shuttle volunteers are invited to check in and get their wrist bands at the parking ramp.  You may still check-in at the tent as normal, this is simply an added option for those parking at the garage to do as they are waiting.  If the shuttle comes, there is no need to wait at the parking ramp – take the shuttle and check-in at the tent.

US Bank Parking

GL0929Soccer, Short 6

Click below for information about each stadium, including uniforms and how to get into each stadium

Please click on the event date to get the gatelist

GL1113Timberwolves, FULL, Updated, 11/13

GL1115Timberwolves, FULL, Updared 11/12

GL1116Timberwolves, Short 3, Updated 11/12

GL1120Timberwolves, Full, Updated 11/12

GL1114thru1130MnHSFootball, SHORT 2, Updated 11/12

GL1117Vikings, SHORT 12, MUST FILL

To work at Target CEnter you must do you Background check and On line Alcohol Course.  Both can be found on the website.

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