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Bag Policy

Permitted items include bags that are no larger than 5” x 9", diaper bags and medical bags (subject to search upon entry). Feminine hygiene products are available free of charge at Guest Services in Section 116.

We've Gone Cashless!

Target Center has gone cashless, including all concessions, ticketing and more. Use a credit or debit card or download the Timberwolves + Target Center app in the Apple or Google Play store, update your card information in the app and get ready to enjoy your next Target Center event hassle free.

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COVID-19 Protocols

Requirements for entry vary on a show by show basis and are determined by the promoter of each event. Currently, no Target Center event requires you to show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test to attend. Masks are not required. Full COVID-19 protocols can be found here.

Face Masks

Face Masks are not currently required to attend a Target Center event. We encourage all guests who prefer to wear a mask to continue to do so. For the latest city of Minneapolis policies, click here.

Enhanced Cleaning

For 30 years the health and safety of our employees and guests has been of the utmost priority and will continue to be so as we navigate our new environment. 

Target Center is operated by ASM Global, the world’s leading venue management and services company with over 325 venues worldwide. In response to the 2020 pandemic, ASM Global has launched VenueShield, an advanced environmental hygiene and operational protocol developed for more than 325 ASM Global facilities around the world. All protocols are aligned with public health authorities, medical and industry experts. VenueShield reduces physical touch points, increases venue sanitation and cleanliness, and provides health monitoring guidelines and services.

All procedures will be continually updated with the most recent information provided by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), National Health Service (NHS), and World Health Organization (WHO), local, and state officials. More info can be found here.