Event Info

Date:

May 18, 2018

Location:

U.S. Bank Stadium

Minneapolis, MN

Time:

Doors open – 5PM

Pre-show – 6PM

Show – 7PM

Cost:

Free – No Tickets

Just bring a friend and show up!

Date:

May 18, 2018

Location:

U.S. Bank Stadium

Minneapolis, MN

Time:

Doors open – 5PM
Pre-show – 6PM
Show – 7PM

Cost:

Free – No Tickets

Just bring a friend and show up!

FAQ

Tickets/Admission

How can I get a ticket to Pulse Twin Cities?

Pulse Twin Cities is a free, general admission event. Tickets are not available or necessary, but doors will open at 5pm. You can pick up a wristband for floor-level seating.

How do I get a wristband for the floor?
Wristbands will be handed out on a first-come basis until they are all gone through the Upper Pentair Gate.
What time do the doors open?
5PM
When does the program start?
Pre-show starts at 6PM Program starts at 7PM

Venue Info

Where can I park near U.S. Bank Stadium?

There are several options for parking around U.S. Bank Stadium with over 20,000 parking spaces between the stadium and Hennepin Avenue all within a 20 minute or less walk! Find more information here.

Is there bus parking available for my group?

Bus registration is now closed!

How do I get to U.S. Bank Stadium?

U.S. Bank Stadium is located in Downtown Minneapolis and easily accessed from all sides of the city. Find your route here.

Please note: I-94 will be closed from 394-W to 35-W Southbound from 10PM Friday, May 18 to 5AM Monday, May 21. View a map of the closure here.

Can I take public transportation?

Metro Transit offers a number of ways you can get to U.S. Bank Stadium. Find information here.

What can I bring into the venue?

No outside food or drink are allowed, nor are large backpacks, professional cameras, and weapons. More detail information available here.

Seating

Is there handicap seating at Pulse Twin Cities?
Yes. U.S. Bank Stadium is handicap accessible through a special gate (Upper Pentair Gate only) and we will have designated ADA seating available.
Will there be a sign language interpreter at Pulse Twin Cities?
Yes. There will be a designated area with American Sign Language (ASL) interpreters. Use the Upper Pentair Gate for entrance.
Can I save seats?
No. Venue security and event personnel will ask you to remove any signs, or personal items being used to save seats for anyone who is not already in the building.

Other

Do you need volunteers for Pulse Twin Cities?

Yes! We need hundreds of volunteers to help before, during, and after Pulse Twin Cities. See opportunities and sign up on our volunteer page.

Can I give/donate to the organization behind Pulse Twin Cities?

If you are interested in giving/donating to PULSE, you can donate online or mail a check to:
PULSE
34 13th Avenue NE, Suite B001
Minneapolis, MN 55413

Can I bring food for Second Harvest Heartland?

Yes! We are partnering with Second Harvest and encourage you to bring non-perishable food items. You can see a list of what they need here.

Pulse Twin Cities is more than an event; it’s a chance to impact the world.

We’re partnering with Second Harvest Heartland to fill food shelves across our region! On May 18, bring a non-perishable food item to Pulse Twin Cities.

Find out more.

The day after Pulse Twin Cities, our friends at World Vision are hosting a 6K walk to raise funds for clean water. Find a Global 6K for Water site near you and make a difference around the world!

Find a Global 6K for Water site.