Showcasing A New Stadium

Showcasing A New Stadium

Super Bowl LII will be played this February at U.S. Bank Stadium in downtown Minneapolis. Opening in July 2016, the Viking’s new home received great reactions and reviews in its first season of use last year. Fans marveled over the massive glass doors and the stunning translucent roof, which give the indoor stadium a true outdoor feel yet still protect visitors from the tough Minnesota weather. At Super Bowl LII, NFL fans from across the globe will get to experience the futuristic arena that has already cracked Forbes’ top 10 Super Bowl stadiums list, alongside the likes of Los Angeles’ famous Memorial Coliseum and the monstrous AT&T Stadium in Arlington.

This $1 billion stadium seats over 66,000 people, is double the size of the old Metrodome, and includes a number of exciting, fan-friendly features. The club level seats bring fans closer to the action than any other NFL stadium in history. The Delta Sky 360° Club (exclusively available through On Location Experiences 2018 Super Bowl Ticket Packages) on field level gives fans an up-close and personal view of the players as they enter and exit the locker room and offers an on-field patio experience. Additionally, a gorgeous four-acre city park surrounds the stadium and will greet fans from all over on gameday.

Many view Super Bowl LII and the host U.S. Bank Stadium as the inauguration of a new generation of modern Super Bowl stadiums, with the brand new Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta and the City of Champions Stadium in Los Angeles hosting in 2019 and 2021, respectively.

You won’t want to miss your chance to watch the big game in one of the most advanced and luxurious stadiums ever constructed! Check out On Location’s 3D Stadium Map to select the best seat for your Super Bowl LII experience.

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