Target Field is one of the most unique and spectacular parks in all of Major League Baseball. It features one of the closest seating bowls to the playing field and has approximately 18,500 infield seats, plus it has one of the largest high definition scoreboards in the MLB. The ballpark features a 360-degree open main concourse giving fans an uninterrupted view of the playing field. Providing the ultimate fan experience and comfort were obviously two major goals when building the new stadium. The seats are now much wider and have much more legroom. You’ll also be able to take advantage of Target Field’s roof canopy – one of the largest in the MLB – in case of inclement weather. Also, fans are able to warm up at heated concession stands, restaurants and lounge areas, including the Budweiser Roof Deck and Hrbek’s Restaurant & Bar. There are 20,000 parking spots within 5 blocks of the stadium, or you can use light-rail transportation to avoid traffic and parking fees.
New to the 2019 season, the Minnesota Twins announced Target Field’s Gate 34 will get a makeover.
The reconfiguration will include two additional entrances to relieve congestion for fans; an expansion of the attached canopy to protect from ill weather; a green scape will be placed where the existing topiaries and secondary planters sit; among other renovations. The addition of more than 9,300 square feet will also provide new turf for fans to enjoy extra seating and activities like lawn games. The project is scheduled to be completed by the March 28 season opener against the Cleveland Indians.