It’s official: the Minnesota Twins can once again admit fans at Target Field in 2021. Soon, you could be right there with them.
According to Gov. Walz and the Minnesota Dept. of Health, the Twins will open the season with a maximum capacity at home of 10,000. (That’s about 25% of what Target Field holds.) For the home opener on April 8, the Twins will face the Seattle Mariners.
The first 17 home games of the 2021 season—from April 8 to May 6—go on sale at 10 a.m. on Thursday, March 25. Ticket sales will continue on a month-by-month basis this season.
To accommodate social distancing, those 10,000 will be seated in pods of two or four seats with 6 feet between groups. That way couples and families can still sit together. Face coverings are mandatory for guests ages 2 and older. Read more on the Twins’ safety measures at the ballpark here.
A limit of four tickets per person will be sold for opening day (April 8) and 20 per game following. For games after May 6, another announcement will be made in April regarding ticket sales. Priority will be given to existing season ticket holders.
Purchase tickets at Twinsbaseball.com or on the MLB Ballpark app.