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Minneapolis, MN 55403
The Target Center is an indoor multi-purpose facility located in downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Target Center took over two years to build and cost a whopping $104 million. Since opening on October 13, 1990, the Target Center Minneapolis has undergone a multitude of management changes. The Target Center Minneapolis is currently owned by the City of Minneapolis, but its daily operations are managed by AEG Facilities.
The Target Center Minneapolis is currently the home of the NBA’s Minnesota Timberwolves and the WNBA’s Minnesota Lynx. Before the teams folded in 1996, the Target Center Minneapolis was also home to the AFL’s Minnesota Fighting Pike and the RHI’s Minnesota Arctic Blast. The various home games of these local professional teams have been a major highlight on the Target Center schedule of events.
The Target Center schedule features a wide variety of events. From WWE Raw, to Yo Gabba Gabba, the Target Center schedule of events has something for everyone in the family.
Along with various shows and sports events, the Target Center Minneapolis has also hosted numerous musical performances including pop sensations Selena Gomez, Demi Lovato and Hillary Duff. Check out Eventful’s up-to-date Target Center schedule of events for the latest Target Center Minneapolis event information.Links
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