Super Bowl LII
U.S. Bank Stadium becomes home of Super Bowl LII on February 4, 2018
U.S. Bank Stadium is an epicenter of Minnesota pride and the home of the Minnesota Vikings, located in the heart of downtown Minneapolis. U.S. Bank Stadium is already home to pinnacle world-renowned events including the Summer X Games (2017-2018), the NCAA Men’s Final Four (2019) and, of course, Super Bowl LII on February 4, 2018.
U.S. Bank Stadium is ready to put Minnesota in the largest entertainment spotlight in the world next February with Super Bowl LII. In conjunction with the local Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee and the NFL, all U.S. Bank Stadium partners are preparing to provide a safe, world-class sports and entertainment environment for all. Many Super Bowl LII events will be happening during the 52 week countdown across Minnesota, including several events during “Handoff Week” which directly follows Super Bowl LI.
“The world will be watching Super Bowl LI in Houston and, after the confetti drops, all eyes turn to Minnesota,” said Maureen Bausch, CEO of the Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee. “Once Minnesota gets the game ball, that excitement and anticipation will only grow as we countdown 52 weeks to Super Bowl LII. During Handoff Week, we are inviting all Minnesotans to join in the celebrating as we prepare to host one of the world’s biggest events in the Bold North.”
For more information on Super Bowl LII, including an up to date list of events and ticket sales information, visit www.mnsuperbowl.com.
To help start the countdown, the Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee unveiled a downloadable digital clock that Minnesotans can follow along as we tick closer to Feb. 4, 2018. The digital clock is available for download to a computer or mobile device here.