We are committed to providing a clean and safe environment for our guests and employees.
To ensure a clean and safe environment for all who enter through our doors, U.S. Bank Stadium has implemented VenueShield, a comprehensive health and safety program, in addition to following all CDC, State of Minnesota, and City of Minneapolis health and safety guidelines.
VenueShield was developed by ASM Global in partnership with leading medical experts, industry professionals and public health officials, and is comprised of best practices for certifying event venues at the highest standards of cleanliness for the safety and health of our clients, guests, and employees.
VenueShield encompasses six categories of venue operation including the areas of Environmental Hygiene, Customer Journey, Food Service, Technology & Equipment, Workforce Safety, and Communications. For more information on VenueShield, please visit VenueShield's official website.
Indoor Air Quality
U.S. Bank Stadium offers a clean and safe environment for our guests, clients, and employees through the virus-fighting protection of our bi-polar ionization system, which is installed in every air handling unit (AHU) in the venue. U.S. Bank Stadium regularly monitors airflow and will take reasonable steps to maximize air exchange at events.
This state-of-the-art technology actively contributes to better health by restoring indoor air to its natural state through an ionization process. It is said to mitigate or limit airborne viruses and keep the air we breathe in the stadium cleaner and healthier. The system installed at U.S. Bank Stadium has been proven in labs to effectively improve indoor air quality.
In accordance with CDC guidance, U.S. Bank Stadium guests are recommended to wear a mask while indoors, even for those who are fully vaccinated.
For safety and efficiency purposes, cash payments are no longer accepted inside U.S. Bank Stadium. Guests must bring credit and debit cards or use contactless options like Apple Pay for all purchases.
Major Event Updates
Health and safety policies may per event due to requests or requirements of event promoters and organizers. Updated health and safety information for events will be communicated via each individual event page on our website and directly with ticketholders via email.
To date, the following events have been either rescheduled or postponed:
- August 6, 2022: Kenny Chesney Chillaxification Tour (May 2, 2020 or June 5, 2021)
- October 24, 2021: The Rolling Stones 2020 No Filter Tour (May 16, 2020)
- August 14, 2022: Def Leppard + Motley Crue The Stadium Tour (June 27, 2020 or July 8, 2021)
- November 13, 2021: Strait Summer - George Strait, Chris Stapleton, Little Big Town and More (August 22, 2020 or July 31, 2021)
- August 27, 2022: Rammstein North American Stadium Tour (August 30, 2020 or September 3, 2021)
Please click on each event for more detailed information. We will continue to update our event calendar with more detail as it becomes available.