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The Hotel Minneapolis
215 Fourth Street South,
Minneapolis, MN 55454 US
Crowne Plaza Minneapolis Northstar
618 2nd Avenue South,
Minneapolis, MN 55402 US
Holiday Inn Express Suites Downtown
225 South 11th Street,
Minneapolis, MN 55403-2520 US
900 Washington Avenue South,
Minneapolis, MN 55415 US
ABOUT THE METRODOME
The Metrodome, as the country's only public stadium that does not rely on a continuing tax subsidy to finance operations, maintenance or debt payments, has truly established itself as Minnesota's Rec Room during the past 20 years.
The Metrodome is the only stadium in the world to have hosted all of the following: the NFL Super Bowl (1992), Major League Baseball's All-Star Game (1985), two World Series (1987, 1991), and the Final Four of the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship (1992, 2001).
Out of more than 300 event days per year at the Metrodome, less than 100 feature professional or major college sports. The rest of the event days are used by high schools and colleges, concerts, community activities and other events.
The Metrodome hosts boys' and girls' high schools from throughout Minnesota for athletic and other events and small college athletic competitions.
More than half a million people have come to the Metrodome to see concerts by major performers such as Pink Floyd, Paul McCartney, Guns N' Roses, Faith No More, Metallica, The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Tom Petty and The Grateful Dead.
The Metrodome is the only major facility in Minnesota big enough to host major motorsports events.
The Metrodome draws more than 4,000 runners and 30,000 inline skaters per year.