Kenny Chesney and Tim McGraw will hit the stage July 8th and tickets went on sale Saturday at 10 a.m. Roughly 40,000 tickets were sold in four hours despite a minor online glitch.
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Tickets go on sale for Target Field country concert
Fans snapped up tickets to see the first ever concert at Target Field in Minneapolis. Kenny Chesney and Tim McGraw plan to show up July 8th.
Top price near $300 for first concert at Target Field
The Star Tribune says the Twins are limiting ticket purchases to four per order to give as many fans as possible a chance to see superstars Kenny Chesney and Tim McGraw when they stop in Minneapolis for the first show ever at Target Field. Coughing up just shy of $300 will get you into the general admission area closest to the stage.
Twins sell-out some of the hottest series at Target Field
Fans got their first chance to buy 2012 regular season single game tickets Saturday morning. Some of the games already sold-out include the home opener as well as both series against the Chicago Cubs and Milwaukee Brewers.
Target Field adds new food options to its concessions lineup
Baseball fans will enjoy a variety of new offerings, which include cheese-stuffed meatballs, bacon sloppy joes and deep fried pickle chips. The Twins are also expanding their selection of local craft beers and starting a partnership with locally-based 2 Gingers Irish Whiskey. The home opener is Monday.
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