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Fans are enjoying the U.S. Bank Stadium during the open house weekend

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It is the grand opening weekend of the U.S. Bank Stadium and fans are loving the view.

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Not everyone shared their enthusiasm for the new stadium, however, due to organizing issues and accessibility.

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The stadium officially opened yesterday with a ceremonial ribbon cutting, with team owners Zygi and Mark Wilf, Gov. Mark Dayton, Lt. Gov. Tina Smith, fireworks and Prince playing in the background.

Tours continue the rest of today and tomorrow, although some of the outdoor family activities will be delayed due to weather.

For a full schedule of events click here.

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