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August 4, 2018: Kansas City Royals at Minnesota Twins, Minneapolis, MN
Baseball fans, get ready for a great evening at the ballpark! SeatGeek has your ticket to Kansas City Royals at Minnesota Twins. SeatGeek is a ticket search engine that makes finding tickets to live entertainment a cinch. With the largest ticket selection of any site on the web, we have Minnesota Twins tickets for every fan at every price point.
It’s always a treat for Minnesota Twins fans when the Kansas City Royals come to town, and this game should be no different. Minneapolis is one of the greatest sports towns in the country, and Target Field is known as one of the best stadiums in baseball, if not all of sports. SeatGeek's "View from Seat" previews are a useful tool for those who have never been to Target Field. This look at the sightlines from each seating section makes finding the perfect seat simple.
First pitch is at 18:10:00 for this evening game. Fans who want to watch the Minnesota Twins players warm up should get to the stadium about an hour early. The stadium will be open beforehand to allow fans to explore the venue, peruse the concession stands, and find their seats.
Tickets to Minnesota Twins games can vary in price based on a number of factors. If you see a price point you are comfortable with, we recommend making a purchase while those tickets are still available.
Seats closest to the field tend to be the priciest, but also offer the best view of the game and a truly unforgettable experience. Fans who would like to cut down on costs a bit can explore options in the middle and upper-level seating sections where tickets are often available for lower prices, but still offer great views of all the action. Fans can look at the listings on the SeatGeek event page for all available tickets, and sort by price or our Deal Score feature to find the perfect seat.
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