University of Minnesota Policy for U2 Fans

U2 Concert: Campus and Stadium Policies

The University of Minnesota is pleased to welcome U2 concert-goers to campus and to TCF Bank Stadium and expect everyone to have a great time.
As guests to the university, it is important to be familiar with university policy and ordinances. Please review the following to make sure you know the policies before you come to campus.
Parking lots will open at noon. Fans arriving early to line up for field tickets are encouraged to use the Oak Street ramp 6:00 a.m.
Stadium gates will open at 5:00 p.m.
Guests holding Field tickets can only enter through the entry doors at Lincoln County.
There is NO RE-ENTRY to the stadium at any time. There are no exceptions. TCF Bank Stadium is a non-smoking facility.
No tailgating is allowed and will be enforced.
No camping will be allowed.
Gates A, B,C,D, and E will be open for entry into the stadium. The premium entrance will be available for premium seatholders (DQ Club, Loge Level, Suites). The doors at Lincoln County will be the entry point for field level tickets.
The use of a ticket to an event authorizes an inspection at the point of entry to ensure the absence of prohibited materials. Admission will be denied to anyone carrying any of the prohibited items.

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The following items will be prohibited from TCF Bank Stadium for the U2 concert:
Aerosol cans
Animals (except assistive animals for people with disabilities)
Backpacks, luggage, grocery bags, duffle bags, large bags, large purses, or large camera cases.
Beach balls, footballs, baseballs, etc.
Banners or signs
Beverages, beverage containers, or liquids.
Camcorders and tripods
Cameras with lenses over six inches long.
Cans, bottles, thermoses
Illegal Drugs
Laser pointers
Markers or paint
Noisemaking devices
Objects that can be used as projectiles (sticks, bats, clubs, poles, etc)
Tobacco products
Any other items that security deems to be dangerous.