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The Vikings will host the Giants at 7:30 p.m. (CT) tonight in the second regular-season game inside U.S. Bank Stadium and first on Monday Night Football.

The team is continuing several new rituals that were launched on Sept. 18 when the Vikings defeated the Packers 17-14.

The celebration will begin outside the stadium at 4 p.m. with the opening of the Delta Vikings Village and The Commons Park. Here's a rundown of in-game elements, as well as festivities before the game.

Stadium opens: 5 p.m.

Kickoff: 7:30 p.m.

Key logistics for fans attending the game

New dedicated Skyway route opens:

Broadcast info

Television: ESPN

Radio: KFAN 100.3-FM in the Twin Cities and across the five-state Vikings Radio Network

In-stadium elements

Pre-game festivities:

Player Warm-ups with DJ Skee

Vikings player warm-ups will feature a live DJ performance by artist, television host and radio personality DJ Skee. The St. Paul, Minnesota, native will perform from the field beginning at 6:30 p.m.

Vikings SKOL Chant

The Vikings will continue the "Vikings SKOL Chant," a version of the "Vikings War Chant" that was made famous by the Iceland men's national soccer team after their return from the Euro 2016 this summer. Aron Gunnarsson, the captain of Iceland's national team, and Thor Bjornsson, a native Icelander and "The Mountain" from Game of Thrones, helped pass along this new tradition in the regular-season opener.

Fans are encouraged to be at their seats 15 minutes before kickoff to participate.

Color Guard: U.S. Navy

National Anthem: Atlantic Records Platinum Artist JoJo; the Vikings will be joined by local youth groups in support of the NFL Play 60 movement

Gjallarhorn:TBA

Hispanic Heritage Month: In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month (Sept. 15-Oct. 15), the Vikings are proud to present Braulio Carrasco with the NFL Hispanic Heritage Leadership Award. Carrasco is Education Minnesota's Race Equity Organizer.

U.S. Bank Hometown Hero:Art Erickson, co-founder of "Urban Ventures," a program that assists urban communities with development to empower individuals and strengthen families.

Souvenir, player-designed cup: Prior to the season, several players worked with artists on designs of limited edition souvenir cups. Teddy Bridgewater worked with an artist on the cup for tonight's game and Oct. 9 against Houston. It has a Breast Cancer Awareness theme and is $8 at concession stands or $10 in the Hyundai Club where refills are part of the ticket package.

M Hospitality is donating $1,000 to charity in Bridgewater's name for his collaboration.

Halftime: BMX bike show* *

Out-of-stadium elements

Delta Vikings Village & The Commons Park

Vikings Village opens: 4 p.m.

Delta Vikings Village Stage Timeline

32 Below:  5-7:30 p.m.

SKOL Line Performance:  5:30 p.m.

Cheerleader Performance: 6:15 p.m.

Delta Vikings Village Activities:

Live Music – Performed by 32 Below from 5 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

VCF Wheel of Fun – Promotional give-a-ways and VCF Silent Auction will be located at the corner of Chicago Avenue and South 4th Street.

Partner Activation Areas – Check out the fun activities our sponsors have planned in our Delta Vikings Village:

Century Link, Hy-Vee, KFAN, Medtronic, Minnesota Lottery, Mystic Lake, Polaris, Schwan's, U.S. Bank and Verizon

Longhouse:

The Longhouse, a 6,000-plus-square-foot-structure will open at 4 p.m. and close one hour after the game ends for fans with and without game tickets to enjoy the pregame celebrations. It will close one hour after the end of the game. Aramark will serve Miller Lite and Coors Light inside the Longhouse, cash and credit cards are accepted.

Food Vendors:

Aramark will be serving burgers, brats, hotdogs and wings from the brick building on Delta Vikings Village and from inside the Longhouse. There will be MillerCoors products and Pepsi products for sale throughout Delta Vikings Village and inside the Longhouse.

Merchandise:

The Vikings Locker Room will have a merchandise truck located in the Delta Vikings Village. The Minnesota Vikings Cheerleaders will be selling their 2016 calendars throughout the morning in the Delta Vikings Village and The Commons.

Autographs:

Autographs will take place from 6 p.m. – 7 p.m. in the Delta Vikings Village in the Century Link Legends Autograph Zone and on the Medtronic Plaza.

Delta Vikings Village:

Chris Walsh, Wide Receiver (1994-2002)

Robert Tate, Cornerback/Wide Receiver (1997-2001)

Medtronic Plaza:

Carl Eller, Defensive End (1964-78)

Vikings Rewards:

Fans earn points for things that they already do and then redeem these points for unforgettable experiences and great prizes. Visit their booth on the Plaza to learn more and sign up.

First Aid:

A First Aid tent will be located on the Southeast end of the Commons at the corner of South 5th Street and Park Avenue.

Bag Check:

The cost of the bag check is $10 with all proceeds benefiting the Vikings Children's Fund. It will be located on the westerly block of the Commons.

The Commons Stage Timeline

Cheerleader Performance: 5:30 p.m.

SKOL Line Performance 6 p.m.

The Commons:

Food Information: There will be three food trucks located on The Commons.

Face Painters – Unique and classic face painting opportunities provided for fans of all ages

Viktor Football Toss

QB Challenge – Throw to your favorite targets, Kyle Rudolph, Adrian Peterson and Stefon Diggs

Inflatable Obstacle Course – Climb walls, dodge defenders, and finish by going down the slide

Play 60 Zone

Giant Inflatable Bag Toss

Giveaways –The first 1,000 fans will receive Vikings sunglasses.

Memorial Blood Center — blood drive located on 4th street in between Portland and Park Avenues

United Health Group —"Kick Senior Hunger" drive located on the eastern block of The Commons* *

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