The Vikings will host the Packers — and celebrate Randy Moss' enshrinement to the Pro Football Hall of Fame — at 7:20 p.m. (CT) Sunday at U.S. Bank Stadium.
The stadium gates will open at 5:20 p.m.
The Commons, Delta Vikings Village, and the Medtronic Plaza will open at 4 p.m. and feature multiple activities. Tickets are not necessary for activities on The Commons or Delta Vikings Village but are required to access the Medtronic Plaza.
The Vikings are reminding fans about new procedures for 2018, including a mobile-only entry process for home games that is part of a league-wide initiative.
Tickets are accessible via the Vikings app or the online My Vikings Account portal and can be saved to fans' mobile devices. No hard tickets or printed PDFs are available. The change allows better communication between the team and fans, reduces fraud and counterfeit tickets, provides flexibility to manage, transfer or sell tickets at any time and offers quick and easy entry into the stadium using a smartphone.
Step 1: Download and open the free Minnesota Vikings App (available for Apple and Android devices).
Step 2: Navigate to the Tickets tab and sign in using email and password for My Vikings Account.
Step 3: Select the event to attend and click View Barcode to load ticket(s) ahead of time to scan for entry.
* Fans can also add the tickets to Apple or Android Wallet for guaranteed easy access on game day.
For more information regarding mobile entry, click here.
On the airwaves:
TV: NBC (KARE 11 in Minneapolis/St. Paul)
LOCAL RADIO: KFAN 100.3-FM/KTLK-AM 1130
SATELLITE RADIO: Sirius 81 or Streaming 811 (GB), Sirius 83 or Streaming 819 (MIN); XM 226 or Streaming 811 (GB), XM 225 or Streaming 819 (MIN)
Click here for more broadcast information.
Logistics, events and activities:
Here's a look at logistics, events and activities inside and outside of the third-year venue.
Delta Vikings Village and The Commons open: 4 p.m. (CT)
Stadium gates open: 5:20 p.m. (CT)
Kickoff: 7:20 p.m. (CT)
Color Guard: A Joint Services Honor Guard representing all branches of service will present the colors, and a full-field American flag will be displayed by uniformed members of the military.
National Anthem: Jordan Smith, who won Season 9 of NBC's The Voice, will sing the National Anthem. Smith was the first singer from The Voice to have the No. 1 and No. 2 songs on Billboard's Hot Christian Songs Chart.
Halftime: Legendary Vikings receiver Randy Moss will be presented his Hall of Fame Ring of Excellence during a special ceremony. Moss ranks second in NFL history with 156 receiving touchdowns and was enshrined this August as a first-ballot nominee. Moss stormed onto the NFL landscape 20 years ago when he set a rookie record of 17 touchdown catches to help Minnesota go 15-1.
Fans can help welcome Moss back to Minnesota by applying a purple filter developed by 3M to the lights on their mobile devices. The film and instructions for how to apply it will be on the covers of the Playbook game programs that are placed on the stadium's seats.
View exclusive images of the ring that the Vikings will present Wide Receiver Randy Moss for his enshrinement into the Pro Football Hall of Fame with on Sunday Night Football when the Vikings take on the Green Bay Packers at U.S. Bank Stadium.
U.S. Bank Hometown Hero: The U.S. Bank Hometown Heroes program honors individuals who have gone to extraordinary measures to make positive differences in the community. If you would like to nominate someone, visit Vikings.com/fans/promos/hometownhero.
Sunday's Hometown Hero is Paralympic swimmer Mallory Weggemann, who won gold in the 50-meter freestyle and a bronze in the 4X100 relay at the London Games in 2012. Weggemann has held 34 American records and 15 world records and received an ESPY from ESPN in 2011 for "Best Female Athlete with a Disability."
The 2018 United States Olympic Men's Curling Team, which won gold in PyeongChang, will be recognized during the game. Minnesota natives John Shuster, Tyler George, John Landsteiner and Joe Polo will be in attendance. Team USA defeated Sweden to claim America's first Olympic gold medal in curling.
Vikings Legends will sign autographs from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. at multiple locations inside and outside of U.S. Bank Stadium and in the Delta Vikings Village. Autographs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
Locations inside U.S. Bank Stadium (game ticket required):
Delta Sky360⁰ Club: Doug Sutherland
Medtronic Club: Tyrone Carter
FMP Club: John Turner
Hyundai Club: Esera Tuaolo
Buffalo Wild Wings Club: Rufus Bess
Mystic Lake Club Purple: Vencie Glenn
Locations outside U.S. Bank Stadium
Delta Vikings Village (no game ticket required): Brent Novoselsky and Jesse Solomon
Delta Vikings Village Stage:
Lost Highway will perform from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
SKOL Line and Minnesota Vikings Cheerleaders: 6 p.m.
3M, Andersen Windows and Doors, CenturyLink Legends Autograph Zone, DI LUSSO Deli, Highland Park, Hy-Vee, KFAN, Mills Fleet Farm, Mystic Lake, North Memorial, Sleep Number, Twin Cities Orthopedics and U.S. Bank are scheduled to have fan engagement areas.
Vikings Rewards Check-in Challenge:
Introduced before the Vikings hosted the Cardinals in Week 6, the Vikings Rewards Check-in Challenge allows fans the opportunity to earn up to 750 points when they check-in at a variety of locations on game day in the Delta Vikings Village outside U.S. Bank Stadium. Fans who check in at more than four will be eligible to win a special Vikings prize! Visit the Vikings Rewards Gazebo to learn more. Be on the lookout for signs like this at check-in points.
The PRIMESPORT Longhouse will be open before, during and after Sunday's game to fans with or without game tickets.
Aramark will be serving tailgate fare from inside and outside the PRIMESPORT Longhouse and the permanent building on Delta Vikings Village.
Beer, wine, the "Purple Passion" drink and Bloody Marys will be available for purchase in multiple locations.
The Vikings Locker Room Store will have a merchandise truck located in the Delta Vikings Village. The Minnesota Vikings Cheerleaders will be selling 2018-19 calendars in the Delta Vikings Village and The Commons.
Activities on The Commons:
Border Battle T-shirt – Support the Minnesota Vikings Foundation and the team in its annual Border Battle against the Packers with a limited edition T-shirt for a minimum donation of $25. Proceeds will support the Minnesota Vikings Foundation and its mission to advance the well-being of youth through engaging health and education initiatives. T-shirts will be available in the Longhouse and on the main concourse inside U.S. Bank Stadium.
Chuck for Charity – The Vikings social impact department will be raising money for the Minnesota Vikings Foundation by challenging fans to make a 30-yard throw to an inflatable target. Winners will receive prizes of varying types each game.
Other activities – Face-painting, tailgate games, the Play 60 Zone, giant inflatable bag toss and QB Challenge
Social Impact Nonprofit Partner of the Game – The Salvation Army
Help The Salvation Army fight for good. Donate or sign up to be a bell ringer at SalvationArmyNorth.org.
Check your bag for $10 per item (cash only) at our secure bag check located in The Commons.
Fans are encouraged to avoid bringing bags to games. If, however, fans opt to bring a bag, it must comply with the NFL's clear bag policy.