Target Field

Section 219 at Target Field


Target Field Section 219 View

Section 219 Seating Notes

Row Numbers

  • Rows in Section 219 are labeled 1-6
  • An entrance to this section is located at Row 6
  • When looking towards the field, lower number seats are on the right

Interactive Seating Chart


  • Section 219 Reviews

    Club Level View For Fraction of the Price

    Sep 2016

    Section 219, Row 4, Seat 16

    Feels a lot closer to the field than you'd think when looking at the Twins seating chart and seeing these just below the upper deck. These are on the visitor sidr, but you can't see the dugout from row 4. In the first row I think you can. But you avtually get one of the best views into the Twins dugout, surprisingly. Straight ahead view is of the Target Center and downtown skyline. Nice little perks.

    The view was very good.

    Section 219

    • Terrace Level


      200 and 300 Level sections at Target Field make up the Terrace Level. These seating areas share a concourse, but they differ in a number of ways. Terrace Level Seats  Sections labeled in the 200s have up to eight rows with an entrance located at the back. These are some of the smallest and most accessible seats at Target Field. These sections are also known for their impressive views of the field and the cityscape. Sit behind home plate for some of the best sitelines at Target Field or sit on the third base side for skyline views. View Level Seats  The View Level is another name for 300 Level sections. Each of these sections has 14 rows of seats and is only accessible via a staircase from the Terrace concourse. Despite being more difficult to access, the View Level has a distinct advantage over the Terrace Level during the summer. Seats on the first base side offer the best shade at Target Field. Nearly ever row in sections 304-315 will be protected from their sun. Combine this with a cheaper ticket price, and you can see why these are a favorite among families. 

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