Super Bowl

Superbowl Stadium and Clinic Graphic

We’re open to take care of you

HCMC will be here to serve you throughout the days leading up to the Super Bowl and during Super Bowl weekend. The information below will help you plan your trip to HCMC. Stay informed about changes to bus routes and LRT schedules. Go to MetroTransit.org Rider Alerts and sign up for email/text updates.

Visit the Host Committee’s Know Before You Go website for road closings, increased transit options, parking spaces, and traffic routes or visit www.mnsuperbowl.com/transportation. Visit the Metro Transit website to find detailed information about bus detours from mid-January to early February.

January 26-February 2

All HCMC clinics, Urgent Care, Emergency Department and inpatient units and services are open with no changes.

HCMC Parking Ramp Photo

Patients and visitors will be able to park in the HCMC Parking Ramps throughout the week leading up to the Super Bowl, but increased traffic and road detours near the stadium may add to travel times so we encourage patients and visitors to plan a little extra time to get to HCMC.

Super Bowl weekend - Friday night, February 2-Sunday morning, February 4

HCMC Urgent Care and the Emergency Department will be open, as well as all inpatient units.

Patients and visitors should plan ahead and expect traffic delays.

On Friday evening the stadium perimeter will be closed and many streets will be closed and detoured so plan extra time to reach the HCMC campus.

Game day - Sunday afternoon, February 4

HCMC Urgent Care and the Emergency Department and all inpatient units will be open.

Ramp Parking Map

Patient and visitor parking will be available in the Hospital Ramp only. Enter from 8th Street or 9th Street, just east of Chicago Ave. Request a validation ticket in the unit in order to pay the normal rate.

The HCMC Ramp at 6th Street and Park Avenue, the surface parking lot at 7th St. & Portland Ave., the B-Lot (between 7th and 8th Streets), and the former Smith Lot (between 9th and 10th Streets) will not be available for patient or visitor use for a 48-hour period on game day. Patients and visitors will need to be out of those areas by 6 pm on Saturday, February 3.

There will be no street parking on 7th and 8th Streets.

We expect parking and traffic may be impacted after the Super Bowl is over and the area is clearing out.