Marsha Lea Meyer-Rassat: U2 in 97′. The sound was terrible but seeing the band come out of a huge lemon was unforgettable.
Josh Truax: Saw the Stones there in ’94, Magic Johnson’s Lakers in ’89 (the Wolves’ only season at the Dome), the ’87 ALCS Game 2, and the Christmas Eve Packers-Vikings game in ’04. Also saw my high school alma mater win the Prep Bowl there once.
Bob Salwasser: Best memory for me was the welcome home rally after we beat Detroit; I have never heard humans make such a loud sound in person, than when they opened the big gate in right field, and the Twins walked out from their buses. I still get goose bumps thinking back to it.
Luke L Rasmussen: Metrodome- born April 3, 1983. Deceased of old age Jan 18, 2014. On Dec 29, a 72-0 Viking loss to the Lions placed the Dome in a coma, never to recover. The Dome led a dull life with its most exciting things mainly happening to other people: Duke Bluedevils, Washington Redskins, Billy Graham, and Pink Floyd. In its later years a snowstorm resulted in a quadruple bypass for the stadium. In its life it was hated by many. Its Teflon roof polluted the skyline of Minneapolis for far too long. It had as much character as the unnecessary revolving doors at its entrances. On January 18, 2014, doctors rendered the Dome clinically dead and removed it from life support at 10:02 AM. No funeral or memorial service is planned, mainly because nobody wants to go. The Domes younger sister, US Bank Stadium, will be born on September 2, 2016.
Scott Sackson: 87 World Series game 7! That was the first, and will always be my favorite!
Luke Herbert Royce: Watchin the twins come back from 6 runs against the white sox to force a game 163 in the Al central!
Loren Miller: Puckett leaping to catch the ball against the plexi glass in the 1991 World Series game 6.
Brian Skipton Greg Lewis’ last second touchdown from the one and only Brett Favre, vs the 9ers
Tim Reardon: The giant sucking sound as you exit through the revolving doors. I would have to say watching Randy Moss in his first game against Tampa bay in 1998.
JR Watje: Both World Series, AP’s record setting rushing game….. Hard to pick one!!!!! Bittersweet…. Final Fours, Concerts, Prep football, Monster trucks, Motorcross… How many other events………WOW!!! Tough to pick just one……….