Surly is thrilled to partner with Minnesota United for a second season of Official Prematch Parties at our Destination Brewery before every home game. Grab a beer, get some food, listen to some music, and march to the stadium with a brass band and the rest of your fellow soccer enthusiasts.

UP NEXT: LA Galaxy on Sunday, October 21st. 

WHAT: MNUFC/Surly Official Prematch Party and March to TCF Bank Stadium

PARTY STARTS: 1:00 pm

MARCH STARTS: 3:10 pm. Queue up at the corner of Malcolm and 5th. Listen for the Twin Cities Stompers brass band and a megaphone.

WHERE: Destination Brewery, 520 Malcolm Ave SE, Minneapolis, MN 55414

MUSIC BY: Our music partner for the entire United season is Jake Rudh’s Transmission. Hell yeah.

CHARITABLE PARTNER: $1 from every Rising North can sold in the Beer Garden will go to Mississippi Park Connection.

WHERE CAN I GET SURLY AT TCF: We made you a map to print, save, and share.

OTHER THINGS TO KNOW:

  • Free parking (map below).
  • Plenty of bike parking and easy access to the Green Line.
  • Full menu inside; outside, we’ll have the Surly Food Truck running with a variety of hot dogs, brats, and sausages, served with chips, plus Surly nuts and Surly snack mix.
  • Surly soccer-inspired merch (hats, Ts, hoodies, etc.) will be available.

UPCOMING PREMATCH PARTIES:

  • Sunday, October 21 vs LA Galaxy–party at 1 pm, match at 4 pm

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

WHERE, EXACTLY, CAN I PARK?

Between Surly Brewing, Allina and UEL, there are over 1,000 places to park your vehicle on Sunday, in addition to hundreds of street parking spots.

Places where you can park:

  • Surly Brewing Co. Parking Lots
  • Allina Parking Lot
  • UEL Parking Lot
  • Some city streets

Places where you can’t park:

  • Other city streets.
  • Local business parking lots not listed above
  • In Surly’s employee parking lot
  • Loading zones
  • Loading docks
  • On the lawn
  • On the sidewalk
  • Anywhere signage otherwise indicated NO PARKING.

Here is a helpful map:

CAN I TAILGATE IN MY PARKING SPOT?
No. That’s, like, illegal and stuff. We did set up a tent where you can grab a beer and eat food, though, which are the two of the three main components of tailgating.  We don’t know what to tell you about hacky-sacking. You can probably get a good hack going, but respect other people’s space.