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Plans announced for TwinsFest 2020

Plans announced for TwinsFest 2020

Updated: January 08, 2020 01:50 PM

The Minnesota Twins have announced plans for TwinsFest 2020, which will take place later this month.

The event will be held at Target Field from Jan. 24-25, and features more than 50 current, former and future players.

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TwinsFest is the largest annual fundraiser for the Twins Community Fund, which uses baseball and softball to improves lives and strengthen communities across Twins Territory.

Some new features of TwinsFest 2020 include"BombaLand," an immersive, interactive and memorabilia-laden exhibit highlighting the longball exploits of the famed 2019 Twins "Bomba Squad" that set the major league single-season record with 307 home runs, and "The Great Escape," which allows attendees to form a team and test their puzzle skills in one of two escape room challenges designed by Lock & Key Escape Rooms.

The team also announced the return of popular past attractions, including the bubblegum wall, clubhouse of champions, white glove tours, a memorabilia show, "The Road to the Show," Twins authentics, a yard sale, as well as the autograph stations, a silent auction and the broadcasting stage.

There will also be events for kids, such as the Bullseye Fan Zone, Gamer's Dugout, T.C.'s little Slugger's Play Area and T.C.'s Makeover Studio.

Fans attending TwinsFest can also take advantage of free rides on all Metro Transit buses and lines.

You can find more information on the event here.

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