The Target Center arena in downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota. Photo by Tony Webster

Southbound lane of First Avenue next to Target Center temporarily closing for Women’s Final Four festivities

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The southbound lane of First Avenue from Sixth Street South to Seventh Street South next to Target Center in downtown Minneapolis will be closed Thursday, March 31 through Monday, April 4 for NCAA Women’s Final Four festivities.

Festivities include the Party on the Plaza planned for Friday afternoon through Sunday evening outside of Target Center. The final two teams will have a red-carpet arrival at Seventh Street and First Avenue on Sunday, April 3 ahead of the championship game.

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