Executive Suites

As part of the $150 million renovation to Target Center, Club TI and our Single Game Suites are all-new for your personal and professional entertainment needs. The expanded club space provides an all-inclusive food & beverage experience, giving corporate groups the perfect opportunity to entertain employees, develop business relationships, host company events and holiday parties, or gather with friends and family. It’s time to experience a Minnesota Timberwolves Game Day in style.

Single Game Suites feature locally-sourced organic food options designed by Minneapolis-renowned chef and restaurateur David Fhima, while the drink menu will take the same-curated approach, featuring craft cocktails, frequent wine tastings, local spirits, craft beer and stadium classics.

Year-Round Access

Your suite package also features year-round access, including all Timberwolves and Lynx games, concerts and marquee events at Target Center. You can also entertain clients in your suite on non-event days.


The all-inclusive, members-only club is located directly behind the Theater Box seats. Providing 5-star cuisine, a full-bar featuring craft cocktails, and private tables in full view of the court.

16 Seat Packages

Executive Suites are ideal for larger companies. The suites comfortably accommodate 16-24 guests per night.


Luxury finishes and a modern redesign—including a large center island where guests can mix and mingle—make the reimagined Executive Suites an entirely new social experience.


Locally-renowned chef and restaurateur David Fhima has reimagined the catering services throughout Target Center with expertly trained service staff and a chef-driven dining experience. An a la carte menu allows you to cater your food and beverage offerings each night to suit the tastes of your guests—whether they prefer wings or Wagyu.

Customized Branding

Take advantage of customizing your suite with your business logo—a valuable branding opportunity which will remain throughout all Target Center events.

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