Vikings release a live stream of Metrodome destruction

  • Luke Willis
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The Minnesota Vikings have called the Metrodome home since 1982, but it’s has come to an end as the Minnesota legislature approved funding to build a new stadium, which is working as the name Vikings Stadium, on the site.

The Vikings have revealed a 24-hour live stream on their website of the demolishing and rebuilding of the new stadium that you can watch here.

Preliminary work has already begun as crews are excavating on site. The roof was deflated for the final time on January 18, starting at 7:15 a.m. The process took about 35 minutes. Shortly after, the gradual tear down of the building will began.

The project is projected to have a $975 million price tag, with the Vikings covering $477 million, the state covering $348 million, and $150 million covered by a hospitality tax in Minneapolis.

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