View of new Vikings stadium, 375 days until kickoff

Signage was hoisted into place Monday morning, turning the new Minnesota Vikings stadium into U.S. Bank Stadium. It’s now 375 days until kickoff at the new, $1 billion stadium on the east end of downtown Minneapolis.

The Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority said stadium construction is now 65 percent complete. Crews have completed more than $550 million in stadium projects, at an average pace of $1.5 million per day.

Fox 9 reporter Rob Olson took a tour Monday morning, sharing his stadium access on Twitter: 

Getting briefing before tour of Vikings stadium. Sign over door says 375 days to kickoff. pic.twitter.com/zIkEK9jhul

— Rob Olson (@RobOlsonFOX9) July 20, 2015

Getting geared up for stadium tour... but we don't get the horned construction helmets. pic.twitter.com/TERfM2W1kl

— Rob Olson (@RobOlsonFOX9) July 20, 2015

Signage about to be hoisted for US Bank Stadium. pic.twitter.com/V9ibQnDMX9

— Rob Olson (@RobOlsonFOX9) July 20, 2015

View from main concourse looking west. pic.twitter.com/Qqcbk55DDq

— Rob Olson (@RobOlsonFOX9) July 20, 2015

Part of ETFE roof installed. pic.twitter.com/vbsdXqIrrL

— Rob Olson (@RobOlsonFOX9) July 20, 2015

Stadium panorama looking east from main entrance. pic.twitter.com/ZAOQB0ZWSH

— Rob Olson (@RobOlsonFOX9) July 20, 2015

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