The Duluth Amateur Hockey Association has teamed up with The Duluth Entertainment and Convention Center (DECC) to host a drive-in viewing party for two upcoming MN Wild playoff games. It's being held as a fundraiser for the Duluth Amateur Hockey Association, and you can buy tickets ahead of time for the event. Tickets cost $15 per vehicle and can be purchase at Duluthhockey.com.

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The Minnesota Wild face the Vancouver Canucks in the Stanley Cup Quarterfinals at 9:30pm on Sunday August 2 and Tuesday August 4. You need to purchase a ticket ahead of time, as they won't be sold at the event. They'll have some food trucks on site, but ask that you take your trash with you and properly dispose of it. Satellite bathrooms will be available at the event.

They will open up the parking lot of Amsoil Arena an hour and a half before the game. Parking is on a first-come, first-serve basis. They remind you that the parking lot speed is 5 mph, and to please watch for children.

Large trucks and SUVs will not be allowed to park up close to the screen. They have designated rows, including elevated parking in the ramp for those vehicles. They also encourage people to check their operating manual to ensure they know how to turn off their headlights.

DAHA also adds that the event will go on rain or shine, and that everybody reads and follows the rules for the event to make sure everyone has a good time.