Yes, with a Use & Event Permit secured at least 24 hours in advance.
There are two types of users - recreational and commercial. Both require a permit. Recreational users are flying for fun only. Commercial users include all those flying with any intended use for the information, images or video footage gathered, regardless of monetary gain.
There is no permit fee for recreational flyers. Commercial flyers may incur a fee, depending on the circumstance.
Recreational users must obtain a Use & Event Permit from The Commons and abide by these FAA and the Academy of Model Aeronautics community-based safety guidelines:
Commercial users must obtain a Use & Event Permit from The Commons, have a FAA license, and register their aircraft with the FAA. Commercial users can apply for waivers from the FAA to fly over 400' high, fly at night, fly over people and fly from a moving vehicle, among others. The waiver process takes a minimum of 3-5 weeks. The FAA website with waiver application form is below.
No drone use is allowed at The Commons during an event at US Bank Stadium with expected attendance of more than 30,000 people. The restriction is in place from 1 hour prior to 1 hour after event. (FAA regulation)
The FAA is the governing body for airspace and drone flight.