Get your Rogers Place tickets for all upcoming exciting events from VIP Tickets Canada! Rogers Place is located in the heart of downtown Edmonton and is the new home of the Edmonton Oilers NHL hockey team and the WHL's Edmonton Oil Kings. With a maximum seating capacity of 20,734, Rogers Place is also one of the largest indoor arenas in Canada, second only to Montréal’s Bell Centre. Get your Rogers Place tickets today for all the top concerts and sports events of the year!
Rogers Place Information and Schedule
Rogers Place is one of the newest arenas in Canada, with construction completed in 2016. In addition to hosting some of North America’s biggest sports events, Rogers Place is a popular venue for concerts, comedy shows, and other major events. Since Rogers Place opened its doors, it has played host to such megastars as Keith Urban, Dolly Parton, Drake, Kanye West, Dixie Chicks and Amy Schumer. In its first winter, Rogers Place also held such popular events as Cirque du Soleil’s Toruk - The First Flight and the Toronto Blue Jays’ 7th Annual Winter Tour. Rogers tickets to these events and more are available from VIP Tickets Canada.
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Getting to Rogers Place
Now that you have your Rogers Place tickets, how do you get to the venue? Thanks to its central location, fans can avoid any traffic and parking challenges by travelling to Rogers Place by way of the Edmonton Light Rail Transit (LRT) System or an Edmonton Transit Service bus. With 40 bus routes and five LRT stations located within walking distance of Rogers Place, fans have easy transit access to Edmonton’s biggest events. For those who prefer to drive, Rogers Place has partnered with Parking Panda, an online parking reservations provider, to offer parking passes for lots and parkades nearby.
Rogers Place Accessibility
Rogers Place is equipped with elevator access to all seating levels and several accessible seating areas, including locations on 100 and 200 levels and all suites and theatre boxes. For fans who are visually impaired, all of the wayfinding signs at Rogers Place include Braille lettering. Rogers Place welcomes trained service animals that are providing assistance to fans with disabilities.
For families, all gender neutral and family washroom facilities are equipped with baby change tables. Rogers Place permits visitors with umbrella-style strollers, which can be checked at the guest service centres located around the venue. Rogers Place also offers the Safe in the Seat Program designed to return children to their seat in the event that they become separated from their parent or guardian.
Cyclists can lock their bikes at a number of racks placed at convenient locations outside the venue, including the Rogers Place Northwest (NW) sidewalk.
Did you know?
The construction of Rogers Place arena took 2.5 years and involved more than 5,100 different workers.
A 45-foot circular mosaic graces the floor of Rogers Place’s Ford Hall, the public entryway that spans 104 Avenue. The mosaic is entitled Tsa Tsa Ke K’e (Iron Foot Place) and was designed by Alex Janvier, an artist of Dene sųłı̨né and Saulteaux descent. The installation is meant to honour the landscape in which Edmonton is situated, with colours evoking the sky and water, local stories, and Edmonton’s historic role as a meeting place.
According to the CBC, the Rogers Place arena scoreboard is the largest in the NHL at 46 feet wide, 46 feet deep and 36 feet high. It also weighs 90,000 pounds (that’s equivalent to 23 Ford F-150 trucks)!
The area of the city surrounding Rogers Place arena—from 101 and 104 Street to 103 and 106 Avenue–is a hub of activity and development and is now referred to as the Ice District, a name originally proposed by Edmonton Oilers owner, Daryl Katz.
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