10 reasons not to miss September 10

1: Ford Hall

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Ford Hall is one of the most unique spaces inside Rogers Place. Stretching overtop 104 Ave, Ford Hall provides both functionality and elegance in the design of the Rogers Place. Intended to ease pedestrian traffic, this space also welcomes guests— ticket holders and non ticket holders alike — to meet up and celebrate their favourite team or artist together. This open space also features a large LED board, complimenting the energy and excitement of the community that will soon fill this area.

 

2: Janvier’s artwork

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Upon entering through Ford Hall, you will find Alex Janvier’s spectacular 45-foot diameter circular mosaic — titled, Tsa Tsa Ke K’e (Iron Foot Place). Set in the floor, visitors will have the opportunity to take in the artwork from many different angles, exploring its endless colours, shapes and textures.

3: Try some food

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Not only will the Open House allow you a sneak peek at the venue space before the first events take place, but it will also provide you with the opportunity to try some unique, hand-crafted and local culinary options that will be available for fans attending future events at Rogers Place. Stay tuned to this week’s episode of PCL ICE Level, where you will get another preview of some upcoming menu items!

4: See premium spaces

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A select number of premium spaces will be open for all guests to view. Get a chance to see the PCL Loge Level, Mezzanine Level, Scotiabank Suites and Club Levels. For those interested in learning more about premium spaces inside Rogers Place, visit our hospitality page and find out what makes each space unique.

5: Gretzky statue


Get a first-hand look at the famed Gretzky statue and its new home outside the Oilers Hall-of-Fame Room on the 104 Ave sidewalk.

6: Scoreboard

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Be the first to see the world-renowned Rogers Place scoreboard. As the largest true high-definition centre ice scoreboard in the League — measuring at 46 feet wide, 46 feet deep and 36 feet high — fans from every seat will be able to witness the awe-inspiring clarity and and sheer size of these screens.

 

7: Concourse

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From the striking curves of the architecture, to the extra-wide concourse space, visitors will have the opportunity to easily explore the different levels inside Rogers Place, and find out where concessions, washrooms and retail stores are located.

8: Explore Downtown Edmonton

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Visiting the Rogers Place Open House will give you the chance to familiarize yourself with Edmonton’s rapidly developing downtown. Seek out new spots to dine before and after games, find the best places to park and discover the quickest routes to Rogers Place. Find out more on how to beat the crowds HERE.

9: See centre ice

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It’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for —finally see that familiar blue & orange logo at centre ice. Need we say more?

10: It’s free

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Did we mention it’s free? Thanks to Rogers Place staff and the City of Edmonton, this event is free to the public — because, who doesn’t love free stuff?

In order to ensure we can get as many people through the building as possible, we ask that you only take as many tickets as you plan to use (limit of 4 per email address) and show up no more than 30 minutes in advance to your selected time slot.

 

 


pssst…want to be the first one inside Rogers Place?

Check out the Rogers Place Open House Contest to find out how you can be the first to tour inside Rogers Place ahead of the public on September 10.

 

 


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