It’s been nearly a year since #GARTHinEDMONTON took over Rogers Place and all of Edmonton! Starting with nine sold-out shows and the sale of Garth’s five millionth concert ticket, and ending with a banner being raised to the rafters in Garth’s honour, we’re looking back at a week we won’t forget as the King of Country Music celebrates his birthday!
City Council voted today to approve downtown arena deal.
Oilers owner Daryl Katz talked to the media about the downtown arena project.
Rexall Sports Corporation, the Edmonton Oilers and Rogers Communications today announced the new home of the Edmonton Oilers will be named Rogers Place.
Edmonton’s downtown arena project has been given the green light to begin construction in March 2014.
Watch the entire press conference from Tuesday’s Rogers Place arena update in full.
Downtown arena project has been given the green light to begin construction.
Guaranteed Maximum Price for Rogers Place has been reached, as well as for the surrounding amenities.
Construction on Rogers place will start March 3, 2014
The City of Edmonton has received approval to use the CRL to fund numerous projects.
The new scoreboard will be five times bigger than the current board at Rexall Place.
City, Katz Group, PCL working together to deliver world-class arena on approved budget.
With Rogers Place plans, what you can’t see is just as strong as what you can.
Downtown arena rises from the ground: Get a peek of what will be inside.
The ground has been broken for the new home of the Edmonton Oilers.
The demolition of the Staples building is another milestone for downtown’s redevelopment.