The 2023 Edmonton Oilers Stanley Cup Playoffs presented by Molson return to Edmonton’s ICE District will be the epicentre of post-season excitement. Here’s everything you need to know before coming to an Edmonton Oilers Home Playoff Game at Rogers Place.
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Fans will be unable to access Rogers Place through the ICE Plaza and ICE Plaza entrance doors at the foot of Ford Hall.
To access Rogers Place, fans are encouraged to enter via the 104 Avenue entrance or the north LRT entrance. In addition, the Downtown Edmonton pedway system is fully open to Rogers Place via the overpasses from Edmonton Tower and Stantec Tower which is fully open and directly connected to Rogers Place via Ford Hall.
Ford Tailgate Party at Fan Park
The Ford Tailgate Party has moved to Fan Park at ICE District! New this season, fans can enjoy a bigger and louder atmosphere in the new space, located on the parcel of land immediately east of Rogers Place between 102 Street and 101 Street. The Ford Tailgate Party will be open for all home playoff games and will feature live entertainment, Edmonton Oilers alumni appearances and signings, hot food, cold beverages and the best playoff atmosphere in Edmonton!
Fan Park at ICE District features a large, fenced, programmable space designed to accommodate and celebrate the uniqueness of Oil Country, its citizens and Downtown Edmonton.
This area is free to enter and no ticket is required. The Ford Tailgate Party in Fan Park and the Scotiabank Playoff Plaza in ICE District are all ages events with no re-entry.
Scotiabank Playoff Plaza in ICE District
For all playoff games, fans can watch live from ICE District in the Scotiabank Playoff Plaza. Located in the heart of downtown Edmonton, at the confluence of Rogers Place, the JW Marriott Hotel and Stantec Tower.
The Scotiabank Playoff Plaza programming will include DJs, hot food, cold beverages, appearances from team mascot Hunter, Playoff game ticket giveaways and the game on the big screen so fans can cheer on the Oilers.
The Ford Tailgate Party in Fan Park and the Scotiabank Playoff Plaza in ICE District are all ages events with no re-entry.
Molson Hockey House
Ford Hall will be open for fans to enjoy home and away games from Molson Hockey House, and also for post-game festivities with DJs and other live entertainment.
Molson Hockey House will open two hours and thirty minutes before puck-drop on game days and entry is free of charge. Space is limited so fans are encouraged to arrive early to secure a spot.
Located inside Rogers Place, Studio 99 offers elevated sports bar dining, both a-la-carte and buffet style.
Walk-ins are welcome and open to anyone with a valid event ticket.
To ensure your spot click here to book your table or call 780-664-0384.
Your home for Edmonton Oilers Playoff gear, The Official Oilers Team store in ICE District Plaza boasts 3,400 square feet of retail space filled with Oilers merchandise and one-of-a-kind game used equipment.
The ICE District Authentics pop up store in Ford Hall will be open 2-hours and 30 minutes prior to game start.
Playoff gear is also available for purchase via ICEDistrictAuthentics.com.
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ICE District Central Parkade
Brightly lit & security patrolled, the ICE District Central Parkade has hundreds of heated spaces and convenient access to Rogers Place and located on the north side of 103 Ave just west of 103 St. The parkade offers 6’10” (2.08 m) clearance and quick indoor access to Rogers Place via the ICE District Central Parkade P1 elevator or through the Stantec Tower Level Two pedway.
Proof of Vaccination
As per the Government of Alberta and Alberta Health Services’ current protocols, proof of vaccination is not required for this event.
As per the Government of Alberta, Alberta Health Services and the City of Edmonton’s current protocols, masks or face coverings are not required for this event.
Rogers Place Bag Policy
Bags and purses are allowed, however bags larger than 12″ x 12″ x 6″ (i.e. backpacks, suitcases, beach bags, etc.) are prohibited from entry into Rogers Place. All other bags will be permitted after a physical inspection of its contents.
To assist with entry into Rogers Place with a medically necessary bag, please contact our Ticketing & Customer Services Team in advance of the event at 780-414-4625 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rogers Place is committed to providing guests the safest and most secure environment. Exiting and re-entering the building will not be permitted at Rogers Place. Once a ticketed guest has been scanned into Rogers Place, guests cannot exit the building and return during the event.
Smoking & Cannabis Policy
For the enjoyment of all of our guests, Rogers Place is a smoke-free environment. All forms of smoking, including the use of cannabis products and electronic cigarettes (vaping), is not permitted on Rogers Place property. Please be aware that guests will not be permitted to exit and re-enter the venue during events.
During all Rogers Place events, guests will be able to text 587-207-HELP (4357) along with their location and concern to speak to an on-site Rogers Place representative.
For all Rogers Place venue information, including security, food & beverage, parking, pick-up/drop-off options, camera policy, etc., please review our A-Z Guide.
Whether you plan to take the LRT, bus, drive or walk, find the best routes to Rogers Place here: RogersPlace.com/getting-to-rogers-place/
Rogers Place recommends all guests requiring assistance contact the Rogers Place team at 780-414-LIVE (5483) in advance of their visit.
To purchase accessible seating for all events at Rogers Place, please visit Ticketmaster.ca and click on “Request Accessible Tickets” or call Ticketmaster at 855-682-6736.
If you have arrived at Rogers Place and you do not have accessible seating but require it, please visit any of our Guest Service Centres located behind Section 121, Section 129 and Section 230.
Rogers Place is fully accessible with elevator access to all seating levels.
Rogers Place accessible seating locations:
- 100 Level: 102, 103, 105, 117, 119, 120, 124, 132
- Scotiabank Suites Level: All Suites and Theatre Boxes
- PCL Loge Level: 9, 16, 26 and Sportsnet Club
- 200 Level: 203, 211, 220, 224, 232 and Sky Lounge
- The number of accessible seats may vary by event according to the seating configuration.
All wayfinding signs at Rogers Place have Braille lettering to better assist our visually impaired guests.
Additional information for our accessible guests is available below:
- Please see Drop-Off Zones/Designated Pick-Up Areasfor more information.
- Please see Assisted Listening Devices section for more information.
- Please see Wheelchairs below for information about wheelchair assistance.
Whether you plan to take the LRT, bus, drive or walk, find the best routes to Rogers Place here: RogersPlace.com/getting-to-rogers-place/.
The Downtown location makes Rogers Place easily accessible by transit, with over 40 bus routes and 5 LRT stations within walking distance from the arena. For more information on transit, visit takeETS.com/Downtown.
For the safety and security of all Rogers Place guests and employees, the following items are not permitted at Rogers Place:
- Weapons or replicas of any kind including but not limited to:
- Guns, firearms, ammunition, stun guns
- Self-defense sprays, fuels, torches, lighter fluid
- Bats, brass knuckles, batons, martial art weapons
- Knives, razor blades, box cutters, scissors, tools
- Explosives, aerosols and fireworks
- All bags, backpacks, and purses – small clutches and wallets are still permitted
- Illegal drugs, illicit substances or prescription narcotics in non-labelled containers
- Cameras with lenses longer than 3” (detachable or non-detachable)
- Video cameras and the use of video capable devices such as GoPro
- Tripods, selfie sticks, telescopic or similar devices
- Items intended to create an optical distraction (laser pointing devices)
- Aerosol cans or noisemaking devices, whistles, cow bells, air horns and plastic horns such as vuvuzelas
- Any size pole or stick, including those associated with banners or flags
- All outside food and beverage
- Projectiles including, but not limited to, inflatable balls, frisbees and hula hoops
- Non-service animals
- Seat cushions, portable chairs
- Roller blades, skateboards, scooters and bicycles
- Drones (unmanned aircraft systems) or other model aircraft
- Inappropriate attire or signage including all gang affiliations
- Rogers Place reserves the right in their absolute discretion to deny access for any item(s) deemed disruptive or a safety concern.
All prohibited items must be appropriately disposed of prior to entry to Rogers Place being granted.