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Planning on attending the Rogers Place Open House on September 10? Read below to find out more about the different levels inside the arena!
BY THE LEVELS — A QUICK GUIDE OF ROGERS PLACE:
For many, this is where you will first enter the venue. Overstretching 104 Avenue, Ford Hall is a public space that is open to all patrons — including those without event tickets — offering up an area for fans to come together in celebration of the Oilers, Oil Kings, or their favourite artists performing at Rogers Place.
After entering the gates through Ford Hall, fans will be met by the Main Concourse level. This level plays host to the main food and beverage options, retail, and washrooms for fans seated in the lower bowl. The open concept allows every fan to continue to feel a part of the event they are attending, even when they leave their seats to visit a concession or washroom.
Below the Main Concourse, located on both the North and South end of the building, the Mezzanine Lounge provides a variety of local, traditional, and upscale food options for those seated in Club Seats. Some menu items include artisan pizzas, sushi and gourmet burgers.
Scotiabank Suites Level:
Above the Main Concourse, the Suites Level includes both the Scotiabank Suites as well as Theatre Boxes. The Scotiabank Suites seat 12 to 15 people, while the Theatre Boxes are able to provide the same private comfort and premium meal service, but on a smaller scale (seating between four to six people).
PCL Loge Level:
The Loge seating has quickly become one of the most anticipated hospitality products at Rogers Place. Two tiers of semi-circular tables allow groups of four to enjoy a more social setting, while still being met by premium service and a private concourse. In front of the Loge Tables, the Loge Ledge offers additional seating options for fans. The cushioned barstools with backrests and footrests give patrons both a casual and comfortable feel while enjoying an event.
Similar to the Main Concourse, the Upper Concourse provides a space for those seated in the upper bowl to access for food, beverage, retail and washrooms. This relieves congestion from an alternative common concourse, providing fans with the ease and comfort to wander, explore different food options, and mix and mingle within this space.
The Sportsnet Club is a two-level club sitting directly above the lower bowl on the east end of the building, providing a similar social space as a sports bar but with an enhanced, all-inclusive food and beverage service. This space is the perfect fit for the ultimate sports fans looking to find premium food and beverage options.
For those looking to find a chic, trendy space with all-inclusive premium food and beverage options, the Sky Lounge — located above the Sportsnet Club — will cater to these tastes. Furthermore, this space transforms itself into a nightspot following an event. Find out more here.