Rogers Centre, Toronto

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Rogers Centre - A Quick Overview


Address: 1 Blue Jays Way, Toronto, ON M5V 1J1, Canada

Phone: +1-4163411000

Ticket Price: 16 USD

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About Rogers Centre, Toronto

This is a multipurpose stadium for seating for roughly 50,000 people. Since it opened in 1989, every imaginable sport has been played here - baseball, football, basketball, rugby, soccer, wrestling, ice skating. It’s also a popular place for concerts, auto shows and other exhibitions. It is one of the best stadiums in the country. Contact the stadium management for a behind the scenes tour of the stadium highlights.

Rogers Centre Information

  • Check stadium website for upcoming events.

Rogers Centre Ticket Prices

Rogers Centre Tour Experience Pricing:

  • Adults: $16.00
  • Seniors (65 +): $12.00
  • Youth (12 - 17): $12.00
  • Children (5 - 11): $10.00

Ticket prices depend on the seats, the times, and the event

Rogers Centre Opening and Closing Hours

Box office hours

  • Tuesday - Saturday: 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm.
  • Sunday & Monday:  Closed
  • Box Office opens at 10:00 am on event days

Hours given here are for the box office. Show times vary by event.

How To reach Rogers Centre by Public Transport

  • Streetcars 317, 509, 510 stop Queens Quay w at Harbourfront Centre
  • Union Station
  • Subway 1 stop St Andrew Station
  • Buses 6, 72, 97, 320 stop Bay St at Harbour St South Side (Toronto Island Ferry)

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Rogers Centre, Toronto Reviews

  • The Staff I interacted with during the Sunday Show of Monster Jam 2018 were very helpful! Being there just with my 4 & 1/2 year old daughter and a stroller, you would hope people at least staff would be helpful. They were! It was a seamless easy outing, although I forgot there isn't much leg room in the 500 section for adults ( I am 5'9) for context. I'm hoping the Blue Jays tickets don't sell out super quick this year. Here's to that 🍺

  • This is the place that literally take your breath away. You can enjoy the Blue Jays game and at the same time when the roof is open, you can enjoy CN Tower being part of the game. It is just amazing. The stadium is a master piece and it is comfortable to watch the game no matter where you are located. One more thing, there are street Hot Dogs carts that give you the full experience. Please don’t miss it.

  • Really friendly staff. Clean rooms, great sizes. The hotel is renovating so I can only imagine it will be even greater next time. The bar staff was so friendly and personable. The receptionist were eager to assist great group of employees here for sure!

  • Great stadium, with an amazing ball club. Atmosphere is great when Jays are winning... down seasons can tend to be more subdued. Recent great years again has sparked a new generation and atmosphere in the Dome. Flight Deck is a great place in the outfield every ticket has access to. Great for standing with groups... fills up fast! Food & beer getting better, but still quite pricey. Giveaways are pretty good, but usually have to line up early! Being in the Dome when it is opening or closing is still pretty cool... but usually done before/after fans are there except some times with quickly changing weather.

  • I went to a Blue Jays game with my older son. It was great. The Jays won! We ate gigantic hotdogs and had fun overall. We had seats above home plate in the 300's which were pretty good for a solid view of the whole field. People with a fear of heights should go with people who are not afraid. The angle of the seating is designed to provide an unobstructed view, but can be quite disconcerting when you first walk out to get your seats.

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