Bc Place, Vancouver

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Address: 777 Pacific Blvd, Vancouver, BC V6B 4Y8, Canada

Phone: +1-6046692300

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About Bc Place, Vancouver

The BC Place is the largest sports venue in the city and has also hosted the Olympics’ Winter games in the past. Get an all access tour of the BC place and see the Media Lounge, Premium seats area, the BC Sports Hall of Fame, locker rooms and walk the field to experience the behind-the-scene magic of the place.

If you can, catch a trending match here when the energy of the place is simply contagious! The food, the adrenaline and the crowd- all promise a memorable match.

Bc Place Ticket Prices

  • Tour Costs: $20 per person + taxes; Group rates are available at $13.50 (plus tax) per person for groups of 10 or more.
  • For ticket prices of trending matches, events and concerts, visit the official website.

Bc Place Opening and Closing Hours

  • For schedule of tours, visit the official website.

How To reach Bc Place by Public Transport

  • By Bus: SB Cambie St FS w Georgia St Bay 3
  • By Skytrain: Stadium-Chinatown Station
  • By Ferry: Plaza of Nations Ferry Dock
  • By Taxi
  • By renting a Car, Bicycle or Scooter.

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Bc Place, Vancouver Reviews

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  • Love the open roof, when its open. A good move adding the sails to the upper bowl while it's not in use. It definitely adds to the atmosphere especially at whitecaps games. A pretty cool stadium but the food options should be more expansive, showing off our local flare.

  • Sports! Go local team. They're better at their sporting abilities that the visiting team. The local team is the local favourite, and we all cheer for them when they score points and win the sports match. Inside BC place, the sports played are field sports, such as football (American) and football (European). In addition to sports, it is also possible to view musical concerts of popular music genres performed by popular musicians. For both sports matches and musical performances, tickets are more expensive when sitting closer to the front.

  • I toyed with giving one star but I'm going to be generous since the event we attended here was incredible despite how inept they were. I will point out that it's not often that you attend an event at a venue where they screw up so badly that it makes the national news of the country you're in the next morning. I brought my daughter up from WA to see the opening night of the U2 Joshua Tree Tour to celebrate her 18th birthday. Some of our friends from Bellingham drove up as well and let us know that things were pretty messed up at the venue so we skipped dinner and got there as quick as we could. What a mess! There was no clear lines, or order. We fought our way back and forth through the crowd a couple of times and still had no idea what line or entrance we were supposed to use. I'm a big guy so I had my daughter get behind me and I just plowed through the mass of people like a bulldozer. A bunch of people saw this and fell in line behind my daughter to bulldoze through the crowd with us. We went half way around the building and back before I gave up and snuck us in through a side door that I noticed was open and unattended. We never did show our tickets or have them scanned. The venue was fine and the acoustics were good. It wasn't a bad large venue at all but they need to fire everyone in charge there and start over. We ultimately had one of the greatest nights ever but that first part was frustrating. If I liked Mumford and Sons, I would have been annoyed that I missed part of their show because of all of this but I don't so I'll let it ride. This is the first time I've seen U2 where they had an opening act I didn't really like but they more than made up for it with their own show. The next morning we woke up at our hotel and turned on the CBC morning news and this mess was the lead story. Believe it or not, this isn't the first time I've woken up the morning after a U2 concert and found the show to be the top story on the news for bad reasons. I saw them at Rice Stadium at the University of Utah with Rage Against the Machine in 1997. My buddy I went with was friends with Miss UT from the Miss America Pageant and we sat with her which was cool but the show started super late and we didn't know why until we turned on the TV in the morning and found out there was a very credible bomb threat that delayed U2's entrance. That wasn't the top story on the national news but it was locally and it did make the national news. What are the chances I die at a U2 concert someday? I'd say it would probably be worth it...

  • Great atmosphere and clean facilities. Home of the Vancouver Whitecaps soccer team. They play in the MLS and fun to watch. Usually the stadium is packed for their games.

  • Went to watch Rugby here last week and had a lot of fun. The venue itself is quite clean as far as stadiums go, but the food leaves something to be desired.

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