Mts Centre, WinnipegCurrently Closed
- Address: 300 Portage Ave, Winnipeg, MB R3C 5S4, Canada
- Timings: 11:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-2049877825
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Sport, Arena, Stadium, Entertainment, Performance, Family And Kids
About Mts Centre, Winnipeg
Considered as one of the modern jewels of the downtown area of Winnipeg, MTS center is famous for hosting variety of premier sports, entertainment and musical events. History says there were a small bunch of people who wished to bring Winnipeg to the forefront in the fields like sports, music and entertainment. Hence, their concept let to the birth of MTS center.
At present, the center has hosted famous sports event like the American Hockey League’s Manitoba Moose from 2004 to 2011.
Mts Centre Information
- Box office is also open 2 hours prior to all events and remains open until 1 hour after event start time.
- Customers must present the actual credit card used to place the order and photo ID at the box office
- Food and beverage is optional
- The timings vary according to the events
Mts Centre Opening and Closing Hours
Main Floor Box office hours:
- Monday to Friday: 10am -5pm
- Saturday: 10am – 2pm
How To reach Mts Centre by Public Transport
- By car
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Things to Know Before Visiting Mts Centre
67.48% of people who visit Winnipeg include Mts Centre in their plan
08 AM - 09 AM
67.97% of people start their Mts Centre visit around 08 AM - 09 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Mts Centre
90.82% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Mts Centre
Mts Centre, Winnipeg Reviews
Always enjoy watching a Jets game here or seeing a major band play. For hockey games it is a great fan experience with lots of concessions to choose from. I took a star off because I think $10/beer is ridiculous and the fact they just introduced the “no re-entry rule” this year for “fan experience” is garbage. It’s a cash grab. Let’s call it what it is. Anyways, for concerts this is probably one of the best venues around. Musically it is amazing and they seem to be able to get all the major bands to stop here. I’ve seen lots of bands play here and I’m always thrilled to go.
If you are looking for a social outing, concerts, hockey games etc. You gotta know they lock you inside for the event. No stepping out to the bars across the street, or outside for *a breath of fresh air. Takes the fun out of the evening. Kinda like going to a job and working in a windowless airless room. Food is your typical arena food that is found in most arenas.
Fantastic arena. Cozy size means you've got great seats pretty much anywhere. I'd stay higher up in the 300s rather than get a view cut through the glass. Seating is tight especially in the winter so leave jacket if you can. 355ml cans of Budweiser are $9. Ask for larger plastic cups and draft as it's a better deal. Get that 50-50!
This is a great place to catch a game. The Winnipeg jets are great this year and I love this arena. Plenty of places for food and drinks as well and clean washrooms. There are lots of stalls and if you can go at the correct time the lines are not too bad. If you decide to use them 10 minutes Into an Intermission they tend to get a bit busy. I have also been to many concerts here and the sound is great. For hockey there isn't a bad seat In the building. Even the 300 section gives you a great view of the whole ice. The prices are a bit high but I expect $10 beers at a sporting event. Parking is the only issue and expect to pay $15 in nearby lots for event parking.
Beautiful, well maintained establishment. I think the food and drinks are expensive to keep the lines shorter (good marketing). All of the best live acts come here too. Not a disappointment at All!