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 Get To Mts Centre by Public Transport
- By car
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Address: 300 Portage Ave, Winnipeg, MB R3C 5S4, Canada
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 11:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
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A great cozy arena. No bad seats and all seats feel close to the ice. They are continually investing millions into the building to keep it relevant and a premier destination to watch sports or shows. I can't wait to see the new atrium and concourse renovations which should be finished soon.
Staff is great and always helpful, and they put up with the drunks, usually with a smile ..it has lost a star tho cuz you no longer can leave the premises to smoke or go next door for a drink etc. I'm an ex smoker...but I still think it's a dumb policy. It seems to based on " other provinces have been doing it for a long time". And it will save on heat and AC. SO? Last I checked, we were Manitoba and the most charitable province, and also one of the biggest partying provinces. And at the cost of tickets I think that's a BS excuse. IMO. Peace out.
Great facility. Lots of washrooms and concession stands. I always have a good time watching the Winnipeg jets. Beer and food is expensive.
All the beer taps were empty, and no signs to tell you. So I had to wait in line for ~15 minutes and all they had were cans. The cans were the same price as a draft...so, overpriced. They then had to pour them so you can see how much less you're getting. Friend wanted water and they wouldn't give her the bottle, so she had to chug some in order to fit the rest of the bottle into her canteen. What if she didn't bring her own bottle? You just can't order water? Ice cap machines were also down. Terrible service.
The renovations are fabulous. The lines to the food are non existant...fast and get to the game! Love it
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