Come to this multipurpose stadium to watch baseball matches and football games, listen to concerts of famous bands, see family shows or simply tour this central entertainment complex.
The Rogers Centre is a multipurpose stadium located in the heart of Toronto’s Entertainment District. Visit the stadium to watch baseball and football teams in action, to go behind-the-scenes on a stadium tour and to enjoy concerts and family shows. Opened in 1989 as the SkyDome, it became the Rogers Centre in 2005.
Join up to 45,000 fans as they cheer on some of Toronto’s largest sports teams. The Toronto Blue Jays are a baseball team that competes in the American Major League Baseball. The Toronto Argonauts are a football team that plays in the Canadian Football League. Rogers Centre boasts the world’s first retractable stadium roof, so during cold or rainy weather you’ll be kept snug and dry, and on a warm day you can enjoy the sunshine.
Live music lovers can expect to see big-name concerts at the stadium, which can accommodate up to 55,000 spectators. The stadium also hosts family-friendly events, such as Disney on Ice and Monster Truck shows.
You can purchase tickets for events at the stadium’s box office or visit the stadium’s official website for further information.
If you get hungry while visiting the stadium, take advantage of a range of food options. You’ll find everything from a market selling food inspired by Toronto’s multicultural community to simple hot dogs and Buffalo wings. There are also two restaurants offering premium seating with unrivaled views of the arena.
Don’t miss the chance to get a behind-the-scenes guided stadium tour. Learn how the stadium changes its arena with each event, visit the press box and check out the views from all seating levels. The tour includes a stop at the stadium museum, which displays memorabilia from past events. Find the tour schedule and prices on the stadium’s official website.
Located in the Entertainment District of downtown Toronto, the Rogers Centre is best reached by public transport or on foot. There’s also direct access to the stadium via the PATH Underground Shopping Mall. If you are driving, park in the stadium’s underground garage.