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Rogers Centre

Blue Jays Way
Toronto, ON  M3H 6A7

(416) 341-1000

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January 24, 2010

Rogers Centre Tour Experience is a one hour, fully-guided behind-the-scenes tour. Highlights of the tour include a visit to the Blue Jays Hall of Fame, a Press Box and a Luxury Suite among other stops.

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Virginia Toronto May 24, 2011
Go jays!

I love the jays games at the Rogers Centre. When the dome is open it's the best baseball game experience I've ever had!
As with any stadium, be prepared to spend $22.00 for 2 beers--I tend to go to the Loose Moose before games (on Front St) because they are super close to the stadium and drink prices are very reasonable--Texas Lonestar is also right across the street (also on Front Street) which has a patio. I've heard the Rogers Centre is awesome for concerts IF THE DOME IS OPEN, I've only been to a concert with the dome closed and I think the ACC is a much better venue.

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hollynik Toronto/Mississauga November 08, 2010
Good for Baseball, Not for Concerts

This place is great to go enjoy an open-air baseball game in the summer (if you can swallow the $10 a beer price!). For concerts though the acoustics are terrible! Unless this is the only place your fave band is playing I wouldn't waste the money.

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Draven992 Mississauga October 17, 2010
Mixed Feelings

I was born and raised in Ontario so unless you're fresh off a boat it's not the Rogers Centre it's the Skydome!!!

I don't like the idea of big corporations buying out places and forcing it to be one big billboard advertisement.

I come from the sub urbs where if I wanted to go to a stadium it won't be as big as the Rogers Centre but its a good size and parking is free.

Bad enuff I'm paying up the ying yang to watch a leafs game I gotta throw 20-30 bucks for a parking spot.

Then the food in the place is way over priced. 7 dollars for a hot dog? 10 if you want a drink with that. if that drink you want is a beer... 10 alone for a beer.

However the good side, the games there are fun, I love it when its a beautiful day and the roof opens up and the staff that work there are always friendly

Editorial Reviews from the web
June 17, 2012

The biggest venue in the city, it is not used regularly for music but occasionally draws superstar like U2 and AC/DC. This venue is about as intimate as a parking lot. If you're seated in the 400 or 500 levels, you'll be watching the show on the JumboTron unless you bring your binoculars. Steer clear of the seats next to the JumboTron, or you won't see anything at all.

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June 12, 2012

Open since 1989, the Rogers Centre (formerly known as the SkyDome) is the home of both the Toronto Blue Jays baseball team and the Canadian Football League's Argonauts. Famous for its fully retractable roof, spanning more than 11 acres (with the roof closed, a 31-story building would fit inside the stadium), the gigantic arena has a maximum seating capacity of 65,673 and a 110-foot-wide video... more

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4 star rating
December 14, 2011

This is home to the Toronto Blue Jays baseball team and the Toronto Argonauts football team. In 1989, the opening of this stadium, then known as SkyDome, was a gala event. The stadium represents an engineering feat, featuring the world's first fully retractable roof and a gigantic video scoreboard. It is so large that a 31-story building would fit inside the complex when the roof is closed.

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4 star rating
May 12, 2019

Always a fun time at the Blue Jays game. We had excellent tickets (my cousins are season ticket holders) so were close to the action. Our gate (gate 11) was under construction and so were some of the neighbouring gates so took us a couple tries before finding a viable entrance. Once inside, we made our first stop to get beer. My boyfriend and I bought 4 tall boy cans of Budweiser which came to... more

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4 star rating
April 28, 2019

Rogers Centre (formerly the SkyDome) is smack dab in the middle of downtown Toronto. It's an easy walk from Union Station especially with the connected covered walkway. It's huge even from ballpark standards but fairly easy to navigate. It is older and shows some sign of wear but it's well maintained. Everyone working here was friendly and they were giving away Lourdes Gurriel Jr bobblehead to... more

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4 star rating
April 15, 2019

I read an insulting article that stated the Rogers Centre was one of the worst places to catch an MLB game. This could not be farther from the truth. Yes the concession situation is atrocious as the prices are skyhigh and the options meager, but aside from that everything is grade A. They checked our stroller, got us through security quick, had a wonderful experience in the gift shop, and felt... more

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November 05, 2013

Since 1999 the Air Canada Centre has been home to two of this city’s professional sports franchises — the Toronto Raptors and the Toronto Maple Leafs. The state-of-the-art facility features a BOSE sound system, four Sony Jumbotrons and more than 640 televisions throughout the building making it the perfect sports or concert venue. Since its first concert, a sold out show by Canada’s own... more

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March 29, 2013

The Air Canada Centre is a state-of-the-art sports and entertainment facility. The center hosts NHL Hockey and NBA Basketball, rock concerts, conventions, figure skating and a lot more. Located in the downtown area of Toronto, the center features four Jumbotrons and more than 600 TVs. This place buzzes with excitement on concert or festival nights, as the whole of the city converges right here!

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September 25, 2011

Home to the Toronto Blue Jays since the 1989 season, as well as the Toronto Argonauts Football Team, this CAD 500-million-plus architectural marvel is the first stadium to have a fully retractable roof. Rogers Centre facility's versatility allows it to accommodate a variety of events suited for an arena, a domed stadium and an open-air facility. Seating more than 50,000 for baseball, the... more

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