Rogers Place opens in downtown Edmonton

The highly anticipated Rogers Place, the new home of the Edmonton Oilers, is now open for business. The arena, which anchors the heart of downtown Edmonton’s new Ice District, will host its first event on September 16th with a concert performance by Keith Urban.

The venue’s signature features abound from floor to ceiling and include many new premium experiences for Edmontonians.

Starting in the upper concourse is the Sky Lounge, a two-level club connected to 52 seats that features a common bar area and in-seat service. After games, this space transitions into a nightclub. Below the Sky Lounge on the east end of Rogers Place is the Sportsnet Club, also a two-level space, which features multiple televisions and a sports bar vibe.

Premium inventory at Rogers Place is inclusive of low-, mid-, and high-level products. On the high end, the Scotiabank Suites Level offers traditional 12- and 13-seat units and four- and six-seat theatre boxes attached to a private dining lounge.

Mid-level inventory is highlighted by the PCL Loge seats, which include front-row ledge seats, as well as two tiers of table seating for four guests. Traditional club seats are also available for Oilers fans looking for a premium experience.

For more information on Rogers Place, see our cover story in the 2016 Winter Issue of SEAT Magazine.

Click Here to view an infographic of the new Rogers Place.

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