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Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton

Categories: Tourist Spots, Arenas & Stadiums
Inspirock Rating:
3.7/5 based on 95 reviews on the web
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  • we have seen a few concerts here and its one of my favorites for live shows. the only really negative thing i can say is that parking is beyond horrible. we had to park about 9 city blocks away, witho...  read more »
  • Saw a lot of great esks games here- parking is ok- you can park a few miles and walk or take the LRT. the stadium is clean, large and easy to get around in- much better than Mcmahon stadium! 
  • Plan ahead folks. As this was my first time in Edmonton, I had no idea where to park for the Eskimos game. I assumed there was parking close, but most streets near the stadium were blocked for only lo...  read more »
  • Another Edmonton attraction that has had numerous upgrades. Most notable are the seats, which have been pixelated to the Green and Gold. Drinks are expensive, and parking is as well, IF you can find it. Best bet it to google "park and ride locations Edmonton" and find the nearest bus pickup / train location. Important note for travelers: your game day ticket is valid on ALL trains/buses for -2 & +2 hours from game time. Park and ride is free, and you get dropped off out front, on the East side.
  • We love the stadium. First time here. But you need bathrooms higher up. Row 80 is a great view but of you have to tinkle or food doesn't sit right ... you are screwed.
  • Easy to find. Parking was very hard to find but made do.. was there for the fire aid concert good show and yes need a bathroom for the high high up seats.
  • Great place to watch a game, it's a little dated. Note, cash only for concessions so be prepared. Taking the light rail to get there is awesome.
  • They have gluten free friendly options. I didn't try them as I ate prior to attending the Fire Aid concert. Generally Celiacs are neglected at places like these.
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