Mosaic Stadium at Taylor Field, Regina

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Taylor Field is an open-air sports stadium located in Regina, Saskatchewan, which was used primarily to play Canadian football. It was the full-time home of the Canadian Football League's Saskatchewan Roughriders from its initial establishment as complete stadium in 1936 until 2016, although the team was playing some of its games at the site as early as 1921. Originally designed to house baseball as well as football, the stadium was converted to a football-only facility in 1966.Mosaic Stadium at Taylor Field was also the home field for the University of Regina Rams, who play in U Sports' Canada West conference, the Regina Thunder, who play in the Canadian Junior Football League; and the Regina Riot of the Western Women's Canadian Football League. The field was also used to play high school football. It is owned and managed by the city of Regina. The field is artificial turf and, as of 2012, a seating capacity of 32,848.The stadium closed after the 2016 season, as the new Mosaic Stadium was completed in 2016, and will become the Roughriders' home field beginning in 2017. The old stadium is currently slated to be demolished with the site being converted into a mixed use development.
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  • Better than the new one, our children will be paying for it a long time, as well as seniors , it was shoved down our throat.  more »
  • Wow what beautiful stage! Lots of space and very comfortable! I particularly liked the inside food vendors were of local restaurants.
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  • Excellent concert and football stadium. You can see field from any seat. Lines to get into stadium are not to bad as security needs to check bags, backpack to ensure your safety at these events. Great...  more »
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  • For a new stadium there are definitely a few things that are worth mentioning which keep it from being a five star experience. First accessible free water. With only three official water fountains available (for 30000 people), literally, dehydration can become a concern on a hot day if you don't have any money on you at the stadium. Second if you are going for a day game in the summer/fall avoid the top decks on the east side. You will cook the entire time and it's the only part of the stadium this is true for. Overall the experience is good but, like all things in life, it could be better. Minor other qualm though it was certainly a space/cost decision (and thus understandable): gone are ramps to get up to the higher levels. Instead there are stairs and overcrowded elevators. It's not really a complaint from me but something you should be aware of.
  • Very nice place. I think it was a mistake to leave this an open air venue, but that would have made it substantially more expensive so I guess the trade off had to happen. I've been to a couple games here, the AGT lounge is great. I was also at Gun n Roses, the sound system for concerts is utterly atrocious, there was so much distortion up in the stands that there was almost no point in being there. They fix the sound system and I'd be willing to up my rating, but until then my opinion stands.
  • Beautiful new home of the Saskatchewan Roughriders. Plus concert facility. Plenty of room for parking. Be sure to visit the team store as well. It’s spacious, pretty and the nicest stadium in western Canada.
  • Nice stadium. Best case scenario would've been a roof. But it's a decent venue.
  • Nice stadium. All seats seem to have a great view. Huge oversights in the design. Can't get through the corridor if people are lined up for food/bar/ATM.
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