Rogers Centre, Toronto
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Great for a Blue Jays game, not so much for concerts because its way too big. A little known fact that You can bring your own food and sealed drink into the park, helps with cost for a family.
Une partie captivante. Très bonne vue au 5ème. Un incontournable pour amateurs de sports. Facile d'accès malgré une foule de 45 000 personnes.A captivating part. Very good view on the 5th floor. A must for sports fans. Easy access despite a crowd of 45,000 people.show original
Great hospitality, amazing atmosphere. A must do for sports fans. Even if you are not a blue jays fan it is worth seeing a game here for the sheer atmosphere!
Great way to spend a few hours watching the Jays. There are so many ways to enjoy the game... 100 level gets you close to the action. 200 TD clubhouse is super comfy right behind home plate. 400 box seats are roomy with great service. 500 nosebleeds have the best view and atmosphere IMHO. Have lunch or dinner at Arriba and watch the game for more comfort, but you don't get the feel of the stadium.
Locals often still refer to this sports stadium and event center by its original name the "SkyDome" is currently home to the Toronto Blue Jays a major League baseball team. It also often hosts concerts and other events such as motocross. The entire building is covered by a motorized roof which can be opened to allow excellent views of surrounding buildings during open air baseball games and still keep everyone relatively warm on cold Canadian winter nights. The Rogers center also includes a hotel whose rooms face the field allowing for an extremely unique way to enjoy your favourite concert or ball game
Beautiful stadium, started to rain tonight and the roof closed right before our eyes. Great atmosphere and unbelievable fans. The food & drinks are overpriced ...but what sporting event stadiums are reasonably priced?
Not the best ballpark in the major leagues but it is still good for what it is. The atmosphere is always great, the views from almost any seat are very good, and the food offerings for a sports stadium are pretty good too.
I have mixed feelings about this place, I love the Jays and seeing love seeing games live but I hate being gouged by Rogers for substandard food and ridiculously priced beer, at least it's not that crappy warm draft any more. I got a bottle of water for my 5 year old daughter on a day where the temp was 39C and they wouldn't leave the cap on the bottle, ridiculous and senseless
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