, Shakey Graves
Contact DetailsDorothy Chausse
Venue Cap: 19,000
In addition to being home to the Vancouver Canucks Rogers Arena is one of the most active entertainment venues in North America. Since it opened in September 1995, Rogers Arena has attracted the biggest names in show business to its stage and has welcomed more than 10 million visitors through its doors. In all, Rogers Arena hosts approximately 170 events each year, ranking it among the busiest facilities in North America.
Serving as the primary venue for ice hockey in 2010 at the XXI Winter Olympic Games, Rogers Arena once again was front and center as the eyes of the world focused on watching Canada win Olympic Hockey Gold for the first time ever on home ice.
Rogers Arena's massive new state-of-the-art 160,000 watt L-Acoustics Line Array speaker system and Optocore fiber optic audio distribution systems are the largest of their type in North America.
Rogers Arena has received considerable acclaim for its comfortable seating and superior sightlines. In addition to a premium "River Rock Club" seating section, the building offers added privacy and comfort with its suite services. 88 executive suites are available on an annual lease, with each suite having the capacity for 14 guests per game or event. Additionally, hospitality suites may be rented to host large or small groups on a per-event basis.
GETTING TO ROGERS ARENA
Situated between the Georgia and Dunsmuir Street Viaducts, ROGERS ARENA is bounded by Griffiths Way on the west, Expo Boulevard on the north, Pacific Boulevard on the south, and Abbott Street on the east.
The building is easily accessible by public transit and the Stadium Skytrain station. Parking is also within a 15 minute walk of more than 14,000 parking spots. This includes our own underground parking Lot 987, entered off Griffiths Way on the West Side of the building.
The general public enters through Gate 2 (located off the Dunsmuir St. Viaduct), Gate 3 (up the stairs from Expo Blvd.), Gate 7 (up the stairs from Pacific Blvd.) and Gate 8 (off the Georgia St. Viaduct).
Gate 6 is the Team Store entrance and is located at the corner of Abbott St. and Pacific Blvd.
Gate 16 (on Abbott St.) is the entrance for disabled persons as well as a pick up and drop off area.
Club seat holders and executive suiteholders enter at Gate 10 on Pacific Blvd. or Gate 3 off the Dunsmuir St. viaduct.
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Listing last confirmed: Jul. 9, 2010