- 1 Blue Jays Way
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DIRECTIONS TO THE ROGERS CENTRE
Directions below, or you can download directions here.
- From Union Station - Follow the SkyWalk west or walk west on the south side of Front Street
- From St. Andrews Station - Walk west on King Street to John Street and follow John Street south
- From the King Street route - Get off at Peter Street or John Street and walk south
- From the Spadina Avenue route - Get off at Bremner Boulevard and walk east
- From the LRT (Light Rail Transit) line - Get off at Rees Street and walk north
By Go Train / Go Bus:
- From Union Station - Walk west on the south side of Front Street
It’s easy to drive to Rogers Centre, but parking at or near the facility can be limited at times.
From the east of Toronto:
- Take Highway 401 (MacDonald Cartier Freeway) to the Don Valley Parkway
- Go south on the D.V.P. to the Gardiner Expressway
- Go west on the Gardiner to the Spadina Avenue exit
From the west of Toronto:
- Take Highway 401 (MacDonald Cartier Freeway) to Highway 427
- Go south on the 427 to the Gardiner Expressway
- Go east on the Gardiner to the Spadina Avenue exit
- Take the Queen Elizabeth Way to the Gardiner Expressway
- Continue traveling east on the Gardiner to the Spadina Avenue exit
From the north of Toronto:
- Take Highway 404 until it becomes the Don Valley Parkway
- Continue south on the D.V.P. to the Gardiner Expressway
- Go west on the Gardiner to the Spadina Avenue exit
PARKING NEAR THE ROGERS CENTRE
Rogers Centre has two available parking areas. There is parking located under the venue which allows use of the internal elevators to provide easy access into the building for events. The height restriction for the underground garage is 2.05 meters.
Download a map of local parking here (Adobe Acrobat Format).
Bus parking is also available. The Bus Lot is located on the south side of Rogers Centre across the street from the Rogers Store - Gate 8/9. It is physically located at 305 Bremner Blvd. Bus parking rates are $40.00 per day per bus from 12:00 a.m. to 11:59 p.m.
Alternate parking is available north of Rogers Centre along Front Street or south of Rogers Centre along Queen’s Quay. Our designated pick-up and drop-off location is Gate 7 which is on the south side of Rogers Centre on Bermner Blvd. Elevator service is available at this location.
For general information and parking rates, please call 416-341-3057.
There are 50 designated parking spaces available by reservation only. Wheel-Trans stops at Gate 7 for all events. To reserve disabled parking, call 416-341-3004. Reservations can be made Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
SUGGESTED SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS
Rogers Centre - @Rogers_Centre
Hashtag - #KXcountry
To take a look at the stage layout and to see where you'll be seeing the concert from, click here.
The Toronto Blue Jays, Rogers Centre and Aramark Sports and Entertainment are determined to promote responsible alcoholic beverage sales and use, as outlined by "T.E.A.M." - Techniques for Effective Alcohol Management. Our goal is to ensure a safe and fun environment where alcohol service and consumption is managed responsibly.
Guests may not bring or leave Rogers Centre with any alcohol. Alcoholic beverages can only be purchased from authorized vendors once inside the facility. Guests must produce valid photo identification upon request for proof of age. All guests that appear to be 30 years of age or younger will be asked to provide proof of age for each transaction. Guests may have no more than two alcoholic beverages in their possession at any time. In-seat hawkers are restricted to serving only one (1) alcoholic beverage per guest. Alcohol service in all concession stands, luxury suites and Club VIP will end at the end of the seventh inning for Toronto Blue Jays baseball games, end of the 3rd quarter for football games and 1 hour before the scheduled end of a concert OR at the discretion of stadium officials. The Toronto Blue Jays, Rogers Centre, and its concessionaire (Aramark Sports and Entertainment) reserve the right to discontinue alcohol service for guests.
Guests found with unauthorized alcohol can have their ticket confiscated and be removed from Rogers Centre without compensation. There are designated alcohol-free seating sections on each level of the building for Toronto Blue Jays and Toronto Argonauts games. Please contact the teams directly for more information on the locations of the alcohol-free seats. The following may result in ejection from Rogers Centre and/or possible prosecution:
- attempting to use fraudulent identification
- public intoxication
- purchasing alcohol for a minor
- a minor attempting to purchase or found to be in possession of alcohol
- anyone found in possession of alcohol after being given a warning not to consume or purchase any
Bottles & Containers
Plastic bottles holding 600 ml or less will be permitted in Rogers Centre. This does not include liquor or beer. Outside alcohol is strictly prohibited from entering Rogers Centre. Plastic bottles holding more than 600 ml, glass bottles and cans are prohibited and guests will not be given a claim ticket for the items.
Please note, for select Rogers Centre events, no outside container or plastic bottle regardless of size will be permitted inside the facility.
Cameras and Recording Devices
No audio or video recording devices. No laser pens. Professional cameras prohibited. Personal camers (3" lens or less) allowed. Posters permitted on all levels (size: 18" by 24" maximum).
Guests requiring assistance in reaching their seat may use one of the eight elevators conveniently located at Rogers Centre. Elevators can be found at Gates 3, 7, 9, and 13. These elevators are to be used by our guests who are physically challenged, elderly or who just prefer its convenience when traveling between levels.
The following items are prohibited at Rogers Centre:
Large bags and knapsacks exceeding 16in. x 16in. x 8in.; Hard-sided coolers; Alcoholic beverages; Flagpoles; Sticks (including signs attached to sticks); Offensive, political or other non-event related banners or signs; Laser pens; Pressurized air horns; Bullhorns (battery operated); Cans; Glass bottles; Plastic bottles larger than 600ml; Projectiles that can cause injury or disruption of a game or event; Beach balls or other inflatable objects; Brooms; Fireworks, firearms or other weapons; Frisbees; Knives; and Squirt guns.
For some concerts and specialty events, prohibited items may also include recording devices and professional cameras.
Alcohol, drugs and weapons will be seized.
** Rogers Centre has the authority to prohibit any other item/s deemed to be a security or health and safety risk.
Rogers Centre urges all guests to purchase tickets through authorized dealers and not to utilize "scalpers" or ticket brokers. If guests accidentally purchase a lost or stolen ticket, they risk being removed from the facility upon arrival of the legitimate ticket holder or detection of a forged ticket.
Shirts and Shoes
All guests must wear shirts and shoes while at Rogers Centre.
Rogers Centre now stands as a smoke-free environment, in compliance with the Province of Ontario's Smoke-Free Ontario Act. Smoking is not permitted at any level in the building. Security issues preclude us from allowing guests back into the building if they choose to exit. Those fans leaving the facility to smoke, will not be permitted re-entry to the stadium.