Rogers Arena Suites

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Suite Levels at Rogers Arena

Executive Level Suite

14 Tickets
20 Capacity
2 Parking

Executive Level Suites are on the lowest suite level at Rogers Arena. Wrapping around the entire arena, Executive Level suites are located just above the lower bowl.... MORE

Penthouse Level Executive Suite

12 Tickets
24 Capacity
4 Parking

Penthouse Level Executive Suites occupy the upper tier of suites at Rogers Arena. Penthouse Suites are larger in square footage and priced more affordably than the... MORE

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Rogers Arena Overview

General Information

  • Date Opened: September 21, 1995
  • Max Capacity: 19,000

Stadium Information

Rogers Arena is an indoor multipurpose venue in Vancouver, British Columbia. Rogers Arena is located on the north side of Fall Creek in downtown Vancouver, adjacent to BC Place. The arena was formerly known as General Motors Place from 1995 to 2010, before Rogers Communications took over the naming rights. Rogers Arena is home to the NHL’s Vancouver Canucks, and it used to host the NBA’s Vancouver Grizzlies before the franchise relocated to Memphis. Rogers Arena also hosted ice hockey events during the 2010 Winter Olympics. The arena is owned and operated by Canucks Sports & Entertainment, the same holding company that owns the Vancouver Canucks franchise. A new scoreboard was built as part of a 2007 renovation, which at the time was the largest scoreboard in the NHL. The area surrounding Rogers Arena is currently in the midst of adding three new high rise towers, building more commercial and residential spaces to surround the arena in downtown Vancouver.

Suite Information

There are two primary levels of Rogers Arena luxury suites: Executive Level Suites and Penthouse Level Executive Suites. Executive Level Suites bring you closer to the action, including 14 tickets with the option to purchase up to 6 more. Penthouse Level Executive Suites are perched at the top of the arena and are significantly larger, with the ability to host up to 24 guests for an event. Rogers Arena luxury boxes include all the typical first class amenities, including VIP parking passes, upscale furnishing, and a private, climate controlled environment. Regardless of the suite you choose, a Rogers Arena suite is the best way to enjoy a hockey game, concert, or other live entertainment event in Vancouver.

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