Rogers Arena (formerly known as General Motors Place) has welcomed more than 21.6 million visitors through its doors since opening in September 1995. The jerseys of Stan Smyl (No. 12), Trevor Linden (No. 16) and Markus Naslund (No. 19) have been retired by the team. Rogers Arena hosted the world when it became Canada Hockey Place during the 2010 Winter Olympic Games. It became the first arena in Canada to host the home country winning gold medals in hockey, when both the Canadian men's and women's teams captured gold medals. The arena also hosted the 1998 NHL All-Star Game. The arena has seen numerous concerts, as well as President Bill Clinton, Queen Elizabeth II and the Dalai Lama.
Lower Suite, Club Suite and Upper Suite locations are not shown in the map. Availability is only indicated in the Legend.
Celebrity seating includes Lower Level, Row 1 only.
Starsclub Luxury Sections 101-103 and 122-124 include Rows B-F.
South Plaza Sections 101-103 and 122-124 include Rows Z-Y.
Starsclub Luxury Sections 111-114 include Rows B-H.
North Plaza Sections 111-114 include Rows J-Y.
Platinum Sections 205-213 and 214-222 include Rows A-H.
Platinum Sections 201-204 and 223-225 include Rows A-D.
Premium Terrace Sections 308-312 and 324-328 include Rows A-E.
Priority Terrace Sections 308-312 and 324-328 include Rows G-N.
Priority Terrace Sections 306 and 315-316 and 330 include Rows A-E.
Priority Terrace Sections 317-321 include Rows A-D.
Priority Terrace Sections 301-304, 313-323 and 333-334 include Rows AA-EE.
East Terrace seating includes Rows O-T.
Tickets not specified by the seller as Celebrity, Stars Club Luxury, Premium Terrace, Priority Terrace or Terrace will be mapped to a less premium section.
Most events (some family shows may be excluded) children 2 yrs and over are required to have a ticket.
No cameras or video recording devices are allowed in the venue, outside food and beverages are prohibited as are bottles and cans. No weapons or firearms may be brought inside. No illegal substances are allowed. Lazer pointers, beach balls, Frisbees and similar items are not permitted. There is a no smoking rule inside the arena, but there are designated smoking areas located outside.
800 Griffiths Way
Vancouver, British Columbia V6B 6G1
From the Fraser Valley: Follow Highway 1 west. Take the First Avenue exit and follow until Quebec Street. Turn right on Quebec Street and follow it until the road forks. Take the left fork onto Expo Boulevard.
From Horseshoe Bay/West Vancouver: Follow Highway 99 south. Take the Taylor Way exit and follow south. Turn left on Marine Drive. Take exit for the Lions Gate Bridge and travel through Stanley Park and follow Georgia Street through downtown to the arena.
From Tsawwassen: Follow Highway 17 north until you intersect Highway 99. Follow Highway 99 north and cross over the Oak Street Bridge. Follow Oak Street north to 49th Avenue. Turn right on 49th Avenue and left on Cambie Street. Follow Cambie Street over the Cambie Street Bridge and take the first exit onto Pacific Boulevard.
From Peace Portal Border Crossing: Follow Highway 99 north. Cross over the Oak Street Bridge and follow Oak Street north to 49th Avenue. Turn right on 49th Avenue and turn left onto Cambie Street. Follow Cambie Street over the Cambie Street Bridge and take the first exit onto Pacific Boulevard.
Rogers Arena is within a 15-minute walk of more than 3,650 parking spots. The Rogers Arena parkade is accessible off of Griffiths Way on the west side of the building. There is no game day parking available for sale as all parking is reserved. Parking at Rogers Arena is accessible based on availability for other events.
There is direct access to and from the Stadium/Chinatown SkyTrain along elevated pedestrian walkways. For more information please contact the Coast Mountain Bus Company at (604) 953-3333 or visit the Translink Web site.