Known for our boisterous crowds and die-hard fanatics, Oilers fans are the best in the league. Well, we may be a bit biased, but once you’ve been to a game you’ll get what we mean. It’s easy to bond with your neighbour when a beauty like Maroon lets loose on a power play or Draisaitl buries one with seconds left in the third. Experiencing an Oilers game at Rogers Place is unlike any other arena you’ve been to before. And when hockey is your religion, having McJesus on your side doesn’t hurt.
Looking for a Rogers Place hockey experience with the future stars of the NHL? Cheer on our boys in blue and red and watch the Edmonton Oil Kings battle it out in Western Hockey League action.
For a full listing of upcoming Oilers games, click here.
Need something bubbly to help you celebrate after the Oilers' big win? Or maybe an appetizer before the concert you’ve been waiting for all year? You’ll find food, drinks and unbeatable nightlife just steps away from Rogers Place.
Quench your thirst on the 104th Street Promenade with a local craft beer at Mercer Tavern. Or satisfy your hunger with traditional flavours mixed with modern tastes at Rostizado and experience a seamless blend of Nuevo-Mexican cuisine, best enjoyed under the multicoloured glow of Edmonton’s Neon Sign Museum.
Move over a few blocks to Jasper Avenue and you can pre-game at local music haven The Needle Vinyl Tavern or indulge in some southern comfort food with an Alberta flare at the Rocky Mountain Ice House. And it doesn’t end there.
Rice Howard Way is your one stop shop for 120 beers on tap at Craft Beer Market and right around the corner you'll find the best Mexican food this side of the border at Tres Carnales. Wherever you end up after a game or concert, if it’s in Edmonton, you won’t find a better place to be.
Welcome to the Ice District, Edmonton’s newest hub for sports and entertainment. You're invited to conquer awe-inspiring acres that include local restaurants, nightlife, a state-of-the-art casino, and so much more. At the heart of it all is Rogers Place, an architectural and technological marvel which hosts the biggest names in music and is home to the Edmonton Oilers and Oil Kings hockey teams. Here you’ll see hockey hair and sweet guitar riffs like never before—in HD with the largest high-definition screen and scoreboard in any NHL arena.
What’s more, the Ice District is gearing up to be Canada’s largest mixed-use sports and entertainment district. Coming soon: Cineplex UltraAVX & VIP Cinemas, a massive public plaza, luxury hotel and so much more.
Your favourite bands and vocal powerhouses are coming to the Ice District, and you can see them in all their glory at Rogers Place. You won’t believe who we've got next on the docket:
Imagine Dragons: October 10
Arcade Fire: October 11
Kings of Leon: October 13
Roger Waters: October 24
Depeche Mode: October 27
PBR Global Cup: November 9-11
Halsey: November 15
Jay Z: December 9
Shania Twain: May 9-10