Home to the Toronto Blue Jays since the 1989 season, as well as the Toronto Argonauts Football Team, this CAD 500-million-plus architectural marvel is the first stadium to have a fully retractable roof. Rogers Centre facility's versatility allows it to accommodate a variety of events suited for an arena, a domed stadium and an open-air facility. Seating more than 50,000 for baseball, the stadium boasts the world's largest JumboTron scoreboard, a 346-room Renaissance Toronto hotel with some suites facing the field, and a Hard Rock Café with field-view seating. Come late Autumn, Rogers hosts the wildly successful annual Canadian Aboriginal Festival.
Located on Princes Boulevard at the Exhibition Place, is Toronto's Major soccer-specific stadium, the BMO field. Home to the Canadian National Soccer Team and the Toronto FC, the 20,000 seat stadium was open to public in early 2007. With state-of-the-art facilities, the stadium offers great views for all spectators. Apart from hosting soccer games for both teams, this modern stadium also plays host to concerts, corporate functions and other private gatherings.
The Mississauga Celebration Square is situated next to the Mississauga City Hall. This venue is the perfect spot to enjoy some sunshine in the afternoons or catch a free film screening, concert or festival in the evenings. You can sign up for fitness classes, enjoy culinary events, farmer's markets and more. The square's permanent stage has hosted several local musicians and dancers of all genres, from hip hop to Bollywood. The Canada Day and New Year's festivities are celebrated with plenty of events and live shows. The square doubles up as an outdoor ski rink in the winter months. This is a must-visit while in the city; it is a true cultural hub.
Perfectly situated in downtown Toronto, Metro Toronto Convention Centre is Canada's largest convention center and is able to host up to 40,000 people.The complex consists of a North and South Building plus the John Bassett Theatre.
Open for more than a century, this exhibition ground is best known for its flagship event, the Canadian National Exhibition. But the grounds, covering 78 hectares along the Lakeshore, hold more than 100 shows annually, including the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair, the Molson Indy in July, various Sportsmen's Shows, and the Automotive Building. In addition, you'll find historic memorabilia including a monument honoring the French fur trade post from the 1750s, a small log home from the 1790s, and the Marine Museum of Upper Canada.