(EDMONTON, AB) – Oilers Entertainment Group (OEG) unveiled the new Rogers Place Presentation Centre today located on the second floor of Ice HQ in downtown Edmonton (10420 103 Ave). The Presentation Centre will provide visitors with an opportunity to experience what Rogers Place will look like utilizing full-scale, replica build-outs of different seating options in the new arena, including a fully-finished Executive Suite, Theatre Box, Loge Table, Loge Ledge and Upper and Lower Bowl seating.
Each experience is complimented with the latest in virtual technology that allows fans to view the ice surface from every vantage point in the building.
“We are excited to provide our fans the opportunity to begin their Rogers Place experience right now,” stated OEG Chief Commercial Officer Stew MacDonald. “The finishings in the Presentation Centre speak to the quality of amenities our fans can expect when we open Rogers Place in 2016.”
In addition to the replica experience rooms, those visiting the Rogers Place Presentation Centre will have the chance to take a commemorative photo in the Rogers photo experience booth, virtually placing them right inside the action that’s to come at Rogers Place.
The Rogers Place Presentation Centre will open to the public on Saturday, July 25. The following hours will apply:
Saturday: 9:00AM – 4:00PM
Sunday: 10:00AM – 5:00PM
Monday through Thursday: Schedule your visit at IceDistrict.com
Visitors to Ice HQ will also have the opportunity to tour the first floor Ice District presentation space, where they can learn more about Canada’s most exciting new sports and entertainment development. Ice District will deliver a new era of entertainment in the form of epic concerts, heart-stopping NHL and WHL hockey, blockbuster movies, world-class gaming, boutique shopping, trendy dining and more. A vibrant public plaza with year-round programming will host events from festivals to public skating. All of this, just steps from sophisticated residences and premium office space.
For new Ice District and Rogers Place renderings, visit RogersPlace.com.