Vancouver Arenas & Stadiums
The largest building within the Hastings Park complex, the Pacific Coliseum provides a magnificent setting for events as diverse as ice shows, boxing, basketball, hockey, concerts, circuses, large assemblies, and trade & consumer shows.
Located next to Queen Elizabeth Park, this stadium has been the home of Vancouver's various professional baseball teams since 1951. Since 1978, the Nat has been home to the Vancouver Canadians Baseball Club.
Home of the Vancouver Canucks of the N.H.L., Rogers Arena is also used as a concert venue. Tours of the facility are available.
The world's largest air supported covered stadium. The BC Place roof is only a few milimetres thick but made of ultra strong teflon and fibre glass. BC Place hosts professional sports teams including the BC Lions CFL team. It also is an excellent venue for rock concerts, more intimate recitals, banquets and trade and consumer shows. Tours are available in summer.
Built on the site of the old Empire Stadium, previous home to the BC Lions CFL (Canadian Football League) team from 1954 to 1982, the Empire Fields complex has been erected as a temporary home for the BC Lions during their 2010 season while BC Place undergoes renovations. The stadium has 27,500 seats and a dozen private suites.