Regina Rocks Mosaic Stadium “know before the show”

It’s almost time to rock Regina’s iconic Mosaic Stadium. Before the big day, the City of Regina and the Regina Exhibition Association Limited (REAL – operator of Evraz Place) have some reminders for guests coming to enjoy the entertainment as the stadium goes through another test.

“Saturday is an important day as we undergo a second major test for the stadium,” said Mayor Michael Fougere. “For the first time, we’ll be testing a concert loading in an out, seating on the field level and upper concourse areas, the food and beverage plan and overall operations. It’s a significant milestone for the stadium project as we get closer to the July 1 grand opening.”

As for what fans can expect that day, REAL CEO and President Mark Allan said the event will include entertainment from start to finish with three JUNO Award-winning artists.

“In addition to an evening of great entertainment, we encourage people to come early when the gates open at 4 p.m. so they can enjoy the atmosphere and some of the food creations offered at the concessions,” said Allan. “There’s something on the menu for everyone, from traditional stadium favourites to more inventive options.”

Guests will be able to try out unique menu items offered by Rock Creek Tap & Grill, Beer Brothers Gastropub & Deli, Coney Island Poutine Café, Western Pizza, Wok Box and Sweet Ambrosia Bakeshoppe. The full lineup of food and beverages won’t be available at Saturday’s event because some of the service areas are still being completed. Guests will see an expanded selection at future events.


Those attending the show should be aware of some important details before they go:

  • Parking at Evraz Place will be by permit only to test the on-site parking plan for upcoming Rider games. There will be no public parking at Evraz Place on May 27.
  • Guests are encouraged to use public transit or taxis, park offsite and walk or use other active modes of transportation, such as biking. A free bike valet service will be available for secure storage of non-motorized bikes.
  • Accessible parking just west of Confederation Park will be available from the Lewvan Drive gate only on a first-come, first-served basis. Additional accessible parking will be located south of the Sportplex (i.e. Fieldhouse and Lawson Aquatic Centre).
  • Regina Transit will run shuttles from malls (Southland, Northgate, Victoria Square, Normanview Crossing) and two downtown locations (Delta Hotel and Victoria Park).
  • Gates open at 4 p.m., with Our Lady Peace taking the stage at 6 p.m. Johnny Reid goes on at 7:30 p.m. and Bryan Adams at 9 p.m. There will be entertainment throughout the night before and in between the main stage acts.
  • To ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for everyone, there will be a no re-entry policy in effect for the duration of the event.
  • Concessions open at 4 p.m. and will be located throughout the stadium. Each food concession will sell beer and non-alcoholic beverages. Separate bar-only concession areas will also be available with beer and liquor.
  • The beer distribution system will be tested with a limited number of kegs available. Some concessions will serve beer in cans only.
  • Cash preferred! There will be limited debit and credit card payments as we test out the point-of-sale system. ATMs will be available throughout the stadium.
  • Security personnel will be overseeing a safe, comfortable and enjoyable entertainment experience for everyone. Guests should expect a search of their person and their personal belongings upon entry. Anyone refusing a search may be denied entry. Learn more.
  • Certain items like alcohol, outside food, illegal substances, obstructive items (e.g. umbrellas, selfie sticks) and objects deemed unsafe by Security personnel are prohibited. See the full list of prohibited items.