PERCIVAL MOLSON MEMORIAL STADIUM
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Percival Molson Memorial Stadium TicketsThe Percival Molson Memorial Stadium was initially built back in 1915 as the McGill Graduates Stadium. It was renamed in 1917 after the death of famous athlete and soldier, Percival Molson. Over the years, the stadium has hosted many events; in fact, it's even seen some Olympic-level sports. Unfortunately, the stadium fell into disrepair over time, but thanks to a chance situation in 1997 when the popular Irish rock band U2 needed a place to play in Montreal, the stadium was restored and eventually became the home of the Montreal Alouettes. Several acts have played at the stadium like The Police, and fans enjoy seeing a game between the Alouettes and their CFL rivals like the BC Lions or the Ottawa Redblacks. Get tickets for Percival Molson Memorial Stadium events at StubHub.
What is the Percival Molson Memorial Stadium seating capacity?Percival Molson Memoriral Stadium's seating capacity has grown over the years. When it was first opened, the stadium had just over 20,000 seats, but thanks to renovations in the late 90s, the seating capacity was expanded to 23,420.
Does the venue play host to collegiate sports as well as the CFL?In addition to being the home of the Alouettes, the stadium is also where the McGill Redmen and McGill Martlets play.
Is the Percival Molson Memorial Stadium accessible by public transportation?Montreal bus routes operated by the SociŽtŽ de transport de MontrŽal (STM) bus lines service the stadium. Also, the STM's verte and Orange metro lines come fairly close to the stadium at 475 Pine Avenue West, Montreal, H2W 1S4. Additionally, the STM offers a free shuttle to Percival Molson Memorial Stadium events. Just make sure to be at the station between 45 minutes and an hour before weeknight games.
Are there other entertainment options nearby?If you're in Montreal and want to seek out some nearby entertainment, one of the most popular options is the nearby Mount Royal Park. The park is free, and it has some of the best vistas available in the city. It's a trail-laden park with many different gradations, so expect to get your day's worth of exercise. If this isn't your speed, Montreal Olympic Park is also nearby. This park is a little flatter than Mount Royal Park and is a good place if you want to enjoy some skateboarding or want to dine at a local food truck.
Can you tell me about the food and drink offerings?The concession experience at Percival Molson Memorial Stadium events is a fairly standard one; they have hot dogs, smoked meats, popcorn and various soft drinks. If you book ahead, you can gain access to an all-you-can-eat area in section P1, which provides unlimited hot dogs, smoked meat and a non-alcoholic beverage.
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