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Rogers Centre Tour Experience Toronto

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Rogers Centre Tour Experience
One Blue Jays Way
Toronto
ON
M5V1J1
Tel: 416-341-2770

Where are we going today?

Home of your Toronto Blue Jays and formerly known as SkyDome. Guests are taken behind-the-scenes to areas not usually accessible to the general public, including the playing field, private Luxury Suite, Blue Jays memorabilia suite and dressing room (route may vary due to event schedule).
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    Awesome! go there!!! the worst seats (the highest seats worth about 14$ only) to watch baseball is actually really awesome! Tons of promotional giveaways (just be there at 10 am to get it or else you're gonna miss it), awesome food and service :) tons of fun fans!

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    How can you hate a place that hosts a baseball game? you would have to go pretty far to accomplish that task. Well Rogers Center and its employees have managed that.

    From standing in line, which is generally an enjoyable experience for me, one of the fascist security people, who assumed I was line jumping ( I was not, I was there 15 minutes earlier, and had someone save a place in line for me, while three others jumped in front of me)

    This was a precursor to a most unfavorable experience. Let me describe more fully. It was a perfect...Read More

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    Went the baseball game and my seat was too hight and I was scared . So the manager sat me down where I was comfortable enough great service and very well organized and great music !!! Brilliant food too hotdogs yummmm

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    Cheered on the Blue Jays yesterday for 19 innings and you'd think Rogers Centre would commend loyal fans by keeping the concession booths open! I hadn't eaten before they closed and was very hungry when the game ended close to 8 pm!
    The food booths should stay open till the end of every game as fans exit, when they could make even bigger sales.

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    A great and huge ball park. Food and drinks are ok. Staffs are professional and helpful.Overall a great entertainment venue downtown!

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by Mitch Gold

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How can you hate a place that hosts a baseball game? you would have to go pretty far to accomplish that task. Well Rogers Center and its employees have managed that.

From standing in line, which is generally an enjoyable experience for me, one of the fascist security people, who assumed I was line jumping ( I was not, I was there 15 minutes earlier, and had someone save a place in line for me, while three others jumped in front of me)

This was a precursor to a most unfavorable experience. Let me describe more fully. It was a perfect day for baseball. I was at the stadium to test an idea to promote the Pan Am Games and to involve Major League Baseball. Together.

I was testing an idea to assist in putting Bums in the seats at Skydome. Unfortunately Skydome no longer exists.

Another one of fascist security people (I hope I have his badge number correct, but I may not. Robert #3240) had me ejected from Rogers Center because my sacred conch shell was classified as a Noisemaker and Noisemakers are not permitted in Skydome.

He had not even heard me play a sound!!!!

I was shocked to say the least - I had been to Skydome twice in the past three days, noting a sign on the Board - make NOISE. While I am offended by the invoking of NOISE I think sound is an amazing healing thing. The normal sounds I have recently experienced at Skydome are offensive to the spirit. You may of course like those sounds - and that is your choice.

Sacred sound is what is needed at the Center.

What would one expect. This building, built for a cost of $545 million, and sold to Rogers for a paltry $25 million a while after selling a tax loss in one of his ventures, ($350 million after changing the tax laws) and having built a statue on the unpaid for land, claims the right to eject people from this building demonstrates what a topsy turvey world we live in.

they will never fill the stadium again unless it be spiritually cleansed. And it needs more than I can give it.

I do not intend to bring my conch shell to the Rogers center any more. unless appropriately invited.

Money generated by this invitation will go to support the Pan Am Games as we bring the message of the Maya to Canada as part of the Games. I was testing how I might use the shell at the game. To build a large international promotion.

The people at Skydome are beyond ignorant. They cannot fill the stands with a winning team and giving away hats to 20,000 people. It was still half empty - or was it half full?

My test worked. From the moment I sat down, and two fellows came over and asked me for a photo, to the numerous children and parents that came over to ask me to play it for them, to the use of the sound - even in an open stadium - it worked. I could feel it.

others could too - for certain. but your fascist staff - I think not.

my test worked. I was preparing for a July 11 year long promotion "Countdown to the Games" - a 15 city tour - that your organization might have received freely as a global promotion.

If it were not so sick - it would be funny.

The Weather

Monday

Conditions: Partly Cloudy
Temp: 66° F / 18° C
Humidity: 74 %
Wind: South - 9 MPH

Tuesday

Conditions: Partly Cloudy
Temp: 67° F / 19° C
Humidity: 56 %
Wind: SW - 16 MPH

Wednesday

Conditions: Partly Cloudy
Temp: 67° F / 19° C
Humidity: 65 %
Wind: E - 18 MPH

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