109th Grey Cup FAQ’S


When can I get tickets?  

Tickets go on sale to the public on June 14, 2022, at 10:00 am SK time. Visit the tickets page for more information about Grey Cup 2022 tickets. 

How much are tickets?  

There are a variety of ticket price options available. Visit the tickets page for details.

When will tickets be available to other teams? 

Season ticket holders in other CFL markets had an exclusive purchase window that began on June 2, 2022. Non-season ticket holders will get access on June 14 when tickets go on sale to the public. 

Will there be any tickets left by the time they go on sale to the general public?  

The Saskatchewan Roughrider Football Club will monitor ticket sales closely to ensure there will be seats still available to the general public when they go on sale June 14, 2022. 

Can’t the stadium be expanded to 40,000 seats?  

Mosaic Stadium is known for its great fan experience as a social venue that allows for people to gather around the stadium, connect with people, and enjoy events. Adding more seats beyond normal capacity would take away from the social experience and cause congestion in the concourse areas. It would also create long line-ups for concessions, beverages, and washrooms. Temporary seats would not offer the comfort of the stadium’s permanent seats, and the cost would be high, which would ultimately lead to higher Grey Cup ticket prices across the stadium. For that reason, the Saskatchewan Roughrider Football Club will not be expanding Mosaic Stadium for the 109th Grey Cup. 

How were ticket prices determined?  

The Saskatchewan Roughrider Football Club looked at the 2013 Grey Cup in historic Mosaic Stadium as a benchmark. They also consulted with previous Grey Cup hosts and reviewed their pricing strategies. There are many ticket price options so fans can enjoy the championship game. 

If I have a Grey Cup game ticket, will I get into the festival for free?  

The NexGen Street Festival, SaskPower Family Fair and many other events will be free. Any ticketed events taking place during the Grey Cup Festival will require a separate ticket.  More details about Festival tickets will be announced later this year. 



Will there be enough hotel rooms available?   

Regina has ample hotel capacity for the Grey Cup. Several past events of this caliber have been hosted in our city with fewer hotel rooms. Since 2013, Regina has added 10 new hotels with more than 1,100 rooms. Regina and Emerald Park now have a combined capacity of 4,000 hotel rooms in 34 hotels, which is part of the reason why our city is so attractive for large events like the Grey Cup. The best way to secure a hotel room is to call your preferred hotel directly. Hotel inventory will likely not be available on third-party hotel booking sites for Grey Cup. Visit www.stayinregina.com for a list of Regina Hotel Association member hotels and their contact information. 



Will there be on-site parking?  

There will be a variety of transportation and parking options available with plans to have transit running during peak festival hours and on game day.  We’re still working through the details, and we’ll share more information closer to the event date.  

What’s exciting is that all events including the game itself will be on one footprint for the first time in CFL history, so fans will be able to experience everything in one location. REAL District is very close to downtown Regina, so fans will be able to get there and back quickly so they can make the most of all the entertainment options.  

Will ride sharing be an option to get to the Festival events and/or the championship game?  

Yes, there will be a place for taxi and ride sharing drivers to drop patrons off at the Grey Cup Festival and championship game. We’re still working through the details, and we’ll share more information closer to the event date. 



How can I get involved?  

Putting on Canada’s biggest party will take a team of about 1,500-2,000 volunteers. Volunteer opportunities & registration for the 2022 Grey Cup Festival will be announced in the fall. Festival volunteers will be in the heart of the action to welcome guests and show them a great time to make it the best event ever! 

Can I choose the type of volunteer role I want?  

Yes, you’ll be able to select the role(s) that interest you. Sign up will be first-come, first-served so we encourage volunteers to sign up early and select their preferences early. 

How many hours are required of volunteers?  

Volunteers have a minimum 15-hour commitment throughout the event. Most of the volunteer shifts will be 4-5 hours long with a maximum of eight hours worked in a 24-hour period.  

Do I need a criminal record check to volunteer? Yes, we want to ensure a safe environment for all our guests and volunteers, a Criminal Record Check is one of the many tools we use. 

Will there be a cost to volunteer?  

Yes, there will be a volunteer fee that helps cover the cost of uniforms, volunteer software, training and support for volunteers, and other administration expenses. The fee will be kept as low as possible and is expected to be $85.   

Why should volunteers need to pay?  

There are costs for volunteers, including uniforms, software, meals, training, etc. Volunteer fees help to cover the costs and ensure we recruit a committed team so we can put on a successful event. Volunteer uniforms will be high-quality clothing pieces that many volunteers continue to wear long after the event because they’re so proud to have been involved. 



What will the entertainment options be for the Grey Cup Festival?  

There will be something for everyone at the 2022 Grey Cup Festival, including family activities, and team parties like Riderville. We’ll be announcing the exciting entertainment lineup throughout 2022. It’s sure to be one of the greatest Grey Cup Festivals ever with everything – including the championship game – taking place at one location for the first time in CFL history.  

Will there be a cost to attend the Festival? How much will it cost?  

The Club and organizing committee are looking at a number of both ticketed and non-ticketed events for the Grey Cup – focusing specifically on events that will be fun for youth and young families. As in past years, there will also be paid tickets to get into certain Festival events like the team parties and tailgates. Ticket prices and the full lineup of events will be announced throughout 2022. 

Will people be able to buy Festival tickets in advance?   

We’re currently planning the Festival, and we’ll announce ticket buying details as we get closer to the event.  

Will there be Festival events taking place in downtown Regina or in other locations?  

For the first time in Grey Cup history, all official Grey Cup Festival events will take place on one footprint, which will be convenient for attendees. We expect restaurants and other businesses will get in the spirit of the event and celebrate in their own way, but the Festival events will all take place at REAL District. 

When will you announce the entertainment for Festival week?  

We’re busy planning some great entertainment events, and we can’t wait to share more information with you throughout the spring and summer!  

Where can I get information about the Festival? Is there an app?   

Follow the Saskatchewan Roughriders and the Grey Cup Festival on social media. Information will be updated regularly on the website. 

Stay tuned for a 109th Grey Cup Festival app that will be available closer to the event!