Grey Cup 2020 FAQ

General FAQ

The 2020 Grey Cup Festival will kick-off on the evening of Wednesday, November 18 and run through to game time on Sunday, November 22 in Regina, Saskatchewan.

The entire Grey Cup Festival will be held on one footprint. All Grey Cup Festival events will be held at Evraz Place, the largest interconnected event complex in Canada, right next to Mosaic Stadium.

Tickets to the 108th Grey Cup game are available to the public at 10 a.m. on June 16th, and can be purchased by visiting 2020greycup.com/tickets OR by calling the Rider Ticket Office at 1-888-474-3377, option 3.

A valid ticket is required for entry. No re-entry.

All children over the age two require a ticket.

We strongly recommend fans take advantage of public transit throughout the Grey Cup Festival and Grey Cup championship game. Mosaic Stadium is easily accessible via Rider Transit and with the Mosaic Stadium Shuttle.

To accommodate traffic around Mosaic Stadium on game day, some roadway and parking restrictions will be in effect.

Grey Cup merchandise is available at the Rider Store and will be available during the 2020 Grey Cup Festival.

On game day, merchandise will also be available on site in various pop-up merchandise shops located throughout the concourse area of the venue, and will remain open 30 minutes after the end of the game.

There are 4,000 rooms available in Regina – 1,000 more rooms than were available in 2013. When you consider the Greater Regina area, there are 9,000 rooms.

Regina is also one of the fastest-growing Airbnb markets in North America, so there will be a variety of accommodation options available.

 

 

Festival Events & FAQ

There will be something for everyone at the 2020 Grey Cup Festival, including family activities, concerts and team parties like Riderville. We’ll be announcing the exciting entertainment lineup throughout 2020. 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.

Entry to many areas of the Grey Cup Festival, including the NexGen Street Festival, will be free of charge.

As in past years, there will also be paid tickets to get into certain Festival events such as concerts and team parties. Ticket prices and the full lineup of events will be announced throughout 2020.

We will announce on-sale ticket dates and details as we get closer to the events.

The Street Festival, 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 tickets will be announced as we get closer to the events.

For the first time in Grey Cup history, all official Grey Cup Festival events will take place on one footprint at Evraz Place, which will be convenient for attendees.

We will be releasing information throughout the spring and summer as we get closer to the events.

Follow the Saskatchewan Roughriders on social media and keep checking the Grey Cup Festival Website where we will announce details as they become available. The app will be launching later this year.

 

 

Getting to Mosaic Stadium

There will be a variety of transportation and parking options available. We’ll share more information and details as we get closer to the event date. With all events including the game itself on one footprint, fans will be able to experience everything in one location. Evraz Place 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.

We will announce road closures as we get closer to the event.

Residential parking restrictions will be in effect in neighbourhoods around Mosaic Stadium.

Accessible drop off is located in the parking loop in front of Gate 2, accessed via Princess Street. A valid accessible vehicle tag must be displayed.

We will be sharing more information with you throughout the spring and summer.