Blue Jays Announce $20 General Admission Outfield District Tickets


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With exactly one month until the Blue Jays Home Opener presented by TD on April 11, fans will experience a redesigned ballpark when they first step into Rogers Centre with a new Outfield District featuring five distinct neighbourhoods and many additional social spaces, each available to anyone with a Blue Jays ticket.

New for 2023, the Toronto Blue Jays are introducing the Outfield District Ticket, offering general admission ballpark access for just $20 all-in, available for all home games now at

While Blue Jays single game tickets provide fans with a reserved bowl seat, Outfield District Tickets are for fans looking to explore the new Rogers Centre experiences throughout the game, and do not include a reserved seat or space.

“Blue Jays fans will immediately notice a dramatically different Rogers Centre when they enter for the 2023 season, and those changes will only become more pronounced as they enjoy live music, curated food and drink menus, and get up-close to game action,” said Anuk Karunaratne, Executive Vice President, Business Operations, Toronto Blue Jays. “The new Outfield District Ticket is perfect for fans who want more than a baseball game, with the opportunity to try out every new ballpark experience.”

All fans with a ticket to the game, including those with the general admission Outfield District Ticket, can experience the new Rogers Centre Outfield District – from bar rails to high top tables and so much more, there are countless unique areas for fans to gather and enjoy the game:

Five Outfield Neighbourhoods

  1. Corona Rooftop Patio (500L right field) – this rooftop patio oasis is the new place to be, bringing extra sunshine into the ballpark; nestled in Toronto’s iconic skyline, fans can gather with friends while enjoying live music and a summer patio menu
  2. Park Social (500L left field) – a park within the park for fans of all ages, featuring games, food truck-style bites, and comfortable places to hang out while watching the game
  3. The Stop (100L center field behind the batter’s eye) – your neighbourhood bar to grab a quick drink and bite with friends before first pitch, or on your way to your next Outfield District destination
  4. The Catch (100L right field above the visitors’ bullpen) – the place to see and be seen; grab a cocktail and perch above the visitors’ bullpen with unprecedented views to catch all the action up close
  5. WestJet Flight Deck (200L center field) – the place fans know (and love!) has a refresh with retro arcade games, brewery-style menu, and the same great vibe
  • Group tickets available for first two rows; remaining space is general admission

New Social Spaces

  1. Schneiders Porch (200L right field corner) – this open-air porch has epic views of right field as well as one-of-a-kind hot dog culinary creations and direct bar access, so you don’t miss a minute of the action
  • Group tickets available for front row; remaining space is general admission
  1. Rogers Landing (*new name* right field corner beside the visitors’ bullpen) – bring your glove to this open-air home run landing pad, with uninterrupted front-row views of the outfield and visitors’ bullpen
  • Group tickets available for front row; remaining space is general admission
  1. Bleacher Seating (100L bowl behind the visitors’ bullpen) – calling all hardcore fans… watch opposing pitchers in these retro-style bleachers directly behind the visitors’ bullpen
  2. Left and Right Field Balconies (100L concourse outfield corners overlooking the home and visitors’ bullpens respectively) – prime bullpen views await to watch pitchers warm up while taking in the action over left and right field
  3. Drink Rails (throughout ballpark) – grab a drink and post-up at a new spot every inning, with countless options around the concourse

As fans look forward to experiencing the Outfield District for the first time on April 11, the Blue Jays enjoy two more weeks of Grapefruit League action before visiting the St. Louis Cardinals for MLB Opening Day on March 30.

Regular season tickets, including general admission Outfield District Tickets, single game, and groups, are available now at


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