Ottawa Scotia Bank Place

Scotia Bank Place

1000 Palladium Dr

Ottawa Ontario, K2V 1A4
Telephone Number: (613) 599 0123

http://www.scotiabankplace.com/en/

When in Ottawa, see the stars at the glittering Scotiabank Place, our 18,500-seat sports and entertainment palace, home of the NHL Ottawa Senators.  Formerly known as “The Corel Centre”, the multi-purpose sports and entertainment complex was constructed in a record 18 months, at a cost of $170 million (Canadian $). A new arena-specific four lane interchange was built to provide access from Highway 417 (the Queensway) at a cost of approximately $30 million. See the superstars of professional sports, world-class performers and dazzling family shows.

Scotiabank Place is the Ottawa region’s premier sports and entertainment venue. Located 15 minutes west of downtown Ottawa, the 19,153-seat venue has played host to some of the world’s most popular performers including Bruce Springsteen, U2, Elton John, Bon Jovi, Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, Taylor Swift, and the best in family entertainment.

It is also home to the National Hockey League Ottawa Senators, one of the NHL’s most exciting teams, who reached the Stanley Cup finals in 2007.

Scotiabank Place regularly hosts events such as concerts, family shows, monster trucks, basketball, tradeshows, wrestling, skating events and gala dinner events. It also offers up to eight meeting rooms that range in size from 442 square feet to 2,520 square feet and are expandable to 7,350. All meeting rooms can be converted into professional tradeshow events, banquets or reception facilities. State-of-the-art audio-video and full-service hospitality packages are also available.

Tickets for Senators games and Scotiabank Place events can be purchased by visiting www.CapitalTickets.ca, by phone at 613-599-FANS (3267) or 1-877-788-FANS (3267); in person at The Sens Store locations, any Ottawa Sports Experts location, Les Galeries de Hull and at the Scotiabank Place box office.

For more information on Scotiabank Place please visit www.scotiabankplace.com

Things You Should Know

  • Air horns are not permitted at Ottawa Senators’ games.
  • Automated Teller Machines (ATM’s) are located at Gate #1 beside the south side ticket windows on the Club Level and next to the north side food court on the Main Concourse Level.
  • Banners, flags and signs are permitted at Senators’ games, provided they do not interfere with the event, cover any advertising or building sign or carry disparaging or obscene messages. Signs larger than 24″ x 24″ must be able to roll up or fold. Poles to display banners, flags or signs are not permitted.
  • Bilingual staff are available in the Scotiabank Place. Look for employees wearing the “Je parle francais” badge.
  • Cameras are permitted at Ottawa Senators games provided that they are still cameras and no flash photography is permitted once the game has started. Flash photography is permitted during the pre-game warm-up only. Digital cameras are also allowed. Under no circumstances are video cameras allowed at any time.
  • Cellular phones are permitted at Ottawa Senators’ games, provided they do not interfere with other guests’ enjoyment of the game.
  • Children (except those under two years of age) require a valid ticket at Ottawa Senators’ games.
  • Comment cards are available from Scotiabank Place staff. Comments that relate to the Ottawa Senators will be forwarded to the appropriate department.
  • Containers (including bottles, cans, thermos bottles and plastic coolers) are not permitted in the Scotiabank Place for the safety and protection of our other guests.
  • If you are expecting an emergency phone call, you can register your seat location at the Guest Services Booth located behind Section 201. The emergency phone number is (613) 599-0128.
  • Emergency vehicle service in the form of battery boosts and tire inflation, is available as a service to our guests. Contact a member of the United Parking staff or visit a United Parking booth for assistance. If you are experiencing problems at the end of a game and a parking booth attendant is not available, please lift the hood of your vehicle to alert the United Parking patrol vehicles that you are experiencing trouble. There are also a number of United Parking staff who are working at the valet parking area located at Gate #2 on the north side of the Scotiabank Place.
  • Family seating or alcohol free seating sections are at the west end of the arena. They are located in Sections 111, 216 and the Coca Cola Family Fan Zone, Sections 314, 315 and 316.
  • Fan courtesy is an important element of fan enjoyment at an Ottawa Senators game. Fans are asked to wait for a stoppage in play before leaving or returning to their seats. Improper conduct (including profane or abusive language and throwing objects on the ice or in the stands), may result in ejection from the building. Repeated offences could result in the loss of ticket privileges. Season Ticket Holders are responsible for the actions of others who use their tickets. National Hockey League rules prohibit guests from interfering with play.
  • The First Aid Station is located at the Guest Services booth behind Section 201 on the Main Concourse. Emergency medical services attendants are available at all Ottawa Senators’ home games.
  • Food and beverages brought in from outside the Scotiabank Place are not permitted.
  • In the event that you become separated from your child, the Guest Services booth, located behind Section 201 on the Main Concourse, is the place to report lost children. Should this situation arise, please contact any Scotiabank Place staff member immediately.
  • The Lost and Found service is also located at the Guest Services booth behind Section 201 on the Main Concourse. Articles are kept at the booth until the end of the game and then are stored for 30 days. For more information, please call 599-0128.
  • Bell Canada pay phones are located at Gate #1 and Gate #2 on the Club Level. You will also find pay phones located in four different areas around the Main Concourse.
  • Pets are not permitted at Ottawa Senators’ games however, all service animals are welcome. Please notify your ticket seller at the time of purchase if an aisle seat is required to accommodate your service animal.
  • Pucks will sometimes leave the ice surface and land in the seating area of the Scotiabank Place. You are urged to be alert and to follow the play and the puck at all times. If you require assistance, contact any member of the Scotiabank Place staff and report the incident immediately. Fans are welcome to keep pucks that are shot into the stands however, National Hockey League rules prohibit interference with the game
  • Ticket speculators or “scalpers” are not recognized ticketing agents of the Ottawa Senators. If you purchase lost or stolen tickets from a non-authorized agent, you risk being removed from the seats you are in upon the presentation of a replacement ticket by the legal ticket holder. We urge fans to purchase in person at the Corel Centre Box Office at Gate #1 or through TicketMaster, by calling 755-1166, purchasing at any TicketMaster outlet or via the Internet by linking to the TicketMaster home page through the Ottawa Senators website at www.ottawasenators.com.
  • Guests requiring seating assistance are asked to contact the Scotiabank Place’s Guest Services department at 599-0128. If possible, please provide 24 hours advance notice so that suitable arrangements can be made.

Scotiabank Place Directions

From Downtown Ottawa
Scotiabank Place is a quick 15 minute drive from downtown Ottawa – take Highway 417 (the Queensway) west to the Palladium Drive exit. This 4 lane arena-specific interchange will bring you right to Scotiabank Place’s doors.

From South of Ottawa
If you’re travelling from south of Ottawa, follow Highway 31 or Highway 416 to the 417. Proceed west on Highway 417 to the Palladium Drive exit.

From Outaouais Region
From the Outaouais region, take the Portage Bridge across the Ottawa River. Proceed on Wellington Street to Lyon Street, and south on Lyon Street to Highway 417 (the Queensway). Follow the Queensway west to the Palladium Drive exit.

From West of Ottawa
If you are coming from the west, take either Highway 7 (Carleton Place, Smiths Falls, Perth) or Highway 17 (Almonte, Pakenham, Arnprior, Renfrew) to Highway 417 (the Queensway). Follow the Queensway east to the Palladium Drive exit.

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