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Entering Mosaic Stadium
All persons must have either valid accreditation or a valid ticket to enter Mosaic Stadium. All patrons, staff and volunteers may be subject to a search of personal belongings. Anyone refusing a search may face eviction from Mosaic Stadium and may be refused re-entry.


Stadium Access
Elphinstone Street, between Dewdney Avenue and north of Saskatchewan Drive will be closed to traffic during Rider games. Mosaic Stadium will not allow exit and re-entry during the game. There is no passenger drop off on Evraz Place property.

Parking Lots
Parking at Evraz Place on game days is reserved only for those who purchase seasonal parking passes. No public parking will be available on site for fans attending football games unless they have purchased a seasonal pass. Parking at Evraz Place for seasonal parking pass holders is located in the lot southwest of the Brandt Centre. The lot is accessible via the Lewvan Drive gate only. Fans who have purchased a seasonal pass must display the pass in their vehicles when on Evraz property. Seasonal accessible parking passes for Evraz Place will be available for purchase. This option was determined based on fan feedback, and ensures a guaranteed spot, rather than a first-come, first-served area. Paid accessible parking will be located alongside Confederation Park. Guests must display an accessible parking tag, along with a seasonal parking pass. The lot is accessible via the Lewvan Drive gate only. Free accessible parking will be available on a first-come, first-served basis, located on 10th Avenue. City of Regina Paratransit Service will be available on game days, and fans can be dropped off in the parking loop in front of Gate 2, via Princess Street, if the vehicle has a valid accessible parking tag displayed.

City Buses

Rider Transit presented by WorkSafe Sask is offered through Regina City Transit. The service is free for all guests with a game ticket or season ticket pass. Buses depart from six convenient locations; Southland Mall, Victoria Square Mall, Northgate Mall, Normanview Crossing, as well as two stop locations downtown. Eastbound – the downtown shuttle stops at Saskatchewan Drive and Hamilton Street (next to the Delta Hotel), and westbound the shuttle stops at Victoria Avenue and Scarth Street. Service begins two hours and fifteen minutes before kick off and will continue making trips to the stadium until 30 minutes before game time. Returning buses start leaving the stadium at the beginning of the third quarter, and run until one hour after the end of the game. Regular transit service is also free for those who present a game ticket to the operator. This service is free for two hours before game time and up to one hour after the end of the game.

Taxi Pick Up Locations

Taxis will be available for guests in front of the stadium on 10th Avenue.

Gates

Gates open one and a half hours before kick off.
Gate 1 – Young’s Equipment Gate 2 – Crescent Point Energy Gate 3 – SaskTel
Gate 4 – Brandt

Accessible Needs Assistance

Mosaic Stadium has over 100 accessible seating spaces available on all levels of the stadium—located on the main concourse, upper deck and in hospitality areas. These spaces are available for both season ticket holders and single game ticket holders. Accessible washrooms, concession counters and water fountains are located, for your convenience, throughout the stadium. If you have further questions please contact the Riders, or on game day our Rider Squad volunteers, dressed in white, will be happy to help.

Accessible Drop Off Location

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.

Will Call And Guest Relations
Will Call is located in the Rider Ticket Office on the northwest side of Mosaic Stadium. Photo identification and the credit card used to purchase the tickets are required. There are four guest relations stations
in the stadium for customer service  and convenience: northwest, northeast, southwest and southeast.

Coors Light Party in the Park
Before the game, all fans are invited to the Coors Light Party in the Park. This pregame fan fest takes place in Confederation Park on the northwest side of Mosaic Stadium. The Party in the Park starts three hours before kick off, every home game. For more information visit Riderville.com.

Washrooms
There are a total of 36 public washrooms, each with accessible stalls. In addition, there are nine inclusive washrooms as an option for people of all genders, mobility, and for families.

Concourse Food & Beverage
Concessions will be available on all levels and will serve both food and beverages, including alcohol. Debit, credit and cash will be accepted.

Pil Country
Welcome to Pil Country! Grab your friends and get loud in this social standing area located in the south end zone of the stadium. Guests in this section must be 19 years or older. Tickets are available online or in person at the Rider Ticket Office at the stadium.

ATMs
Automated Teller Machines are located throughout Mosaic Stadium. Ask any event staff or Rider Squad members to direct you to the nearest location.

Smoking
Mosaic Stadium is a non-smoking facility—this pertains to any type of smoking product as well as electronic smoking/vaping devices. Any guests caught smoking will be removed from the premises. The designated smoking areas will be south of Confederation Park in the pavement area next to the Mosaic Stadium loading ramp and the city-owned southwest corner of the Elphinstone and 10th Avenue parking lot north of the Lawson Aquatic Centre. There will no re-entry to the stadium once entered.

Alcohol
Fans must be 19 years or older to purchase and/or consume alcoholic beverages. Proper photo identification is required
to purchase any alcoholic beverage. The Saskatchewan Roughrider Football Club and Evraz Place reserve the right to check proof of legal drinking age. Guests will not be permitted to enter the stadium if they are visibly intoxicated. Drunk and disorderly behaviour will result in ejection from the stadium without refund. A maximum of two (2) alcoholic beverages per purchase is permitted. The per purchase limit may be reduced without prior notice and sales may be discontinued at any time, at the discretion of stadium management. All alcohol sales end at the conclusion of the third (3rd) quarter. As per SLGA licensing, it is illegal to have in your possession liquor that was not purchased at the stadium. Any guest found to be in possession of liquor not purchased at Mosaic Stadium will have that liquor confiscated and not returned, and the guest will be denied entry or removed. Any guest who does not cooperate with stadium security in regards to this offence will be turned over to the Regina Police Service for removal from the stadium and further prosecution.

Security

Security personnel are present at every game day. They can be identified wearing yellow and black shirts. If you feel you need security help, do not hesitate to approach someone, or you can text “Riders” followed by a space to 69050.

First Aid

First Aid rooms are located on the main concourse in both the north and south end zones. EMS personnel and ambulances are in place at the stadium during the game.

Lost & Found

Lost & Found is located at Guest Services at Gate 2. Guests can visit lost and found during the game. After the game, guests should contact Evraz Place.

Radios, TVs & Cameras
Personal radios, TVs, headphones, cameras and video recorders are allowed as long
as they do not interfere with other fans’ enjoyment of the game and are for personal use. Images may not be used for commercial purposes without the permission of the Saskatchewan Roughrider Football Club Inc. All stadium policies are under constant review.