- Created on Thursday, 16 May 2013 11:14
With Carrie Underwood’s sold out Blown Away Tour stop in Moose Jaw this Friday Mosaic Place would like to recommend the following to have a safe, enjoyable and unforgettable evening.
Arrive early. Doors open at 6:30pm, as this is An Evening With Carrie Underwood, there is NO opening act. Carrie Underwood is scheduled to take the stage at 7:30pm sharp!
- 1.To avoid congestion on show night, Mosaic Place is encouraging anyone who has tickets at Will Call to pick up your tickets in advance of Friday night. Box Office hours are 11am until 6pm Tuesday through Friday and 11am – 3pm on Saturdays.
- 2.No professional cameras, audio or video recording devices will beProfessional cameras are defined as any camera with a removable lens or a lens that extends more than 5 inches off the camera. Small point and shoot, digital, or cell phones are permitted.
- 3.A bag check and random pat down search will be done prior to entering the arena so Mosaic Place is asking guests to arrive early to make sure they get through to their seats in time for the show. Restricted items include: weapons, glass, cans, plastic bottles, fireworks, alcoholic beverages, video cameras, professional cameras, recording devices, backpacks, large bags, waist packs, outside food or drink, and laser pens.
Mosaic Place invites you to arrive early and enjoy a cocktail in the special event lounge. The lounge is set up in the Mosaic Place Conference Centre on the McCaig Mezzanine (Mosaic Place mid-level). Lounge doors will open at 4:30pm and patrons will also be able to purchase their drink tokens for the evening at this location. Alternate token locations will be located inside the East Grand Plaza Entry, on the North Floor Entry as well as three other locations inside the arena on the concourse.
Merchandise for the event will be sold inside the doors of the East Grand Plaza Entry.
For easy seat access please note that floor ticket holders may enter through the North Floor Entry, the East Grand Plaza Entry or the North Elevator. Bowl ticket holders may enter through the East Grand Plaza Entry or the North Elevator Position. Club and Suite Level ticket holders may enter through the East Grand Plaza Entry, accessing the Suite level via the stairwells or the North Elevator position Direct to the Suite/Club Level.
If you have questions or concerns at any point with finding your seat please seek out one of our many helpful ushers uniformed in bright orange vests.
- Created on Thursday, 02 May 2013 20:20
The world’s most notorious band, Mötley Crüe, will be coming to Moose Jaw tomorrow. The rockers best known for going to the extreme will take over the stage at Mosaic Place along with their opening act, Big Wreck. The Tour and Mosaic Place want to communicate the following to ensure ticket holders have a great concert experience.
Due to possible injuries that could occur from moshing/surfing, such activities are prohibited.
Camera policy: No professional cameras, audio or video recording devices will be allowed. Professional cameras are defined as any camera with a removable lens or a lens that extends more than 5 inches off the camera. Small point and shoot, digital, or cell phones are permitted.
A pat down search will be done prior to entering the arena. Mosaic Place is asking guests to arrive early to make sure they get through to their seats in time for the show. Restricted items include: weapons, glass, cans, plastic bottles, fireworks, alcoholic beverages, large chains or spiked bracelets, backpacks, large bags, waist packs, outside food or drink, and laser pens.
Please refer to Mosaic Place’s Guest Service policies online for a complete list of Mosaic Place Guidelines www.mosaicplace.ca.
Mötley Crüe with special guest Big Wreck
Doors open at 6:30pm
Showtime is 7:30pm
Get to Mosaic Place early and join us for a supper buffet in the Mosaic Place Conference Centre. The All you can eat pre-concert Buffet starts at 4:30pm and is only $14.75!
- Created on Wednesday, 24 April 2013 10:39
Moose Jaw (SK) April 23, 2013 – Moose Jaw Downtown Facility and Soccer/Field-House Inc (DFFH), a Saskatchewan non-profit corporation responsible for the operation of Moose Jaw’s Mosaic Place & YaraCentre, announced the 2012 financial results at its Annual General Meeting held this evening at Mosaic Place.
General Manager Scott Clark presented audited year-end statements showing a year-end 2012 surplus of $473,342. The statements showed the facilities to exceeded revenue projections by $365,011 while completing the year $108,331 under expense.
“The momentum continues”, commented Clark. “Attendance, corporate sponsorship, catering, track revenues, fitness memberships. All categories are performing well. Moose Javians continue to enjoy the facilities whether attending events as a spectator or participating in our many programs. We’re extremely proud of the results thus far and as a management team we’re honored to have the responsibility of developing a range of programs and events that will keep Moose Jaw moving”.
Commenting on the success of the facilities, DFFH Chairman Kurt Saladana added, "Mosaic Place and YaraCentre use has continued to exceed the most optimistic of the Operating Board members’ predictions. Moose Javians are constantly finding new ways to use the facilities. The overall result is that citizen travel for entertainment or sporting events has been greatly reduced and an ever-increasing number of people are coming to our City. The affect of more household discretionary spending in Moose Jaw is directly reflected by the sudden upswing in service industry outlets and jobs."
2013 is already shaping up to be yet another banner year for Mosaic Place with nine concerts already scheduled, including upcoming May shows Motley Crue (May 3) and Carrie Underwood (May 17) and the Tragically Hip (Sep 6). The Moose Jaw Ford Curling Centre and Mosaic Place Conference Centre also continue their busy schedule hosting Little Chicago Roller Derby this spring & summer, Chamber of Commerce Focus on Trade and many private bookings and events.
- Created on Friday, 26 April 2013 09:43
Moose Jaw (SK) April 25, 2013 – Moose Jaw’s Mosaic Place has been named Business of the Year (over 50 employees) by Tourism Saskatchewan. Currently in its second year of operation, Mosaic Place received the recognition at this evening’s 24th annual Saskatchewan Tourism Awards of Excellence Gala, held at Regina’s Conexus Arts Centre.
“This is a wonderful recognition; one that I know all of Moose Jaw will take great
pride in. Mosaic Place has been a wonderful addition to Moose Jaw’s already strong tourism sector and the facility’s programming and events have created additional desire for our neighbours from both within the province and indeed, further abroad, to visit Moose Jaw”, commented facility General Manager Scott Clark.
Mosaic Place opened August 2011 and is a 210,000 square foot facility featuring a 4,465 seat arena, curling club, banquet and meeting rooms. The arena also features 21 private suites and 132 club seating area. The 8 sheet Moose Jaw Ford Curling Club features locker rooms and a spacious loft social area overlooking the playing surface.
Downtown Facility and Soccer/Field-House Inc (DFFH), a Saskatchewan non-profit corporation and is responsible for the operation of Moose Jaw’s Mosaic Place & YaraCentre.
- Created on Friday, 12 April 2013 19:02
April 28th - April 29th, 2013: Dry Floor Arena Rental Available $50.00/hr plus gst
May 22nd - July 30th, 2013: Dry Floor Arena Rental Available $50.00/hr plus gst
Aug. 5th - Sept. 29th, 2013: Arena Ice will be availabe per the Summer Ice Rate of $196.00/hr plus gst.
Monday, Sept. 30th, 2013: Arena Winter Ice will start per the 2013/2014 Winter Rental Rates and Winter Ice Policy.