Canadian rock band, Marianas Trench has scheduled to bring their new tour, Marianas Trench and the Last Crusade to Mosaic Place Friday, February 3, 2017. Tickets for the show go on sale Friday, November 18th at 10am with ticket prices starting at $39.50 plus taxes and fees. VIP tickets will be available on Wednesday, November 16th at 10am - Go to www.marianastrench.net for more info.
The tour is in support of Marianas Trench’s latest studio album Astoria (604 Records/Sony) which echoes one part 1980’s fantasy adventure film and one part classic Marianas Trench. The new video for the single called, “Who Do You Love”, is a “Pay It Forward” gesture inspiring people to go out and do some good, make the world a better place, even if just for a moment.
Since their 2006 debut, Fix Me, Marianas Trench have had two Certified Platinum-selling records (Masterpiece Theatre, Ever After), chart topping hits, garnered multiple SOCAN and MMVA Awards, number 1 videos on MuchMusic, JUNO nominations, and won the 2013 JUNO Award for Group of the Year. Ramsay also received a Grammy nomination in 2013 for co-writing and producing Carly Rae Jepsen's breakthrough smash "Call Me Maybe."
Tickets for the February 3rd performance at Mosaic Place start at $39.50 plus taxes and fees and go on sale Friday, November 18th, 10am at www.mosaicplace.ca, at the Ticket Rocket Box Office in Mosaic Place or by phone at (306)624-2050. VIP tickets will be available on Wednesday, November 16th at 10am - Go to www.marianastrench.net for more info.
Mosaic Place will host the Royal Canadian Legion’s Annual Remembrance Day Service on Friday, November 11th, 2016. The arena doors will open at 9:30am, everyone should be seated by 10:30am and the service will commence at 10:40am.
For ease of access to the Remembrance Day Service, 1st Avenue in front of the Mosaic Place main entrance will be reserved for all guest drop-offs. Mosaic Place’s north parking lot will be reserved for guests with disability placards or mobility challenges. Also, City of Moose Jaw streets in the area of Mosaic Place will be closed beginning at 10:00am thru to 12:00pm, between Mosaic Place and the Royal Canadian Legion; 2nd Avenue from Manitoba Street to High Street and High Street from 2nd Avenue to 3rd Avenue.
In cooperation with the Moose Jaw Police Service, enhanced guest security and safety measures consistent with those at large public assembly venues throughout North America will be in effect on Friday. All guests and their belongings are subject to security screening prior to entry. Security screening may include hand-held metal-detecting wands and bag searches. By attending the event and entering the venue, guests consent to such searches. Guests are discouraged from bringing bags or items requiring inspection into the venue as our goal is to expedite entry as much as possible. Prohibited items that are discovered during security inspections must be either returned to the owner’s vehicle or discarded. Unlawful items that are discovered during security inspections are subject to conﬁscation. The venue reserves the right in their absolute discretion to deny access for any item(s) deemed a safety concern or that may result in an undesirable impact on the guest experience. Please arrive early; this will assist with an expedited entry into the venue. Thank you for your cooperation.
Mosaic Place is pleased to announce Moose Jaw Ford will remain as the naming partner of the venue’s curling rink, officially named Moose Jaw Ford Curling Centre. The agreement, which continues through August 2021, includes official naming rights and other partnership benefits. The Moose Jaw Ford brand will continue to be prominent within the curling centre, including the entranceway; scoreboards; in ice logos; window etchings; and in additional areas.
Doug Campbell, General Manager at Mosaic Place comments, “Moose Jaw Ford fits all of the criteria we set out in finding a naming rights partner. Their name and reputation fit the image of the building; they are committed to excellence in customer service and experience; their values mesh with those of Mosaic Place; and they are a company that embraces the community in which they do business. We are very excited to have our initial naming partner continue to support the Moose Jaw curling community.”
Venues Today Magazine has once again ranked Mosaic Place as a Top 5 Venue for event ticket sales in Canada & number 1 in Western Canada in the 2001-5000 Capacity category for the 2015-2016 rating period.
In the rating period Mosaic Place had 14 Shows with a total attendance of over 26,000. This makes Mosaic Place the only Western Canadian Venue in its category to make the list. Three of the top five venues are in Montreal, Quebec, one is in Hamilton, Ontario and Mosaic Place, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan rounds out the list.
Mosaic Place General Manager, Doug Campbell commented, “Thanks to the incredible work by our team we are able to achieve this honour in consecutive years. It’s always great to be recognized within the industry as a leader.”
This is the second time Mosaic Place has earned recognition in the Top 5 with Venues Today Magazine. The next concert at Mosaic Place will be December 2nd, 2016 when Celtic Thunder performs, tickets are available now at the Ticket Rocket Box Office in Mosaic Place, online www.MosaicPlace.ca or by phone 306.624.2050.