Amenities

Animals

No pets are allowed with the exception of permitted Companion and Seeing Eye dogs (must be kept on leash at all times).

Bank Machines

We have up to six ATM machines. They are located near sections R, Y, Z, J and C and near the First Aid office.

First Aid

First-aid services are available during all events from staff specially trained in emergency first-aid procedures.

Lost & Found

If you have lost a personal item while attending an event at the PNE please call the PNE's Lost and Found hotline at 604-251-7717 or email lostandfound@pne.ca. Be sure to leave your full name, contact number, the date and event you lost your item and a full description of the item. Every attempt will be made to locate the lost item and you will be contacted only if the item is found. The PNE does not reimburse patrons for lost or stolen items.

Note: all lost & found or checked items will be destroyed or donated if unclaimed after 30 days.

Ticket Information

The Ticketleader box office is located on the south side of the Pacific Coliseum on Renfrew Street and is open two hours prior to most concerts. Regular in-person box office hours.

Accessible Seating

Wheelchair and Attendant seats are located on the concourse level above the RED seating areas in sections D,X,K,Q,B and Z. The Attendant seats are located directly in front of the wheelchair spaces in row 19 of the RED seats. There are a total of 24 wheelchair and 24 attendant seats, when the full Coliseum setup is used.

Children Rules

Everyone must have a ticket. Babes in arms (6 months and under) are admitted free but not encouraged.

Food & Beverage
The PNE provides an assortment of food and beverage services. Please note that the venues are open based on event and capacity. If you’re interested to know what will be open for a specific event, you can contact us at 604-253-2311.

Triple O's Restaurant

The Triple O, located on the south end of the concourse level, features your favourite legendary White Spot selections made with high quality, fresh ingredients. From burger combos to their signature fries, Triple O’s serves it up fresh and fast!

Concession Stands

Can't leave the game without having a hot dog? Conveniently located on east, west and north sides of the upper concourse, the Coliseum concession stands serve traditional hot dogs and bratwursts that will hit the spot every time! Also featured are game time favourites including hot nachos with cheese and salsa, chicken strips, french fries, popcorn, candies and soft drinks.

Popcorn

Craving munchies during the game? No problem! Our popcorn stands, located on the east and west side of Centre Ice, serve hot buttered popcorn by the cup or by the bucket! Freshly popped every few minutes, and topped with hot butter, your taste buds won't be able to resist! CASH ONLY.

49th Parallel Coffee

The Pacific Coliseum proudly serves 49th Parallel coffee, Americano’s, Lattes, Cappuccinos, mochas and more. Located west of the Triple O's. A caffeine addicts mandatory stop.

Pizza Pizza

Tantalize your taste buds with mouth-watering pizza choices, chicken and other tasty snacks including chicken strips and fries. Located along both the east and west sides.

Bars

Molson, Parallel 49, Heineken, Cider, Palm Bay, Mike’s Hard Lemonade, highballs and wine; all can be found at our beverage stops conveniently located on both the east and west side of the upper concourse at Centre Ice. Purchase a ticket and visit our friendly bartenders for your favourite beverage.

Fresh-Made Sandwiches

Looking for something filling and tasty, but not fried? Check out our selection of gourmet Fresh-Made Sandwiches located on the upper west side concession.

Fundunkers Donut Shop

Fundunkers is home of the famous PNE Mini Donut! Savour the sweet taste of cinnamon and sugar-covered mini donuts along with a tasty assortment of specialty coffee blends. Located west of the Triple O’s.

Miscellaneous

Seating Capacity

16,123 for sports events.
17,150 for concerts.

Seating Layout

The Pacific Coliseum is divided into 3 main levels as follows;
Reds:
The Reds contain rows 1 to 19. Rows 1 to 11 are portable and may be removed for certain events. Row 12 has a railing and ample leg room. Seat 1 is on the left, and the high seat number (e.g. 16) is on the right.
Concourse Level:
The concourse is at street level and contains wheelchair spaces and standing room areas. There are also standing room areas at the very last row of the Blues (above row 45).
Blues:
Even numbered sections start at row 1. Odd numbered sections start at row 2 (except section 25, which starts at row 1). The first few rows are slightly obstructed in places by the walkway railings, but only on the end seats of each section (seats in the middle of the sections are fine).
Floor:
For concerts there is also a Floor set up containing 3 main seating areas.

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