For the safety and enjoyment of other guests, Rogers Centre and the Toronto Blue Jays ask that you please do not sit or stand in the aisles. Aisles must be kept clear at all times.
While the game is on and ball is in play here at Rogers Centre, fans are asked to wait at the top of the seating section aisles until there is a break. This is not only for the safety of our fans due to the possibility of foul balls entering the stands, but also considered a courtesy to those who are seated.
The Toronto Blue Jays, Rogers Centre and ARAMARK are committed to promoting and ensuring responsible alcoholic beverage sales and use, as outlined by "T.E.A.M."
Techniques for Effective Alcohol Management
Training techniques from Smart Serve and T.E.A.M are combined with our goal of creating a safe, enjoyable and family-friendly environment where alcohol service and consumption is managed thoroughly.
Alcoholic beverages can only be purchased from authorized vendors once inside Rogers Centre and guests may not bring or leave the facility with any alcohol. All guests that appear to be 30 years of age or younger will be asked to provide proof of age for each transaction. Upon request for proof of age, guests must produce a valid form of photo identification.
Upon request for proof of age, guests must produce a valid form of photo identification.
Guests may have no more than two alcoholic beverages in their possession at any time. In-seat hawkers are restricted to serving only one (1) alcoholic beverage per guest. Alcohol service in all concession stands, luxury suites and TD Comfort Clubhouse will conclude at the end of the seventh inning. The Toronto Blue Jays, Rogers Centre, and its concessionaire (ARAMARK Sports and Entertainment) reserve the right to discontinue alcohol service at any time and to modify these rules at any time.
Guests found with unauthorized alcohol can have their ticket confiscated and be removed or denied entry from Rogers Centre without compensation. As a courtesy to our fans, the Blue Jays have designated alcohol-free seating sections on each level of Rogers Center. They are: 100-Level - 142/141, 200-Level - 237/238, 500-Level - 520/521 (First 14 rows only).
The following may result in your ejection from Rogers Centre and/or possible prosecution:
The Toronto Blue Jays welcome certified service animals utilized by guests with disabilities into Rogers Centre.
Players and coaches from both the Blue Jays and the visiting team do take time to sign autographs occasionally, but we kindly ask that fans respect their need to prepare for that day's game. Fans interested in obtaining an autograph from their favourite player are permitted at the bottom of the 100-Level aisles from the time the gates open until 45 minutes prior to game time, however, consideration should be given to guests possessing tickets for these areas. Guests must return to their ticketed seats after this period.
Fans wishing to obtain autographs from specific players should mail their request, including a self-addressed stamped envelope to the player's attention, to:
Please keep in mind that if you do send in an item to be signed, you do so at your own risk. Players and coaches receive a tremendous amount of fan mail and we cannot guarantee a response. The Toronto Blue Jays and its players and staff are not responsible should the items fail to be returned.
Guests are welcome to bring their small bag inside Rogers Centre when they attend Toronto Blue Jays games. Softsided bags such as diaper bags, small backpacks and small purses are permitted, whereas hard-sided coolers, bags and containers are not.
In accordance with Major League Baseball's security regulations, any bag larger than 16 inches by 16 inches by 8 inches will not be permitted into Rogers Centre. All bags will be thoroughly inspected before they are allowed inside the facility at designated inspection lanes at all gates, which will result in delays when entering. MLB-approved bins will be used at inspection points, and bags and their contents must fit without assistance, modification or adjustment. To ensure guest safety, the Toronto Blue Jays reserve the right to inspect any bags or articles prior to entry and at any time thereafter within Rogers Centre. We may refuse admittance or eject anyone who is in procession of any item deemed hazardous, inappropriate, offensive or suspicious.
TD (Toronto-Dominion) Green Machines are available throughout Rogers Centre for our guests' convenience. These ATMs are located in the following areas:
The Toronto Blue Jays encourage guests to show their team pride and welcome support demonstrated through homemade banners and signs. Guests are welcome to bring banners to Rogers Centre provided they do not interfere with the game, your fellow guests' enjoyment of the game or carry disparaging, commercial, political or obscene messages. All non - complying banners may be removed and or confiscated at our discretion. Banners cannot block or cover any current building signage.
Black netting covers parts of certain outfield seating sections (Sections 101, 142 & 143) on the 100-Level. It is intended to give the batter a clear and unobstructed view of the baseball as it leaves the pitcher's hand. The Batter's Eye is off limits to all individuals, save for television camera operators.
Plastic bottles holding 600 ml or less of non-alcoholic beverages will be permitted in Rogers Centre. Guests are strictly prohibited from bringing outside alcohol inside Rogers Centre. Plastic bottles holding more than 600 ml and glass bottles are prohibited.
Excludes Acura Luxury Suites
The Toronto Blue Jays welcome cameras for the purposes of still photography, provided their use does not interfere with other guests' enjoyment. Video cameras are permitted inside the facility, but recording of any game footage is strictly prohibited. All equipment will be inspected prior to admittance and subject to our security screening process. The Toronto Blue Jays and Rogers Centre reserve the right to request that guests discontinue filming or taking pictures on Rogers Centre property. The Toronto Blue Jays and Rogers Centre are not responsible for lost or stolen belongings. As such, we ask that guests not leave equipment unattended. Tripods, monopods and selfie sticks are not permitted.
Rogers Centre is committed to creating a safe, comfortable, and enjoyable experience for all guests. The stadium is committed to ensuring that:
* Failure of guests to adhere to these policies may result in the denial of admission to or immediate removal from the stadium without refund.
The use of any remote controlled drone (UAV - Unmanned Aerial Vehicle), is prohibited on or over any of the properties under the control of Rogers Centre at any time. All inquiries regarding this policy and the use of drones (UAV) in any of these areas should be directed to the V.P., Security Operations at Rogers Centre. Individuals operating drones on stadium property may be subject to arrest and prosecution.
All Toronto Blue Jays and Rogers Centre personnel have been trained and instructed to assist guests in evacuating the stadium. In the event of an emergency at Rogers Centre, guests are asked to remain calm and follow instructions given via the public address system, uniformed game staff and security, police and medical personnel. During emergencies, guests should not use elevators; instead, guests will be directed to exit Rogers Centre using the stairs or ramps. Guests are also encouraged to take the following steps in the event of an emergency:
For the safety and enjoyment of all, guests are reminded not to interfere with a ball in play or a player during a game. Those who fail to follow this policy may be subject to immediate ejection from Rogers Centre.
Rogers Centre allows guests to bring food into the stadium as long as the items are wrapped, bagged or left inside a container to avoid spillage. Food containers must be soft-sided and small enough to fit under the guest's seat. All items will be inspected and subject to our security screening process which may result in delays in entering the facility.
Excludes Acura Luxury Suites
In cooperation with the Toronto Police Service, guests wearing known gang clothing and/or colours will not be permitted into Rogers Centre. Guests will be automatically asked to leave the premises, as noted on signs posted at gate entrances.
Security reasons preclude Rogers Centre from allowing in/out privileges to individuals who choose to leave the building. Exceptions can be made in special circumstances through our Guest Services locations.
Musical instruments and any type of noise-making devices are prohibited inside Rogers Centre. Any exceptions will be at the discretion of Rogers Centre and the Toronto Blue Jays.
For obvious safety concerns, guests are not permitted to throw any objects around or within Rogers Centre seating areas (e.g., baseballs, beach balls, shoes, seat cushions, hats, food, drinks, ice, coins, etc). Failure to adhere to this policy may result in ejection from the stadium.
Clothing with offensive language or indecent graphics is prohibited in Rogers Centre. Offenders may be denied entry into or possibly ejected from the stadium.
The Toronto Blue Jays and Rogers Centre make every effort to accommodate guests as much as possible when it comes to allowing items that will enhance their experience while inside the stadium. However, the following items are prohibited at Rogers Centre:
All alcohol, illegal drugs and prescription drugs not accompanied by a valid prescription, and weapons will be seized.
Please note: Rogers Centre has the authority to prohibit any other item/s deemed to be a security risk.
For the safety of everyone at the ballpark, guests are asked to refrain from sitting, standing or leaning on stadium railings.
In order to provide our guests with a safe environment, the following security measures will be in effect:
Please report any suspicious activity in or around Rogers Centre.
Rogers Centre has been a smoke-free environment, in compliance with the Province of Ontario's Smoke-Free Ontario Act for quite some time. Smoking is not permitted at any level in the building including our parking level. For clarity purposes - this includes the use of any vapour or electronic cigarettes. Toronto City Council has recently approved changes to Municipal Code Chapter 709-Smoking. It is now against the law to smoke within nine metres (30 feet) of an entrance or exit of any building that is used by the public. Security measures preclude us from allowing guests back into the building if they choose to exit. Those leaving the facility to smoke will not be permitted re-entry to the stadium.
Guests are prohibited from distributing banners, booklets, business cards, circulars, commercial advertising, flyers, folders, handballs, leaflets, notices, pamphlets, posters, stickers or any other written, printed and/or painted materials, without advance written permission from Rogers Centre and the Toronto Blue Jays Baseball Club.
Copies of the Stadium Rules and Standards of Conduct are posted in a variety of locations throughout Rogers Centre (including in proximity to building entrances). The text of the current policy (in place since 2008) is as follows:
A valid ticket must be produced upon entry to the stadium and at any time thereafter upon request. Rogers Blue Jays Baseball Partnership ("Blue Jays") and/or Rogers Stadium Limited Partnership (collectively, the "Management") reserves the right, without compensation or refund of admission price to refuse any person admission to the stadium, or to remove such person from the stadium, (i) if the person uses language or exhibits conduct which, in the opinion of Management, is abusive, illegal or objectionable or might otherwise interfere with the reasonable enjoyment of others, (ii) if, in the opinion of the Management, the person's ticket is not valid, or (iii) if the person brings into the stadium any restricted items, including, without limitation, alcohol, illegal drugs, chemicals, bottles, cans, weapons of any kind, large bags, knapsacks or hard-sided coolers or briefcases (list of restricted items subject to change at any time in the discretion of the Management).
Each person wishing to enter the stadium consents to Management's reasonable examination of his or her person and/or belongings to ensure compliance with the foregoing.
Each person entering the stadium grants to the Management, their corporate affiliates, agents, broadcasters, business associates and/or sponsors (collectively, the "Authorized Parties") the absolute and irrevocable right to utilize that person's voice, image and/or likeness in connection with any transmission, retransmission or reproduction in whole or in part of the game to which such person is admitted. Each person entering the stadium further grants to the Authorized Parties the absolute and irrevocable right to use that persons voice, image and/or likeness for any purpose whatever, including on merchandise and in Blue Jays advertising, without restriction, and regardless of medium. Each person entering the stadium thereby waives all rights of inspection or approval regarding any use of his/her voice, image or likeness and any right to remuneration therefore, and releases and discharges the Authorized Parties from any and all claims and demands arising out of or in connection with the use of his/her voice, image or likeness, including, without limitation, any and all claims for invasion of privacy, right of publicity or defamation.
Each person entering the Stadium agrees that: (A) he/she shall not transmit or aid in transmitting any information about the game or event that he/she is attending, including, but not limited to, any account, description, picture, video, audio, reproduction or other information concerning the game or event (collectively "Event Information"), (B) Blue Jays is the exclusive owner of all copyrights and other proprietary rights in all baseball games and event information in respect of such baseball games, and (C) all photographs and recordings created by him/her are for personal use only.
WARNING: Each person entering this stadium voluntarily assumes all risks of any injury or other loss to person and property occurring during his/her presence at the stadium and/or incidental or related to the event being held or game being played at the stadium, as applicable, at or about such time (including, without limitation, injury suffered from balls, bats or other objects projected into or within the stands), and releases the Management, Major League Baseball, the Commissioner, the participating teams, the performing acts and their respective agents, corporate affiliates and employees from and all liability therefore, regardless of whether such injury or loss occurs before, during or after the actual performance of the event or playing of the game, as applicable, and whether such injury or loss is caused by any person's negligence or otherwise. PRIOR TO, DURING AND FOLLOWING BASEBALL GAMES, INCLUDING DURING ALL BATTING PRACTICES, FIELDING PRACTICES AND WARM-UPS, ITEMS SUCH AS BASEBALLS, BATS AND FRAGMENTS THEREOF MAY BE THROWN OR HIT INTO THE STANDS AND CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY. FOR EVERYONE'S SAFETY, PLEASE STAY ALERT AND BE AWARE OF YOUR SURROUNDINGS.
Copies of the most current Stadium Rules and Standards of Conduct are available at Gate 9 or by calling 416-341-1000.
Any fan venturing onto the playing field before, during or after a game or event will be subject to criminal prosecution under the criminal code. Any guest who re-enters the stadium after being removed or ejected will also be issued a trespass notice and possible further prosecution.
In order to operate a secure and responsible facility, CCTV surveillance cameras are in use throughout Rogers Centre.