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SaskTel Centre to Discontinue Designated Smoking Areas in Effect Saturday, September 22.

Saskatoon, SK. Tuesday, September 18, 2018 -- SaskTel Centre announced today that the venue will become fully smoke-free with the removal of all current designated smoking areas. The new policy takes effect Saturday, September 22 and will be in place for all events, including Saskatoon Blades, Saskatchewan Rush and Saskatchewan Rattlers games, and concerts. The first event to be impacted by the prohibition on smoking will be Saskatoon Blades home opener on Saturday, September 22.

SaskTel Centre is committed to providing our guests and our employees the safest and most secure environment and we are consistently reviewing our policies and processes to that end. In alignment with the current SaskTel Centre no re-entry policy, guests will no longer be permitted to exit the venue to smoke, once the doors of the building are open to the public. Both smoking and vaping will be strictly prohibited in all areas, including all public outdoor spaces. There will be no designated smoking areas.

“Our commitment has always been to provide the safest and most enjoyable fan experience and we feel that making SaskTel Centre a smoke-free venue is a necessary part of that commitment,” said SaskTel Centre CEO Will Lofdahl.

In keeping with our commitment to safety and security and as a result of a comprehensive review of best practices in the arena industry, SaskTel Centre now joins the growing majority of professional venues that no longer allow smoking in any capacity.

Any questions or concerns can be directed to SaskTel Centre management, by contacting 306-975-3151 or 306-975-8157.


Monday, October 1, 2019 and Tuesday, October 2, 2019

The ELTON JOHN concerts this Monday & Tuesday October 1 & 2 at SaskTel Centre will have will have a capacity crowd of over 12,000 fans in attendance at each performance and SaskTel Centre recommends the following to the fans attending this concert:


Doors open at 6:30 pm and the Concert start time is 8:00 pm for each performance – Come Early as there is no Opening Act!
Following their instructions will provide faster / safer entry and exit from the venue.

TAKE THE BUS – Yellow School Busses
Special Shuttle buses are available from the following locations. A $5.00 round trip fee applies for this service, except from the downtown Bus Mall where regular fares apply.

** Lawson Heights Mall – 134 Primrose Drive (pick-up on Primrose Drive)
Buses depart at 6:15 pm with continuous service and last bus departing at 7:40pm

** The Centre Mall – Circle and 8th Street (pick-up in Co-op Parking Lot, N.W.Corner near Co-op Gas Bar)
Buses depart at 6:15 pm with continuous service and last bus departing at 7:40pm

** Market Mall – 2325 Preston Avenue (pick-up on Preston Avenue)
Buses depart at 6:15 pm with continuous service and last bus departing at 7:40pm

** Confederation Mall – 300 Confederation Drive (pick-up North end, Safeway Parking Lot)
Buses depart at 6:15 pm with continuous service and last bus departing at 7:40pm

Saskatoon Transit Services
** Downtown Bus Mall (Bay Condominiums on 23rd Street at 2nd Avenue – Facing West) Buses depart at 5:45 pm; service every 15 minutes till 6:45pm, regular fares applies.

** Special Needs Transportation
Is available through regular booking procedures.

Travel with friends in one vehicle.


SaskTel Centre and TCU Place jointly commissioned a study in 2017 to determine the need for new and/or expanded assembly facilities in Saskatoon. The scope of work involved:

  • Analysis of historical business data
  • Stakeholder consultations - internal and external
  • Site tours and assessment of both venues
  • Competitive scan - Saskatoon Region
  • Comparative scan - North American cities similar to Saskatoon

The study was prepared by an integrated consulting team of leading market analysts and facility planners: Convergence Design, HLT Advisory, and Conventional Wisdom.

The complete study is available here as well as a summary of key findings, consultant's presentation to City Council and media release.