The Hamilton Spectator - - SPORTS - The Sti­p­ley:

•Named for the ad­ja­cent neigh­bour­hood, spans width of south end zone •Still has as­signed tick­ets clos­est to field, but rest of pa­tio — in­clud­ing 100-foot bar — open to all ticket hold­ers •Steam whis­tle re­lo­cated from north-east side to Sti­p­ley pa­tio

Stripes’ Jun­gle In­side Find­lay Fam­ily Zone:

•On con­course in south-west cor­ner of sta­dium •2,000 square-foot cus­tom­ized theme park; kids menu; mas­cot ap­pear­ances

Craft Gar­dens:

•South­east cor­ner of sta­dium be­hind sec­tion 118, with craft beers and “in­spi­ra­tion from lo­cal eater­ies”

FirstOn­tario Credit Union Lounge:

•Out of the el­e­ments in lower con­course un­der east stands, no view of field •High-def TVs, com­fort­able seat­ing, Hamil­ton-based art and 40-foot-long photo wall, pic­tures sub­mit­ted by Ti­cats fans

Coors Light Pa­tio:

•Above north end zone •Bar and view­ing ar­eas avail­able to all ticket hold­ers. Some as­signed seat­ing still in place

End Zone So­cial Tick­ets:

•Lim­ited num­ber (about 200) for each game, at $29 •Gen­eral ad­mis­sion to sta­dium, and ac­cess to all so­cial view­ing ar­eas


FirstOn­tario’s Com­mu­nity Lounge is a place to re­lax, and watch the game on TV, away from the con­course bus­tle.

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