Twenty One Pilots

Overnight camping will not be allowed. Patrons can start lining up at the entrance of Portage and Donald only at 7 a.m.

Bell MTS Place’s skywalk renovation project has started and your entry into the venue may be affected!  Please note the following:

Box Office

During skywalk renovations, Bell MTS Place box office will be accessible from the Portage & Donald entrance only (Gate 1) during regular hours of Monday to Friday 10:00am – 5:00pm, Saturdays 10:00am-2:00pm or on show days, the box office will open 3 hours prior to show start.

Attending a Show

For patrons coming to a show, the Portage & Donald lobby will open 3 hours prior to event start time.  Access to lobbies at Donald & Graham (Gate 2) and Hargrave & Graham (Gate 3) will be granted 1.5 hours prior to show start time.

Entry via CityPlace / Impark Lot #1

If entering from CityPlace mall or CityPlace Impark Lot #1 on the skywalk level, access will be granted 1.5 hours prior to show start on show days only.  From this area, access will be available to the private suites’ concierge and south suite entrance, to the 300 level (Gate 6), as well as down to street level via stairs or elevator to the Donald and Graham doors (Gate 2) or the Hargrave and Graham doors (Gate 3).

Entry via Newport Building to the west (Portage Place)

If entering from Portage Place / Newport Building to the west, on the skywalk level, access will be granted 1.5 hours prior to show start on show days only.  From this area, access will be available to the private suites’ north entrance, to the 300 level (Gate 5), as well as down to street level via stairs or elevator to the Portage & Donald lobby (i.e., box office, Gate 1, event level).

 

This month Twenty One Pilots will celebrate the release of TRENCH with the first leg of “The Bandito Tour,” a massive headline world tour set to get underway October 16th at Nashville, TN’s Bridgestone Arena. The tour will traverse the U.S. through the fall followed by dates in Australia, New Zealand, Europe and the United Kingdom. The U.S. leg of the epic trek is now virtually sold-out, with much of the international itinerary fast approaching that same status.