Location of Mosaic Stadium At Taylor Field
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Located in Regina Saskatchewan, Mosaic Stadium at Taylor Field is a sports stadium, used primarily to play Canadian football. Opened in 1936, the field is owned and managed by the city of Regina. The stadium is home to several teams including University of Regina Rams playing in Canadian Interuniversity sports, Regina Thunder playing Canadian Junior Football League and Regina Riot playing in the Western Women's Canadian Football league.
The stadium was known as Park De Young till 1946. After which it was renamed as Taylor Field honoring from Neil J. Piffles Taylor, a First World War fighter pilot who coached rugby union and football in the city. Since June 2006, after The Mosaic Company got the naming rights, it was called Mosaic Stadium at Taylor Field.
The stadium has a seating capacity of more than 30,000 spectators while temporary seating is also done when attendance exceeds beyond that. At the time of its inception, the ground had dirt surface which was replaced by a more stable grass surface in 1946. From 1979 to 1987, the field had 3M Tartan Turf replaced by OmniTurf in 1988 and AstroTurf in 2000. Since, 2007 the playing surface is FieldTurf.
Taylor field has hosted several memorable events in Football history. It was the venue for the 83rd and 91st Grey Cup Games drawing more than 20,000 spectators. It hosted field hockey competition at 2005 Canada Games. The stadium regularly holds annual Labor Day Classic Game between Winnipeg Blue Bombers and Roughriders. It also holds the record of being a site of three longest field goals in Canadian Football History.
The stadium has also hosted a number of concerts and musical shows over the years. In 2006, Rolling Stones played at the stadium on a sold-out show which eventually turned out to be highest grossing concert event in the Canadian history. Other renowned concerts include performance of AC/DC in 2009 and Bon Jove in 2010 while Paul McCartney is scheduled to perform in a concert there in August 2013.
Throughout the years, Mosaic Stadium at Taylor Field has undergone several refurbishments and its share of maintenance. Hosting unforgettable matches on its grounds and awe-inspiring concerts and shows, the stadium is one of the most remarkable sports fields in Canada. In terms of architectural construction and experience, it is something to marvel at. Don't miss out a chance to buy Mosaic Stadium at Taylor Field tickets for your favorite show or a football game and have an unforgettable experience of your life.