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FirstOntario Centre

28 locals recommend ·

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Isaac
Isaac
February 4, 2020
5 minute walk so if you are catching a Bulldogs game, concert or event you won't have to worry about parking!
Grace And Leo
Grace And Leo
August 1, 2017
Music Venue, Sporting Events, Awards Ceremonies and other Entertainment Events
Jaren
Jaren
December 5, 2019
Otherwise known as Copps Coliseum.
Hannah
Hannah
December 14, 2019
Hockey game, concert, and many other events! If you are looking for something to do, check out First Ontario Center to see whats going on.
Laura
Laura
October 8, 2019
Big concerts and sporting events year-round
Justin
Justin
September 1, 2019
FirstOntario Centre is one of North America’s premier entertainment venues, housing a variety of spectacular concert and sporting events each year. Home of The Hamilton Bulldogs. FirstOntario Centre is located at 101 York Blvd | Hamilton, Ontario

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Location
101 York Blvd
Hamilton, ON L8R 3L4
Phone+1 905-546-3100