I can barely remember the last time the BlueJays won the World Series, but I can’t forget all the countless hours I’ve spent watching them try to re-win it. In order to get a true Blue-Jays baseball experience, you have to see them live. As much as I love watching the actual game, it’s the mega screen, the music, and sitting among paraphernalia adorned fans that really makes these moments so memorable.
To be like a true local, always refer to the stadium the Blue-Jays play in as the SkyDome (nowadays it’s the Rogers Centre). The 500 level seats give a phenomenal view of the game and the stadium. In the summer, they open the SkyDome’s roof and you can get an unforgettable view of the CN Tower. The 500 level is the highest level in the stadium and the seats aren’t expensive. Good thing they’re cheap, cause beers here are like $10. But as the crowd around you suggests, beer prices certainly aren’t inhibitive.
Even before my current, more drunkenly activities at the game, I remember my grandfather who specifically sat at the highest seats, but I think that had to do more with him being “thrifty”. I also remember birthday parties and school trips, and in these instances, it always seemed that the higher up, the better. I definitely spent a lot of fun times when I was younger in the 500s and now I feel I belong there. I always choose to sit as close to the sky as possible.