1. Wood Cookie
After every Redblacks touchdown, a wood cookie is cut from a log in celebration. Don’t miss the touchdown celebration as it’s one of the unique parts of a Redblacks game and it works the crowd into a frenzy.
2. #RNation Pre-Game Tailgate Party
If you’re looking to tailgate before the game, then you can’t beat the #RNation Pre-Game Tailgate Party. Located in the Budweiser King Club, the #RNation Pre-Game Tailgate Party is where you’ll find live music, brews, and BBQ before the game.
3. Frank Clair Statue
Stop by and snap a picture with the Frank Clair statue before the game. The statue honors the long-time Ottawa Rough Riders coach and GM and is a can’t miss for any Ottawa CFL fan.
4. Lansdowne Park
Lansdowne Park is located right next to TD Place Stadium and is an excellent place to spend an afternoon. The park is home to the Aberdeen Pavilion, a horticulture building, kids play area, basketball courts, and much more.
5. Ottawa Redblacks-Toronto Argonauts Rivalry
The NHL rivalry between the Ottawa and Toronto is an intense one, and it’s no different when it comes to the CFL. There is always a lot of bragging rights on the line when these two Ontario-based rivals square off, so don’t miss it when the Redblacks take on the Argonauts.
6. Big Joe
Don’t miss Big Joe when attending a Redblacks game. Big Joe is the official mascot of the Redblacks and is beloved by fans young and old. You never know what he’ll do next so keep an eye out for him at the game.
7. Redblacks Cheer and Dance Team
The Redblacks Cheer and Dance team is a can’t miss part of any Redblacks game. These talented performers’ routines feature a variety of stunts and dances making them a must-see part of any game.
8. Kids Zone
Those of you bringing the kids to the game will want to stop by the Kids Zone located in the Event Square. The Kids Zone is home to inflatables, face painting, and more making it the perfect place for kids before the game.
9. Ottawa Redblacks-Montreal Alouettes Rivalry
The Redblacks-Alouettes rivalry may be rather new by CFL standards, but that doesn’t mean you won’t find a hard fought contest when these two square off. If you want to see a good game of CFL football, then there are few better than a Redblacks-Alouettes game.
10. Subaru Log Cabin
The Subaru Log Cabin is located in the west end zone and is the perfect place to take in the game. The Log Cabin provides you with not only an incredible view of all the action on the field but also food and beverages as well. There are few better ways to watch the game than from the Log Cabin, so reserve your spot today.