Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination Program FAQs
What do I need to show for entry into Rogers Arena?
Upon arrival at Rogers Arena, you will need to have your BC Vaccine Card available on your mobile device along with 1 piece of Government issued photo ID that matches the name on your Vaccine Card.
What if I am attending an event at Rogers Arena but am not from British Columbia?
Anyone attending an event at Rogers Arena from outside of British Columbia will need to provide their Proof of Vaccination provided by their local government. Fans from out of Province will need to visit one of our Fan Support Desks, available at each Gate of Entry at Rogers Arena.
Are there any exceptions to this Proof of Vaccination Program?
Children under the age of 12 are not required to show proof of vaccination to attend events at Rogers Arena.
I purchased tickets for an event prior to the announcement of the Proof of Vaccination Program and can no longer attend. How can I receive a refund for my purchase?
Refund policies for concerts at Rogers Arena are at the discretion of the show organizers and vary from event-to-event. Please contact FanServices@Canucks.com for more information.
I do not have a mobile phone – how else can I provide my Proof of Vaccination?
You can print out your physical Vaccine Card through the Province of BC’s website. More information can be found here – https://www2.gov.bc.ca/vaccinecard.html
I only have my first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine – can I still attend an event at Rogers Arena?
By September 13, you must be partially vaccinated to access events at Rogers Arena. You’re considered partially vaccinated with 1 dose. By October 24, you must be fully vaccinated to access events at Rogers Arena. You’re fully vaccinated with 2 doses.
Are the staff working at Rogers Arena also vaccinated?
Canucks Sports & Entertainment will require all guests, employees, and event staff to provide proof of full COVID-19 vaccination prior to entry to Rogers Arena for all games, concerts and live events.