5 reasons to come to the regular season finale!

Halloween Night at the stadium!

The stadium will be set up for Halloween! There will be decorations and candy, and fans are also encouraged to show up in their best costumes! There will be a contest inside the stadium with prizes being awarded to the best/most creative costumes. Prizes include: An Alouettes jersey, tickets to the East Division Semi-Final on Nov. 4, and a $50 gift card at our concession stands.

Children get in for $5!

We want to see as many kids attend this final regular season game as possible, so we’re making it more affordable for families to attend. All children 12 years old and under can get into the stadium for just $5! Take note that the game will start at 4 p.m. on Saturday, which means that it will be wrapped up at a very reasonable time. Not only do you get a great deal on tickets, you also don’t have to keep your kids up past their bedtime!

Tailgate & Pre-game DJ:

Attending an Alouettes game doesn’t just mean you need to show up for the game. Take advantage of all the events leading up to kickoff, too. Show up to the park right outside Molson Stadium for our fun tailgate event which begins at 1:30pm. You can grill your meat on the barbecues we provide for you on-site, or you can purchase food and drinks at one of our concession stands. Once the doors open at 2:30pm, there will be a live DJ on site playing music and setting up the party atmosphere.

There’s another reason to show up early! The first 5,000 fans will receive an Alouettes seat cushion courtesy of Les éleveurs de porcs du Quebec.

Set the tone for the playoffs:

The postseason begins on Saturday Nov. 4 against the Tiger-Cats, but we need you to help our team send a message to our bitter rivals. We need to let them know that coming into our house is going to be difficult because our players will always play hard, and our fans will always bring energy and noise. So come encourage this team. They have faced a lot of adversity this year, and they’ve still managed to win 10 games heading into the last regular season game of 2023.

Can the defence get to 10 touchdowns?!

The Alouettes have had some incredible defences over the years, but none of those units ever scored 10 touchdowns in a single season. This year’s defence, which is led by coordinator Noel Thorpe, has an opportunity to make Als history. They are just one touchdown away from their 10th TD of the season. If you want to take a look at the first nine touchdowns they scored in 2023, you can do so by checking out our 2023 defensive touchdown rankings! Make some noise for the defence on Saturday, and they may reward you with a historical moment!