Tickets on sale!
2023 World Men’s Curling Championship full-event and closing weekend ticket packages on sale Thursday
Canada’s capital city was supposed to host the 2021 world men’s championship, but the event shifted to Calgary as part of Curling Canada’s bubble-concept series of events due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
That unbridled anticipation ends on Thursday, Sept. 15 at 10 a.m. ET when full-event and weekend championship ticket packages go on sale for the 2023 World Men’s Curling Championship.
All customers looking to score preferred seats should act fast to secure the best seats in the house.
The following packages will be available when ticket sales are live:
- Standard Championship Weekend Package ($199) – A single ticket to every draw from Friday, April 7 to Sunday, April 9;
- Premium End Zone Championship Weekend Package ($229) – LIMITED AVAILABILITY. A single ticket to every draw in the Away End sections from Friday, April 7 to Sunday, April 9;
- Standard Full Event Package ($399) – A single ticket to every draw at the 2023 World Men’s Curling Championship;
- Premium End Zone Full Event Package ($439) – LIMITED AVAILABILITY. A single ticket to every draw in the Home or Away End sections at the 2023 World Men’s Curling Championship.
All ticket packages are subject to standard facility and ticket service fees.
Tickets will be available online at curling.ca/tickets or in person at the TD Place box office. Phone inquiries can be made by calling 613-232-6767 ext. 8221.
Opening weekend and weekday packages will go on sale in November, while a date for single-draw tickets will be announced later once television and draw schedules are finalized.
Ottawa has a rich history of hosting top-level curling events, and 2023 will surely add to it. The city has hosted the Tim Hortons Brier on four occasions, all at TD Place — in 2016, won by Alberta’s Kevin Koe; in 2001, won by Alberta’s Randy Ferbey; in 1993, won by British Columbia’s Rick Folk; and in 1979, won by Manitoba’s Barry Fry.
The city also staged the 2017 Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings, the trials event which named Koe and Ottawa’s Rachel Homan as the two four-player teams to represent Canada at the Olympic Winter Games in 2018.
This upcoming event will mark the first time Ottawa has hosted a world men’s curling championship.
The 2016 Tim Hortons Brier left lasting memories at the Original 16 Patch at Aberdeen Pavilion, located next door to TD Place. 2023 promises to be just as thrilling of an experience for everyone at the event.
The host committee is also seeking volunteers for the event. Anyone interested in contributing to this event’s success as a volunteer can register online here.