Don’t want to spend $120,000 for tickets to see the Toronto Raptors beat the Golden State Warriors in the NBA finals? No problem! “Jurassic Park” watch parties have popped up all over Canada, and most are free or almost free to attend, so you’ll be watching the Kings of the North in no time!
Cineplex Cinema’s will host Raptors viewing parties on the big screen at :
• Cineplex Cinemas Langley
• Cineplex Odeon International Village Cinemas
• Cineplex Odeon Park & Tilford Cinemas
• SilverCity Riverport Cinemas
• SilverCity Victoria Cinemas
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Cineplex will host watch parties at Scotiabank Theatre in West Edmonton Mall, and at the South Edmonton Common location.
Calgary’s Jurassic Park will once again host a viewing party extravaganza on the big screen in East Village at the Crossroads Plaza on RiverWalk.
Watch the game on Mosaic Stadium’s MaxTron screen, which is bigger than a standard NBA basketball court, making it the largest screen in Canada.
The DoubleTree by Hilton Regina is a short hop from the stadium, if you need a rest after all that excitement.
TORONTO AND AREA
The original Jurassic Park will be full to capacity, with revelers and fans lining up a full day in advance of Game 6. Luckily, every single screen in the city will be tuned to the game. May we suggested the Hilton Toronto, where you can watch with a steadying drink at the bar?
If you don’t want to brave the hordes at THE Jurassic Park, these satellite versions will still satisfy your block party cravings:
• Ajax: Pat Bayly Square (Nearby hotel: Hilton Garden Inn Ajax)
• Brampton: Garden Square
• Burlington: Civic Square (Nearby hotel: Hilton Garden Inn Burlington)
• Mississauga: Celebration Square
• Pickering: Pickering Recreation Complex
• Scarborough: Albert Campbell Square
• Vaughan: Vaughan City Hall
• Whitby: Whitby Civic Recreation Complex
Peel Street in downtown Montreal will once again grind to a halt for a free outdoor broadcast of Game 6 of the NBA Finals.
The DoubleTree by Hilton Montreal is a short stroll from Peel Street, if your legs aren’t too wobbly to walk.
The Halifax version of Jurassic Park (East) happens at Rogers Square near the Nova Centre, featuring tons of double-sided screens mounted from the ceiling of the space, allowing easy viewing of the game even from the street outside. Capacity is limited so get there early!
Recover your composure with a refreshing stay at the Hampton Inn by Hilton Halifax, just 2 minutes away!