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Pan Am Games July 10–26
Parapan Am Games August 7–15



CIBC Pan Am Park

CIBC Pan Am Park

From July 11 to 26, the biggest TORONTO 2015 celebration of art and sport can be found at CIBC Pan Am Park, a lively sport cluster that contains five competition venues and a free cultural site!

Whether you’re a ticket-holder for beach volleyball, or you want to mingle in the open-air park with your family for free, the Park is the place for sports-fans to unite and enjoy an exhilarating Games experience.

CIBC Pan Am Park encompasses several different sites and venues located along the shores of Lake Ontario, including the historic Exhibition Centre and Toronto Coliseum, the waterfront wonder that is Ontario Place West Channel, the open-air Exhibition Stadium and the temporary venue only available for the Games — the Chevrolet Beach Volleyball Centre.

The Park hosts 16 sports at these five competition venues, making it the largest sport cluster at the TORONTO 2015 Games. 


Spectators to CIBC Pan Am Park must go through a centralized security screening at either the North or South entrances to the Park

Ticketed competition spectators, ensure you have your ticket ready to be scanned upon entrance to the Park, and arrive early to get to your event on time.

For additional accessible services offered throughout CIBC Pan Am Park, please consult the TORONTO 2015 Accessibility Guide.

All spectators are invited to enjoy the sponsor activations and PANAMANIA cultural programs at CIBC Pan Am Park for free.


Where art meets sport

Not only is CIBC Pan Am Park home to five competition venues hosting 16 sports, it’s also a vibrant hub for free entertainment, free activities and sport demonstrations, with a variety of food and beverage options to choose from.

From July 11-25, CIBC Pan Am Park comes alive with PANAMANIA, presented by CIBC. Daily from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m, this exciting arts and cultural festival features free live entertainment from well-known and emerging artists from across Ontario, Canada and the Americas.

For 15 days at CIBC Pan Am Park, PANAMANIA will feature live stages with more than 50 exciting acts, including performances by Kiesza, Stars, USS, Colin James, Choc Quib Town, Bajofondo, Afro-Cuban All Stars, and more — all for free!



200 Princes Boulevard,
Toronto, ON

CIBC Pan Am Park (PDF 457KB)


  • Transit


    Transit is available to/from this venue and is included with your printed event ticket.

    Triplinx is an interactive cross-regional transit trip planner, and is your best tool to plan your transit journey:

    Designated Transit Stops

    This venue has three designated transit stops:

    • Dufferin Gate Loop
    • Exhibition Loop*
    • Exhibition GO Station

    All stops are accessible. The Dufferin Gate Loop is approximately 1 kilometre from CIBC Pan Am Park. The Exhibition Loop and Exhibition GO Station stops are approximately 200 metres from the nearest park entrance.

    Accessible transit

    *Not all vehicles are accessible. Priority is given to those requiring an accessible vehicle.

    Dedicated accessible transit is available to this venue. To book your trip, use the Call One service:

    1.844.PARA ONE (844.727.2663)

    TTY: 1.877.244.5002

    The call centre is open from 6 a.m. to midnight throughout the Games, and trips can be booked up to seven days before your event.

  • Walk, Wheel or Cycle

    Walk, Wheel or Cycle

    The roadways leading up to this venue are pedestrian friendly. Bicycle parking is available east of CIBC Pan Am Park in Inukshuk Park near the Martin Goodman Trail, and on the west side of the venue near the Dufferin Gate at Centennial Park. Bicycle parking near the Dufferin Gate will be removed during the Parapan Am Games.

  • Driving


    There is no general parking for this venue.

    Accessible parking is available on the northwest side of the venue and must be pre-booked at least 24 hours before your event. Accessible parking costs $20. To pre-book your space, visit or call 1.844.695.4313. The call centre is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.


    Manitoba Drive is closed between Saskatchewan Road and Strachan Avenue from July 4 to 26.

    Ontario Drive southbound is closed between Manitoba Drive and Lake Shore Boulevard from July 4 to 26.

    Strachan Avenue southbound is closed between Fleet Street and Lake Shore Boulevard from July 4 to 26.

    Princes’ Boulevard is closed between Strachan Avenue and Nunavut Road from July 4 to 29.

    Newfoundland Road is closed between Princes’ Boulevard and Lake Shore Boulevard from July 4 to 29.

    Canada Boulevard is closed between Manitoba Drive and Lake Shore Boulevard from June 30 to August 1.



Games partners

Games partners

Throughout CIBC Pan Am Park several Games partners are offering free activities.

CIBC hosts visitors in a family-friendly area that includes a seating area to watch CBC’s live feed of the Games, activities for kids, giveaways, and surprise guest appearances, including CIBC Team Next athletes. In this area, fans can get their picture taken with the Pan Am torch.

Chevrolet shows firsthand how to transfer human power into a sustainable energy resource by encouraging spectators to participate in a collective effort to power a Chevrolet volt battery storage system that will power a recharging station for cell phones and tablets.

Molson Canadian House at CIBC Pan Am Park has the best patio in town. Located next to the PANAMANIA stage, grab a seat and catch live entertainment, watch the live sports feed, grab a bite from the food trucks and, of course, enjoy an ice cold Molson Canadian with friends between competitions. Molson Canadian House is the place for sports fans this summer (must be legal drinking age).

The Royal Canadian Mint produced the spectacular TORONTO 2015 competition medals with the metals for the medals provided by Barrick Gold Corporation. See them in person while donning the traditional white gloves and let your fingers trail over the mokume gane application on the front and braille on the back, both firsts for Games medals. Marvel at the attention to detail and commitment to excellence, then capture the moment with a photo.

The Siemens Canada geodesic dome is an opportunity to “look inside” your body and mind through interactive displays and activities. Harness the power of your thoughts to cause a virtual wind turbine to spin at the Mind2Motion display, and use the Syngo medical imaging software to take photos in front of a green screen and superimpose your head on an ultrasound image of a human body — with a printed photo as a memento.

Beanfield Metroconnect is opening the door to new connections. Six-foot-tall vertical TV screens with two-way connections are embedded in the interactive doorways located in CIBC Pan Am Park and at the CIBC Athletes’ Village. Through a live feed provided via the beanfield network, visitors can interact with the person at the other end. With more than 6,000 athletes from 41 countries attending the Games, you never know who might be on the other side.

Coca-Cola will be by part of all of our special moments and memories with an on-site activation that promises to bring excitement and happiness to spectators and visitors.

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