Final Riders game set at Mosaic

After almost 100 years of football, four names and thousands of players and millions of fans through the turnstiles, the final game at historic Mosaic Stadium will be held on Saturday, October 29 at 5 p.m.
It will be a night like no other filled with live music, videos, a light extravaganza and finally you, the fans being the biggest part of the show. Rider fans are encouraged to come early for this “electric evening” and be prepared to stay for the post-game celebration and formal goodbye that will allow Rider Nation to reflect on and celebrate their long standing home, one last time.
This will be a truly Saskatchewan event with Roughrider greats, special dignitaries and homegrown talents at halftime featuring; Jess Moskaluke, Jason Plumb as well as the Jack Semple Band.
“Mosaic Stadium has provided us with many special moments. We have been honouring the past all year long and we are finally approaching the very last goodbye.” said Craig Reynolds, Roughriders President and CEO. “We expect that there will be a lot of emotions flowing that evening and we look forward to sharing this with our Rider family.”
Tickets were over 95 per cent sold, according to the Rider website before publication deadlines.
Events include: GoodLife Fan Fest gates open at 2 p.m.; Mosaic Stadium gates open at 3:30 p.m.; and the kick-off with the Saskatchewan Roughriders taking on the visiting B.C. Lions at 5 p.m.
During halftime, the Capital Auto Mall Tailgates and Touchdowns Truck Giveaway and extended half time concert featuring Jess Moskaluke, light show, pyro and some “luminous” help from the fans. Then during the end of the game, there will be a once in a lifetime 25-minute closing celebration including video, pryo, and special guests.

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