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Curling season is here, which means another exciting rendition of the Tim Hortons Brier, presented by AGI, is just around the corner.
Fans in London, Ont., are already showing plenty of enthusiasm for the event this upcoming March 3-12, 2023, at Budweiser Gardens, with nearly 1,000 full-event packages and more than 1,800 championship-weekend packages already sold. It means only one thing: The 2023 Tim Hortons Brier will be the hottest ticket in Canada in just over six months, and fans do not want to miss out.
Starting next Thursday, Sept. 29, at 10 a.m. ET, Opening-Weekend and Weekday ticket packages will go on sale.
Here’s a look at what will go on sale:

  • Standard Opening-Weekend Package ($120) – A single ticket to the first six draws from March 3-5.
  • Premium Opening-Weekend Package ($150) – LIMITED AVAILABILITY. A single ticket to the first six draws from March 3-5, in the Away end sections.
  • Weekday Ticket Packages ($69/day) – A single ticket to the three draws on March 6, March 7, March 8, or March 9 (two guaranteed draws on March 9, plus a potential tiebreaker draw).

Fans wanting to check out more of the action can still purchase championship-weekend packages priced from $235 or full-event packages starting at $485.

Ticket packages will be available online (click here) or in person at the Budweiser Gardens box office. Phone inquiries can be made by calling 519-432-8894.

All ticket packages are subject to standard facility and ticket service fees.

London’s history with significant curling events is rich; the city has hosted highly successful editions of the Continental Cup of Curling in 2020 and 2018, as well as the 1981 World Men’s Championship.

It will be the third time the Canadian men’s championship will be contested in London; the 1974 Macdonald Brier, won by Alberta’s Hec Gervais, was played at the old London Gardens.

London last hosted the Tim Hortons Brier in 2011 when Manitoba’s Jeff Stoughton and his team from Winnipeg hoisted the Brier Tankard after defeating home-province hopeful Team Glenn Howard in the gold-medal game.

Stoughton’s win was only a portion of the lasting memories left upon the city. The Patch at RBC Place hosted a great party and meeting spot for curling fans around the country, and in March 2023, the Original 16 Patch returns to the same location.

The host committee is also seeking volunteers for the event. Anyone interested in contributing to this event’s success as a volunteer can click here for more information. Peter Inch & Associates Heating + Air Conditioning proudly sponsors the 2023 Tim Hortons Brier volunteer program.

For more information, please contact:

Peter Inch
Vice-Chair, Host Committee
Tel: (519) 709-2257

Andy Henry

Manager, Marketing & Tickets

Curling Canada
C. (519) 851-1090