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Montreal: August 3, 2024 - August 12, 2024
Toronto: August 4, 2024 - August 12, 2024
Montreal : August 3 - 12, 2024
Toronto : August 4 - 12, 2024
Children under the age of two do not require a ticket to attend the National Bank Open presented by Rogers, provided they sit on your lap and do not inconvenience other ticket holders. In Montreal, children under the age of five are not permitted to sit in Level 100 on either Centre Court or Rogers Court. In Toronto, tickets for children over the age of two can be purchased at a 10% discount.
During the IGA family weekend in Montreal and the 407 ETR family weekend in Toronto, there are a wide range of activities for kids of all ages. Once National Bank Open main draw action begins on Tuesday, August 6, there are mini tennis courts for them to enjoy.
Yes, you can access the National Bank Open sites in Montreal and Toronto with a stroller.
In Montreal, from Saturday, August 3 to Monday, August 5, the IGA Family Weekend in collaboration with Maple Leaf Foods provides free access to the National Bank Open presented by Rogers for qualifying weekend. In addition, a wide range of activities are available on-site for kids of all ages to enjoy.

In Toronto, admission is free for all guests on Sunday, August 4 and Monday, August 5 with a host of activities suitable for the whole family. In addition to watching world-class players competing for a chance to qualify for the National Bank Open main draw and seeing the best players in the world hone their skills on the practice courts, guests are welcome to enjoy the on-site entertainment.
Ask the nearest security guard , National Bank Open staff member, volunteer, or customer service representative for help.
Please find a volunteer (or go to guest services tent by main entrance) on-site and mention you require space to feed your child and we will be happy to accommodate.

Families are encouraged to attend IGA Family Weekend from August 4-6 in Montreal and 407 ETR Family Weekend in Toronto from August 5-6. Admission is free and the weekend features a wide range of activities for all ages and access to the National Bank Open qualifying matches on a first-come, first-serve basis. In Montreal, you must reserve your ticket online and in Toronto, free tickets are available at the entrance upon arrival.