2025 Montana’s Brier

’25 Brier tickets go on sale!

Countdown begins with ticket launch for 2025 Montana’s Brier in Kelowna

In just over a year, Kelowna will finally get its chance to host the world’s most famous national men’s curling championship.

The 2025 Montana’s Brier is scheduled for Feb. 28-March 9 at Prospera Place in Kelowna — the city that was supposed to host the 2021 Brier before the pandemic changed those plans. But based on the early ticket sales for the 2021 Brier, it’s expected that there will be a strong response when 2025 Montana’s Brier tickets go on sale Thursday, March 7, at 10 a.m. PT.

So fans will have to act quickly if they want to lock down their preferred seats to watch Canada’s best men’s curling teams play for a national championship in a city that last hosted the Brier in 1968.

Here’s a look at what will be available in the initial offering of ticket packages:

  • Full Event Package ($492-$534) — A single ticket to every draw of the 2025 Montana’s Brier
  • Championship Weekend Package ($234-$264) — A single ticket to every draw from Friday, March 7, to Sunday, March 9
  • Opening Weekend Package ($120-$138) — A single ticket to all draws from Friday, Feb. 28, to Sunday, March 2
  • Weekday Package ($72-$78) — A single ticket to all three draws on either Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday (March 3, 4, 5, or 6)

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

Tickets will be available online at curling.ca/tickets and in-person at the Prospera Place box office during regular business hours. Phone inquiries can be made by calling the box office at 250-762-5050.

Single draw tickets will go on sale in October or November after television and draw schedules have been finalized.

Fans are encouraged to sign up on the Curling Canada Collective to receive updates on tickets as well as volunteer opportunities for the 2025 Brier.

The first entry into the 2025 Montana’s Brier will be decided in nine days as the winner of the 2024 Montana’s Brier, which starts Friday, March 1st in Regina, Sask., will play as Team Canada in Kelowna.