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Let’s Go Oilers! Community Rally gives fans a chance to cheer on their team

Community spirit will be on display as the Battle of Alberta comes to Edmonton for Games three and four of the series early this week.
Edmontonians are encouraged to come to Sir Winston Churchill Square Tuesday at noon for a community rally to cheer on the Oilers. Photo supplied.

The City is encouraging Edmontonians to wear orange, get loud and prepare to rally in the Square to celebrate the Edmonton Oilers in Round 2, Game 4 of the Stanley Cup playoffs.

​Mayor Amarjeet Sohi, Councillors, Oilers Alumni, and fans will gather this upcoming Tuesday in Sir Winston Churchill Square for giveaways and a chance to cheer on the Oilers' playoff journey with the rest of the city. Fans are encouraged to put their Oilers spirit on display for a chance to win one of two pairs of tickets to Tuesday’s game.

It's all happening Tuesday, May 24 from noon to 1 p.m. at Sir Winston Churchill Square in downtown Edmonton.  The community rally is made possible by the City of Edmonton, Oilers Entertainment Group and the Edmonton Downtown Business Association.

Watch the Oilers home games in Sir Winston Churchill Square

Join Oilers fans of all ages in Sir Winston Churchill Square to watch the ‘Battle of Alberta’ on a large screen. Bring your lawn chairs and cheer on the Oilers at these free family-friendly, alcohol-free viewing parties, which will be offered for Oilers’ home games only: 

Sunday, May 22 – Game 3 start time: 6 p.m.

Tuesday, May 24 – Game 4 start time: 7:30 p.m.

Saturday, May 28 – Game 6 start time: TBD (if required)

Food trucks will be on site. 

Sir Winston Churchill Square is easily accessible by bus and LRT. Visit for route and schedule information.