Like it or not, winter has arrived, bringing with it snowy sidewalks and frosty air. While the colder weather can make commutes and dressing for the outdoors a little complicated, it brings with it some wonderful things too. From skating to cozy warm drinks, there's lots to enjoy about this snowy season. Soon, you'll be able to enjoy another winter activity that will warm your heart on even the coldest day. Toronto's Blue Jays Winter Fest is transforming the Rogers Centre into a winter wonderland, and it looks so magical.

For two days only, the ballpark will turn into a snowy oasis filled with all sorts of fun activities.

The Blue Jays Winter Fest is opening for its third year from January 18 to January 19, 2020. The festivities kick off at 10 a.m. and end at 5 p.m.

The Rogers Centre will be turned into a winterized park for you and your friends to explore.

You'll get to enjoy live entertainment, player appearances, guided ballpark tours, historic memorabilia, and more.

Visit the winter carnival to try your hand at some games, or hop on one of the rides.

Glide across the skating rink, and fill up on some tasty snacks that will be available.

Take a tour through the ballpark, and meet some past and present team players.

So far, Bo Bichette, Randal Grichuk, Ken Giles, Roberto Alomar, Pat Hentgen, and Cito Gaston have confirmed attendance.

The first 12,000 fans to enter the festival each day will receive a free Blue Jaystoque.

Ticket prices are $20 for adults per day and $5 for children age two to fourteen. You can buy tickets in advance online.

This event is the perfect place to celebrate both winter and baseball this season.

The festival is one of many wintry celebrations happening in Toronto. You can visit places such as Canada's Wonderland WinterFest or the Aurora Winter Festival for more snow-filled fun.

Blue JaysWinter Fest

Price: $20 per adult

When: January 18, 2020 - January 19, 2020

Address: 1 Blue Jays Way, Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: Party the winter away with one of Toronto's favourite teams at this snowy festival.

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