1401 Clark Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63103
The Scottrade Center opened its doors in 1994, as a state-of-the-art replacement for the historic Kiel Auditorium. The Scottrade Center houses the St. Louis Blues, as well as traveling ice shows, concerts and sporting events, hosting more than 150 events per year.
The facility provides 10,000 additional seats, when compared with its predecessor, Kiel, and can be configured differently for a variety of events. At its largest seating capacity, it can hold up to 22,000 guests.
Going To & Fro
More than 6,000 parking spaces are available for guests within four blocks of the Scottrade Center, including an attached garage that is owned and operated by the City of St. Louis. For those that are driving, the Scottrade Center is easily accessed from highways 64, 40, 55 and 70.
For those taking advantage of the Metro System in St. Louis, the Scottrade Center can easily be accessed via MetroLink light rail at the 14th and Clark station. Metro buses also serve the Scottrade Center, with a stop just one block away at 14th and Spruce. Bus and MetroLink schedules can be viewed at http://www.metrostlouis.org.
Tickets and Tours
Tickets to St. Louis Blues games begin at $43 and are available online and through the Scottrade Center box office.
For a behind-the-scenes view of the Scottrade Center, you may wish to tour the facility. Tours are available on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, when games or events are not in session, at 10 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. Reservations must be made at least two weeks in advance, and tours cost $5 to $8 per person.
The tour provides guests with a look at how transitions are made from ice to events, and a walking tour of a dressing room, a private suit, the Bud Light Zone restaurant and a view of the Scottrade Center from the Penthouse Level.
People with disabilities will find it easy to navigate the Scottrade Center, with all entrances and exits being wheelchair accessible. Additionally, passenger elevators are available near the Scottrade Center Box Office, at the Main Entrance at 14th Street and Clark Avenue.
Five TDD phones are available to guests with disabilities, and assistive listening devices are also available for all events with advance notice.
Seating reserved for people with disabilities is available on all levels of the center.
Where to Stay
If you’re looking to stay downtown, several luxury hotels are available at fair prices, including the St. Louis Union Station Marriot, which adjoins the Union Station shopping mall, providing easy access to restaurants and shopping. The Sheraton St. Louis City Center is just two blocks away and offers on-site dining and an Olympic-sized swimming pool.