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Blues to welcome limited number of ticketed fans to Enterprise Center

by Press Release

Enterprise Center will open its doors to a limited number of ticketed fans, in addition to invited frontline workers, families and friends of players, hockey staff, team employees and essential personnel, starting Tuesday, Feb. 2 when the St. Louis Blues face off against the Arizona Coyotes.

In cooperation with the City of St. Louis Department of Health, the Blues will increase attendance to 1,400 fans for the next set of home games. The success of the team’s implementation of local and NHL safety protocols during the initial homestands this season led to the approval to increase attendee capacity. Future growth in the number of fans at Enterprise Center will be determined by ongoing evaluation of the safety measures and continued improvement in key local COVID-19 metrics.

“Our team looks forward to bringing fans back to enjoy Blues hockey with us in person when we return home,” said St. Louis Blues President of Business Operations and CEO Chris Zimmerman. “Through the partnership with local health officials and the continued compliance of safety protocols by all members of our team and staff, this marks an important step in responsibly returning our dedicated fans to Enterprise Center. We can’t wait to see and hear more of them back in the stands.”

On the Plaza Level of Enterprise Center, fans will be seated in pods of two to four seats. Fans will also be seated on the PNC Premier Level, which includes suites, the Bommarito Automotive Group Lounge and Bull and Bear by Stifel.

Tickets for the Feb. 2-7 games will be made available via presale to season ticket holders beginning Thursday, Jan. 28. Access to the presale will be determined by season ticket holder tenure, contract length and plan type. Season ticket holders will not have access to the same seats held in previous seasons.

The Blues will also continue to show their appreciation for local frontline workers by inviting healthcare workers, first responders, grocery store workers and others to each home game.

To provide a safe and enjoyable environment for all guests, Enterprise Center has implemented operational changes and health and safety protocols. The most important changes to the game day experience include: all tickets are mobile-only; face coverings must be worn at all times; bags are no longer permitted; and Enterprise Center is now a cash-free environment. The complete list of new guidelines and procedures can be found at stlouisblues.com/safety.

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