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Blues Show Off New Details Of This Summer's Scottrade Center Renovations

New seats, new food options, more gathering spaces, a beer garden and new exclusive clubs...

April 10, 2018 - 8:29 am

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) - The St. Louis Blues have been telling us that this summer's renovations at Scottrade Center will be the most "dramatic" or noticeable for fans. That's compared to last year's new massive center-hung video board, updated lighting and renovated bathrooms.

The Blues have posted more details and gave us a peak at what those changes will look like. ,  says 

"It will be significant," Blues President and CEO Chris Zimmerman said, in an article at "The concourse will be redone. We'll continue to bring in new St. Louis food options. This is the summer where you will really say 'this is a new building now.'"

Related story: Blues President Predicts 'Most Dramatic' Scottrade Center Renovations Coming This Summer

The updates include replacing every seat in the upper bowl (Mezzanine level), the True Blues Authentic Team Store will be moved to a new location and nearly double in size, and there will be new gathering spaces for fans to try new food and drink options from local favorites like SugarFire BBQ, Hi-Pointe Drive-In, Byrd & Barrel and Lion's Choice.

14th Street Beer Garden

Rendering of planned 14th Street Beer Garden at Scottrade Center.
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Sports Bar on Mezzanine Level

Rendering of planned sports bar and gathering space in Scottrade Center.
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Another major update will be the additon of the 14th Street Beer Garden and Neighborhood, it will be "a homage to the rich beer brewing history of St. Louis." And above that, at the Mezzanine level will be a new sports bar and gathering space, overlooking 14th and Clark. Both will be accessible for all fans. 

Click here to watch a video with Blues executive vice president Brett Hull describing all the renovations

The Ledge

Rendering of planned The Ledge seating and tables at Scottrade Center.
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There will be two new club-seating options added. One is called The Legde and will be similar to the the Theatre Boxes that were added last offseason. Then on the opposide side of the bowl, some of the north-side seating will be taken out to create new Terrace Seats which will be "lower-priced tickets" that come pre-loaded with $25 for food and beverage offerings anywhere in the building.

Clark Avenue Club

Rendering of planned Clark Avenue Club at Scottrade Center.
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Rinkside Club

Rendering of planned Rinkside Club at Scottrade Center.
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There will also be more private clubs created for fans with club-level and glass seats. The area that is currently the administartion offices of Scottrade will be a new Rinkside Club, available for any Club Seat or Glass Seat ticket holder. And inside that club will be the even more exclusive Pub '67 for fans with Glass Seat Row A tickets. It will feature multiple bars and with chef-attended food stations. 

For more deatails about the renovations, head to