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SCOTRADE CENTER (FORMERLY KNOWN AS SAVVIS CENTER) IS LOCATED ON THE CORNER OF 14TH STREET AND CLARK AVENUE IN DOWNTOWN ST. LOUIS. FROM I-64/US Hwy 40 EASTBOUND: Take the Chestnut at 20th Street Exit. Follow exit to Chestnut Street to parking facilities on the left. Or, from Chestnut, turn right at 18th Street and proceed to parking. FROM I-44 EASTBOUND: Exit at Jefferson Avenue and proceed north to Chouteau Avenue. Turn right at Chouteau, then left at 18th Street, and follow signs to nearby parking facilities. FROM I-55 NORTHBOUND: Take the Downtown Exit to Memorial Drive. From Memorial Drive, turn left at Market Street, then left at Tucker to Clark. At Clark, turn left or right to access area parking. (Turn right at Clark to reach the Savvis Center Garage.) Or, follow signs to other nearby parking facilities. FROM I-70 EASTBOUND: Take the Memorial Drive exit to Market Street. Proceed west on Market Street and turn left at Tucker to Clark. At Clark, turn left or right to access area parking. (Turn right at Clark to reach the Savvis Center Garage.) Or, follow signs to other nearby parking facilities. FROM ILLINOIS: Take I-64 / US 40 westbound to the 9th Street Exit. Turn left on Clark Avenue to access parking facilities along Clark Avenue east of Savvis Center or proceed six blocks to the Savvis Center Garage. Follow signs to reach other nearby parking facilities. (Illinois guests may also exit I-64 at the 21st Street at Market Exit just west of Savvis Center, then proceed east to Savvis Center.)



GUEST PARKING: Approximately 6500 parking spaces are available within 1,800 feet of Scottrade Center, including at 1,270-car garage situated immediately adjacent to the building. In addition, many nearby parking garages and surface lots offer affordable, convenient access to Scottrade Center. "Scottrade Center Parking" signs at the entrances to these parking facilities should help in directing Scottrade Center guests to appropriate parking. Ample street parking is also available. DROP-OFF / PICK-UP: Drop-off and pick-up for guests attending events at Scottrade Center should be made at the 14th Street Entrance at the east end of the building. After an event, 14th Street is closed by the St. Louis Police for



METROLINK TRAIN: A MetroLink station is located directly south of Scottrade Center at 14th Street and Clark Avenue, between the Union Station and Busch Stadium MetroLink stations. For those traveling to Scottrade Center from other MetroLink stations, there are currently more than 2,000 free park-ride spaces along the MetroLink alignment. These include: *North Hanley located between Geiger Avenue and I-270. *UM-St. Louis South located on campus east of East Drive. *Rock Road located at St. Charles Rock Rd and Kingsland. *Wellston located S. of Page Ave. at Plymouth and Kingsland. *Delmar located north of Delmar Blvd at Des Peres. *Forest Park located at DeBaliviere Blvd and Forest Park Pkwy. *5th and Missouri located on 5th St. at Missouri. Information on Metro Link is available at all MetroLink stations and by calling (314) 231-2345 in Missouri (TDD (314) 982-1515) and (618) 271-2345 in Illinois (TDD (618) 875-1200. Special MetroLink passes are available for purchase at Scottrade Center Box Office or by calling (314)622-5400. BI-STATE BUS: Scottrade Center lies along several city bus routes. For more information about bus routes and schedules, please call Bi-State transit information at (314) 231-2345 in Missouri (TDD (314) 982-1515) and (618) 271-2345 in Illinois (TDD (618) 875-1200) or visit them on the web at


Scottrade Center

Hockey fans in St. Louis, Missouri head to the Scottrade Center, where the NHL's St. Louis Blues play home matchups. The Blues have been the superstars of the arena since the 1990s, and there is always some kind of sporting or entertainment action bringing crowds by the thousands to Scottrade Center. Look for St. Louis Blues tickets to upcoming games and head to downtown St. Louis to the Scottrade Center!

Scottrade Center Seating Chart

The Scottrade Center first opened in downtown St. Louis in 1994 as the Kiel Center, replacing the Kiel Auditorium. The St. Louis Blues moved from the St. Louis Arena to the Scottrade Center in 1994, and still call the venue home. Aside from hockey, the Scottrade Center has also hosted several other sports teams over the years, as well as concerts and other events. Check out the St. Louis Blues schedule and see what's coming up at the Scottrade Center!

Scottrade Center Seat Map

Scottrade Center tickets have been big sellers since the mid-1990s, when the venue first opened, and it remains a hotspot in St. Louis still today. The St. Louis Blues bring sold-out crowds to the Scottrade Center for the biggest matchups of the year, and there's always some kind of action taking place at the venue.

Scottrade Center Map

When the St. Louis Blues aren't in season, the Scottrade Center in St. Louis is often filled with other exciting events like concerts, wrestling matches and other sports competitions. The arena has hosted artists ranging from Bon Jovi to the Dixie Chicks, and concert tickets are always big sellers when mainstream artists head to the Scottrade Center. Get tickets from StubHub to upcoming shows and see what's in store at the St. Louis venue!