The St. Louis Blues and Enterprise Center have announced a new Clear Bag Policy along with other changes to security efforts for all events. The new policy will go into effect when the building reopens following its third phase of renovations on Tuesday, September 3, 2019 for the John Mayer concert.
To speed up gate access, fans will no longer be required to empty their pockets prior to passing through metal detectors due to upgrades in technology. The facility will also deploy X-Ray machines at key locations throughout the venue. In addition to the upgraded technology, fans are encouraged to not bring bags. If guests wish to bring a bag, it must be clear and meet the criteria below.
The new policy is in line with best practices found at other major entertainment venues, along with new NHL security measures. Individual events may elect to enforce a stricter policy than the arena policy at their discretion. Fans choosing to bring a bag to the arena will be able to bring in the following:
For fans interested in purchasing bags, St. Louis Blues branded clear bags will be available starting on Tuesday, Sept. 3 in the STL Authentics Team Store located at 14th & Clark or online at stlauthentics.com. The store is open Monday - Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Sunday when there are Blues games. To help guests and fans with the transition, booths will be available at entrances outside of the arena for fans to purchase bags the night of an event or game.
Full, Half and Mini Plan Ticket Holders will be provided one clear Blues-branded bag per account. Fans will be asked to return non-approved bags or other prohibited items to their vehicle prior to arena entry.
There are no check-in locations for prohibited bags or items at the arena. For additional information about prohibited items and the new security policy, please visit www.enterprisecenter.com/guest-services.