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Gameday Guide: Oct. 30 vs. Los Angeles

Fans can wear Halloween costumes, trick-or-treat on concourse

by St. Louis Blues / Press Release

If you have tickets for the game between the St. Louis Blues and Los Angeles Kings on Oct. 30 at Scottrade Center, here is everything you need to know about what is happening at the game. If you haven't secured tickets yet, a limited number are still available online or at the Scottrade Center Box Office.

 

Doors Open

Doors open for the general public beginning at 6 p.m. Season ticket holders may enter at the Express Entrances at the Garage and Atrium entrances beginning at 5:45 p.m. Glass seat ticket holders can enter the building beginning at 5 p.m.

 

Game Time

The puck drops at 7 p.m. The game will be available on Fox Sports Midwest and FOX Sports GO or by listening on KMOX 1120 AM or the NHL App.

 

Trick-or-Treat

Celebrate Halloween a day early! Kids can trick-or-treat throughout the concourse for candy and treats. Trick-or-treating will be available pregame, while supplies last, at the mezzanine sales table outside of Section 303, the community tables at Section 114, between Sections 124-126 and all plaza level retail and food locations.

 

Costumes

Fans are encouraged to wear their Halloween costumes, but there are a few rules. Costumes must be fan and family friendly. No props or other items that are not worn as part of the costume will be allowed. Any costume or item deemed inappropriate, dangerous or as a possible distraction to other guests' ability to enjoy the game will be denied entry. Masks are allowed, but must be removed as you enter the building. They can be worn again once past security checkpoints.

 
Pregame

Join us for the Blue Note Concert Series presented by Tin Roof in Pepsi Plaza. To get you ready for Halloween, Ozzy Tribute Band - Madman's Diary will perform pregame and during intermissions.

 

Blues for Kids Puck Series

Autographed Hockey Halloween Mystery Pucks will be sold to benefit Blues for Kids. Pucks are $40 each, five pucks per purchaser please. Pucks will be available at Section 114 when gates open.

 

Movin' On Up

You can upgrade your seats for tonight's game! Visit "Seat Upgrades" on the NHL Mobile App for details.

 

How Can We Help?

If any issues arise at the game simply text "STC" along with your seat location and issue to 69050 and we will be there to assist.

 

Featured Food

It's not Halloween without Chili Dogs. Stop by the Chef's Table outside Section 304 to make your own dog with house made chili, Eisenberg beef frankfurter, corn chips, shredded cheddar and jack cheeses, pico de gallo and sour cream on a hoagie bun.

 
Now Open

New food offerings are available from some of your St. Louis Favorites. Visit the SugarFire Smokehouse and Hi-Pointe Drive-In Stands at Section 315. Also swing by Kohn's Kosher Cart in Section 111.

 
Gear Up

When you spend $50 at any of the True Blues Authentic Team Stores you will receive a free Blues Fidget Spinner (while supplies last.)

 

You Could Be a Winner!

The St. Louis Blues will be hosting a 50/50 Raffle at home games this season at Scottrade Center. Each fan with a raffle ticket will have a chance to win 50 percent of the collected amount for each game. The winning ticket will be announced in the third period and the winner can report to Guest Services outside Section 110-111 to claim their prize. The raffle benefits Blues for Kids and Blues Alumni.

The winning ticket will be announced in the third period and the winner can report to Guest Services outside Section 110/111 to claim their prize.

 
Skip Traffic

Ride the Metro Link to the game and you can enter to win Blues tickets and Metro Passes. Click here for more details.

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