ST. LOUIS - Greek Fire will perform their hit song "A Real Life" from ice level just before the St. Louis Blues host the Dallas Stars in the home opener at 7 p.m. on Saturday night at Scottrade Center.
The band, which consists of Philip "Moon" Sneed, Ryan Phillips, Mark Joseph Roth and Johnny Venus, was formed in St. Louis and released a full studio album - Deus Ex Machina - in 2011. Greek Fire also released an EP - Lost - in 2014.
Their current single, Coming Out of the Rain, is available now.
In addition, That 80's Band will perform on the main concourse at Scottrade Center between Sections 120-126 beginning at 5 p.m. on Saturday. The home opener will also feature performances by the Show Me Arts Academy Choir, Victor Ribas of local band Hurt and Freedom Percussion - a St. Louis-based performing arts group.
Retired Petty Officer Generald Wilson will perform the national anthem accompanised by violinist Abigail Stalschmidt, who has recorded with the Trans-Siberian Orchestra.
For more information on the pregame events surrounding Saturday's home opener, click here.
Tickets for the Home Opener are available at the Scottrade Center Box Office and online at ticketmaster.com.