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What's new at Enterprise Center

See what's new at Enteprise Center for the 2019-20 season

by St. Louis Blues / Press Release

Hockey season is here, and Enterprise Center has re-opened after another summer of renovations.

Make sure you are up-to-date with all of the new things to see, eat and experience while at Enterprise Center!

Clear Bag Policy: Enterprise Center has implemented a new Clear Bag Policy. Fans are encouraged to not bring bags to the arena, but if they do, all bags must be clear and follow policy guidelines. All bags must be clear plastic, vinyl or PVC and can not exceed 12" x 6" x 12". One-gallon clear plastic freezer bags (Ziploc bag or similar) will be allowed. An exception will be made for medically-necessary items after thorough proper inspection at a gate designated for this purpose. Small clutches/wallets are allowed and do not have to be clear but must not exceed 4.5" x 6.5". For more details, click here.

Speedy Entry: With upgraded technology, and to speed up entrance at all gates, fans will no longer be required to empty their pockets prior to passing through metal detectors.

Sensory Inclusive: Enterprise Center has partnered with KultureCity to be a sensory inclusive venue! Sensory bags which include fidget tools, noise cancelling headphones, and more are available at Guest Services at Portal 18 for every St. Louis Blues game and upcoming events!

Grab 'n Go: For a quicker bite or sip on the go, fans will find a selection of beer, wine, seltzers, soft and energy drinks, sweet and salty snacks, and ready-made sandwiches, protein packs and salads from Schnucks. Grab 'n Go is located at Portal 15 on the Plaza Level.

STL Kitchen Value Items: Available at all Blues games and family shows, fans now can choose from an array of arena favorites in value sizes from $4 to $8. Options include chicken tenders, hot dogs, popcorn, nachos, water, soft drinks and select domestic beer. Items are available at concession stands at Portals 3 and 15 on the Plaza Level, Portal 31 on the Mezzanine, 3 Stripes Pizza & Provisions (Portal 15) and The Barn (Portal 41).

Pardon Our Dust: Escalator renovations have begun as Phase Three of updating Enterprise Center continues! One escalator outside Portal 17 and both escalators outside Portal 5 will be open to fans during events. To access the Club Level, fans will need to use the escalator located outside Portal 26. To ease traffic flow, all stairwells are open and marked to help navigate the arena. For more information, click here.

Ready to Shop: Check out all new product at every STL Authentics location including brand new Stanley Cup Champions product, '90s inspired apparel and All-Star game gear. New customization options for your blue jean jacket are available with All-Star, banner raising, and vintage patches.

New Way to Experience the Game: Visit the Blues For Kids section outside of Portal 15 to try out the Blues 360 Virtual Reality Experience sponsored by Children's Hospital. Choose from two options that take you behind the scenes of a Blues game. Fans can join the Blues during their pregame warmups/postgame interviews and listen in as John Kelly breaks down the anatomy of a goal.

Your Lucky Night: This season, fans can purchase 50/50 raffle tickets in the Blues for Kids section across from Portal 15. At the end of each regular season game one lucky fan will take home half of that night's pot.

Become Part of the Blues Family: Want to join the Blues family? Stop by the table at Portal 6 at any home game to get more details and meet with staff.

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