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No Ticket? No Problem!

For most in this city, there always will be a warm place in their hearts for the name Gloria. And just as fans are coming off a thrilling Stanley Cup victory and celebration, we have another major hockey event to get ready for in the STL: The NHL All-Star Game Jan. 25. If you couldn’t snag a ticket, there are still plenty of ways to be part of the festivities!

NHL Fan Fair
St. Louis Union Station will get the transformation of a lifetime from Jan. 23-26. NHL Fan Fair will offer games, attractions, special appearances, displays, TV and radio broadcasts and more! Fans age 3 and up require a ticket; all activities are included in the price of admission: $10-$12 Thurs. & Fri., $16-$18 Sat. & Sun.
Jan. 23:  3 – 10p (Mascot Showdown @ 5 & 7p)
Jan. 24:  3 – 10p
Jan. 25:  10a – 7p (Mascot Showdown @ 12 & 2p)
Jan. 26:  10a – 4p (Mascot Showdown @ 12 & 2p)

Jan. 24
Mini 1 v 1 Shootout:  10a, Centene Community Ice Center
Learn-to-Play Skills Jamboree:  11:30a, Winterfest Rink in Kiener Plaza
All-Star Friday Night:  3:30p, 14th & Market streets (O.A.R. concert & red carpet arrivals)

Jan. 25
All-Star 5K:  9a, Downtown (registration required)
Black Hockey History Tour Truck:  10a -7p, Kiener Plaza
Learn-to-Play Skills Jamboree:  Noon, Winterfest Rink in Kiener Plaza
All-Star Pregame Event:  4p, 14th & Market streets

Beer & Food
Every restaurant in the area will have the game on the big screen. (Puck drops at 7 p.m.!)
Ballpark Village: A 40-foot screen; enough said
Center Ice Brewery: It’s all hockey, all the time. 
Three Sixty: Great views, fun vibe
Schlafly Tap Room: A classic choice
The Midwestern: Good food, good drinks
The Wheelhouse: A perfect spot to hang out with friends over brews

Cheer on Ryan O’Reilly, Alex Pietrangelo, David Perron and Jordan Binnington as they represent our hometown team on the ice!

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