ST. LOUIS – The Blues and NHL will bring its Stanley Cup Final Game 6 watch party to Market Street on Sunday.
It’s free and open to the public. A ticket is not required for entry. Anyone who is not going to the game is welcome to stay to watch Game 6 on three giant television screens.
But the party was at capacity before the game even started. As of 5:45 p.m., people were not being allowed into the party along Market Street although hundreds of people remained in line.
The event will have food and beverages – including water, soft drinks and beer. There will also be official Stanley Cup Final and Blues merchandise on site from STL Authentics.
The gates open at 3 p.m. and there will be a DJ on stage, at 7 p.m. the puck drops and the watch party begins.
In the event of potential unfavorable weather conditions, staff members of the NHL, St. Louis Blues, St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department and St. Louis Fire Department will consult with the National Weather Service to determine the course of action for attendees of the Stanley Cup Final Party.
If clearing of the area is deemed necessary, communication to attendees will be messaged on the big screens at the event along with announcements via the concert stage over the PA system and social media. Attendees will be instructed to vacate the area through the four exits of the Stanley Cup Final Party and directed to seek shelter or return to their cars.
To attend the 2019 Stanley Cup Final Party, all fans will need to enter the event grounds by passing through a security checkpoint. Downtown will be busy and you will want to allow extra time to arrive at the festivities early!
Beginning May 29 until at least Sunday, June 9
The two westbound lanes of Clark Avenue between 14th Street and 16th Street will be closed and driving will be restricted to one westbound land and one eastbound lane for all traffic
Short term parking for those wishing to visit STL Authentics for St. Louis Blues apparel will be done on Clark west of the parking cutout on the street
Street closures will be in effect beginning June 8 through the end of the event at the following locations:
Market Street between Tucker and 14th Street
Chestnut between Tucker and 13th Street
13th Street between Pine and Market
Kauffman Park and Poelker Park
All lanes of 14th Street between Clark Avenue and Market Street will be closed on June 9.
What You Can Bring:
- Guests may bring in bags that do not exceed 14" x 14" x 6", including soft-sided coolers. Backpacks are prohibited. All persons entering the area, and their possessions, are subject to inspection and security screening.
- Guests may bring their own food & drinks, but guests should consider the bag policy above when deciding what food to bring.
- Non-alcoholic beverages including water and soda in factory sealed clear plastic containers no larger than 2 liters are allowed.
- Folding Lawn-Chairs
- Strollers and wagons
- Weather appropriate gear (no umbrellas)
For full details from the Blues, click here.
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