Saint Louis Music Park Opens on May 25th, 2020
Today, Live Nation Entertainment, the world’s leading live entertainment company, announced an exclusive booking deal for the region’s latest concert venue, Saint Louis Music Park. Unveiled today by the St. Louis Legacy Ice Foundation and the City of Maryland Heights, the 4,500 seat, multipurpose outdoor concert venue is part of the Centene Community Ice Center, the practice home of 2019 Stanley Cup Champion St. Louis Blues, located in Maryland Heights, MO.
Saint Louis Music Park is set to open on May 25, 2020 with superstar Kesha and special guest Big Freedia, and will feature world-renowned acts The Struts, Barenaked Ladies, David Gray, Michael Stanley, and many more throughout its debut season.
“Saint Louis Music Park is a fantastic addition to the portfolio of amazing venues in the region,” said David Gerardi, President of Live Nation St. Louis. “We’re excited to partner with Saint Louis Music Park to continue to bring more world-class musical acts to fans across St. Louis.”
“We’re proud to have Live Nation as our booking partner in the outdoor plaza and amphitheater,” said Maryland Heights Mayor Mike Moeller. “Over the last couple years, we’ve been working together to develop and fund amenities that create a unique and high-quality venue for Live Nation’s concerts, as well as community events like farmer’s markets, local concerts, family movie nights and much more. Our efforts set the Centene Community Ice Center apart from other attractions not only in St. Louis, but nationwide.”
Located as part of the covered outdoor ice arena, Saint Louis Music Park will make the seasonal transition from skating rink to concert venue for the spring and summer season. The venue features covered pavilion seating, a beer garden, an all-weather artificial lawn, and lake providing guests a park-like setting. In addition to the many concerts, the venue will host community events, food and beer festivals, family entertainment, and a variety of children’s programming.
“As we worked with the City of Maryland Heights to create a regional ice sports facility, it was apparent that our community needed a weather-protected, outdoor venue that could host concerts, children’s events, arts & crafts fairs, community programs in an affordable, right-sized environment. Saint Louis Music Park delivers that and more,” shared Patrick Quinn, Chairman of St. Louis Legacy Ice Foundation.
As part of its agreement with Legacy Ice Foundation to operate the Centene Community Ice Center, Spectra will manage the facility and concessions at the St. Louis Music Park. Job fairs will be taking place on Saturday, Feb. 8th from 9am-1pm, Tuesday, March 3rd from 3pm-7pm and Saturday, March 28th from 9am-1pm. Positions being filled include guest service attendants, supervisors, security, concessionaires, cooks and maintenance crew. For more information visit www.centenecommunityicecenter.com.
“Spectra is hiring nearly 100 new employees to work at the Centene Community Ice Center in this final phase of our new facility. The open-aired amphitheater reminds the community that we bring more than hockey to Maryland Heights. Working alongside Live Nation has been a thrill and we are looking forward to our first spring season of concerts,” said Lance Rosenberg, General Manager, Centene Community Ice Center.
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About Live Nation Entertainment:
Live Nation Entertainment (NYSE:LYV) is the world’s leading live entertainment company comprised of global market leaders: Ticketmaster, Live Nation Concerts and Live Nation Sponsorship. For additional information, visit www.livenationentertainment.com.
About The St. Louis Blues
The St. Louis Blues have been a part of the NHL since 1967. During more than 50 years of operation, the organization has established itself as one of the premier professional sports franchises in the country. With nine division titles, a Presidents’ Trophy and more than 20 former team members enshrined in the Hockey Hall of Fame, the Blues have etched one of the most storied histories in the NHL. Through their history, the Blues have hosted more than 35 million fans and invested millions in the St. Louis community via Blues for Kids, the team’s charitable foundation.
About St. Louis Legacy Ice Foundation
The St. Louis Legacy Ice Foundation was founded to provide the St. Louis region – with an emphasis on youth – with the opportunity to develop their skills in ice sports in setting that foster personal growth and excellence. The Centene Community Ice Center is our “flagship” facility ensures that our region will attract major ice sport events and tournaments, contributing to economic development and job creation, with the resulting effect of strengthening ice sports across our region. In these and related endeavors, we champion the value inherent in ice sports: commitment, good sportsmanship, teamwork, personal integrity, and respect for others and self.
About Maryland Heights
Maryland Heights is home to more than 27,000 residents and 1,600 businesses, making it a major employment center for the region. The city is also a hospitality and entertainment destination, hosting over 3,800 hotel rooms and numerous dining, recreation and entertainment opportunities Maryland Heights is a great place to live, work and visit.
Spectra is an industry leader in hosting and entertainment, partnering with clients to create memorable experiences for millions of visitors every year. Spectra’s unmatched blend of integrated services delivers incremental value for clients through several primary areas of expertise: Venue Management, Food Services & Hospitality, and Partnerships. Learn more atSpectraExperiences.com. Follow Spectra on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn.
For Live Nation
John Canavera, [email protected], 314-657-4900
For the St. Louis Legacy Ice Foundation
Patrick Quinn, [email protected], 314-619-9929
For the City of Maryland Heights
Gabrielle Macaluso, [email protected], 314-738-2204
Jenna Mueller, [email protected], 213-378-2859
For St. Louis Blues
Dan O’Neill, [email protected], 314-622-5401