Ballpark Village AT&T Rooftop tickets on sale Thursday

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) - It could be a busy shopping day for sports lovers in Downtown St. Louis.
Members of Cardinal Nation have been waiting for years for Ballpark Village to be completed. Thursday, they got rewarded with an opportunity to buy tickets to an exclusive and unique view of the action. Seats for the AT&T Rooftop go on sale at 10 a.m.

The all-inclusive tickets include a buffet, bar and reserved seats. These are the same amenities available at exclusive clubs inside Busch Stadium. But on the Rooftop, fans can see the action from above Busch.

Those were not the only tickets to go on sale Thursday. The NCAA Division I Wrestling Tournament may be scheduled for March 2015 at Scottrade Center. But tickets would go on sale at 11 a.m. Thursday. The tournament has sold out in years past. Fans can get AT&T Rooftop tickets at www.cardinals.com. NCAA Division I Wrestling tickets are available exclusively atwww.NCAA.com/wrestling.

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2 comments

  • Ed Golterman

    You did not give the ticket prices nor projected revenue for a day or a weekend or a week. This is a commercial. Time the Cardinals owners stop banking the ticket-tax revenue (at least $5 million a year) they keep on every paid admission to Busch Stadium-Cardinals games, other sporting events and concerts. The people have the right to see these figures since public money pays off the ballpark bonds and interest another 25 years The City has the right to collect it.Paying that revenue to the City is a business responsibility & a civic responsibility. Use it for public safety and infrastructure downtown and some west of Tucker.

  • ByeByeToTheRite

    Well said, Ed!

    I’m wondering why they still haven’t renamed it “Taxpayer Village” as that is what it amounts to: yet another huge tax welfare handout to the wealthiest of the wealthy who need it least, while our schools and infrastructure suffer, which in turn makes them come to us “little people” for more property and sales tax increases. It’s the way business works these days, steal from the poor and the working class, give to the rich.

    I’ve heard next up, there will be tickets available for seats under each sewer opening, as well as in the maintenance areas.

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