Ballpark Village revises dress code to “Baseball Casual”

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Some Cardinal fans were wary of Ballpark Village’s dress code requirements. Now, there is no need to fret. The entertainment venue says the new dress code is best described as “baseball casual.” Fans may wear jerseys and hats any time.

Ballpark Village is set to open tonight with a free concert by Third Eye Blind at 9pm. Visit STLBallparkVillage.com for more information.

This is part of a statement from the ballpark released Wednesday, “While Ballpark Village itself does not have a dress code, individual businesses operating within the district do as a part of their standard codes of conduct, and will be published on their individual websites.” See the full statement here.

Ballpark Village Grand Opening Events Schedule

Thursday, March 27th

  • 5 PM – Opening Ceremony
  • 6 PM – Private VIP Party
  • 9 PM – FREE Concert by National Recording Artist Third Eye Blind on the FOX Sports Midwest Live! Stage

Friday, March 28th

  • 11 AM – Open for Lunch: Cardinals Nation, FOX Sports Midwest Live!, Budweiser Brew House & Drunken Fish
  • 5-7 PM – Founders VIP Event honoring the Construction Workers

Saturday, March 29th

  • 6-8:30 PM – Cardinals Nation Restaurant Grand Opening Ceremony & Private Party
  • 7 PM – St. Louis Blues Hockey Watch Party in FOX Sports Midwest Live!
  • 8:30 – 10 PM – Budweiser Brew House Grand Opening
  • 8:30 PM – Fireworks Display over Busch Stadium

Sunday, March 30th

  • 11 AM-5 PM – Ballpark Village Family Fun Event
  • 9PM-1AM – Red Bull Hospitality Party

Monday, March 31st

  • 11 AM – FOX Sports Midwest Live! Grand Opening
  • 3:10 PM – Cardinals Season Opener Watch Party at FOX Sports Midwest Live!

Thursday, April 3rd

  • 6 PM – Throwback Thursday Debut at FOX Sports Midwest Live!

Friday, April 4th

  • 5-7 PM – Inaugural Fridays on Clark featuring Dr. Zhivegas
  • 9 PM – PBR St. Louis – A Cowboy Bar Grand Opening Party
  • 9 PM – The Barn at PBR St. Louis Grand Opening Party

Monday, April 7th – Opening Day in St. Louis

  • 10 AM – Cardinals Nation Museum & Hall of Fame Grand Opening
  • Noon – Opening Day Rally on Busch II Infield & Ballpark Village Lot

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