On Oct. 3, one of the most iconic bands in modern American music, Pearl Jam, will return to St. Louis for the fall leg of its 2014 tour. Witness the band's exciting live show at the Scottrade Center as selections from the band's lengthy discography--including the most recent 2013 release, "Lightning Bolt"--are performed on stage. St. Louis fans won't want to miss the chance to hear Eddie Vedder's incredible vocals in person during this Friday evening arena show.
Scottrade Center Seating Information
Seating for the Pearl Jam St. Louis concert on Oct. 3 is available on the Floor, Mezzanine, and Plaza Levels of the Scottrade Center. There are two distinct options on the Floor Level: a general admission Pit close to the stage, and reserved seating in Sections A-C. In the main seating bowl, you can choose between the Lower Plaza and the Upper Mezzanine Levels. Seats in Sections 101 and 118-126 and Sections 323-334 may offer limited views of the concert because they are on the sides of or behind the stage. Club Level seats and suites are also available for the Pearl Jam concert. The suites generally offer exclusive seats with a wet bar, private bathrooms, and luxury amenities.
Scottrade Center General Information
Traditional concessions, a restaurant, and a bar are available throughout the venue. The Scottrade Center has a no re-entry policy, but a designated smoking area is available near the Plaza Garage entrance. Outside food and beverage, balloons, alcohol, large bags, backpacks, pets, coolers, and air horns are prohibited inside the venue.
Scottrade Center Parking Information
A parking garage with several hundred spots is adjacent to the Scottrade Center. Thousands of other parking spots are located within close proximity to the venue. You should assume you will need to pay for parking when you arrive at your chosen lot.
Scottrade Center Gate Times
Generally Scottrade Center doors open about an hour ahead of a concert's scheduled start time. Pearl Jam is expected to begin its show at 7:30 p.m. CST, but this time may change.