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LIVE NATION BOOKS AN EXCLUSIVE

Live Nation has inked an exclusive booking deal with the Saint Louis Music Park, a 4,500-seat outdoor venue in Maryland Heights, MO. The announcement was made by the St. Louis Legacy Ice Foundation and the City of Maryland Heights. Set to open on 5/25 with Kesha and special guest Big Freedia, the concert venue will feature acts like The Struts, David Gray, Michael Stanley and 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. Maryland Heights Mayor, Mike Moeller, adds, “We’re proud to have Live Nation as our booking partner in the outdoor plaza and amphitheater.”

As part of the Centene Community Ice Center, the venue will make the seasonal transition from skating rink to concert venue for the spring and summer season. In addition, it will host community events, food and beer festivals, family entertainment, and a variety of children’s programming.

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. For more information, click here.

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