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Scottrade
Scottrade
Center is a 18,724-seat[1] arena located in downtown St. Louis, Missouri, United States. It is the home of the St. Louis
St. Louis
Blues of the National Hockey League. The arena opened in 1994 and was known as Kiel Center until 2000 and Savvis Center from 2000 to 2006. The current name comes from financial firm Scottrade, based in St. Louis, who purchased naming rights in 2006. While it was anticipated the Arena
Arena
would be renamed TD Ameritrade Center following their purchase of Scottrade, TD Ameritrade President and CEO, Tim Hockey, stated they are no longer pursuing the name change and will instead sell the naming rights back. There are no name changes planned until 2018.[10] Besides ice hockey, the arena features a range of programming, including professional wrestling, concerts, ice shows, family shows, and other sporting events. It hosts approximately 175 events per year, drawing nearly 2 million guests annually. For the first quarter 2006, Scottrade
Scottrade
Center ranked second among arenas in the United States and fourth worldwide in tickets sold. Industry trade publication Pollstar ranks Scottrade
Scottrade
Center among the top ten arenas worldwide in tickets sold to non-team events. The largest crowd to attend an event at the arena was 22,612, which happened twice during the 2007 Missouri
Missouri
Valley Conference Tournament, known as "Arch Madness".[11] The arena is frequently selected by the NCAA for championship events, and played host to the NCAA Frozen Four
Frozen Four
Hockey Championships in April 2007, the NCAA Women’s Final Four Basketball
Basketball
Championships in 2009, and the NCAA Wrestling Championships in 2000, 2004, 2005, 2008, 2009, 2012, and 2015. The building is operated by SLB Acquisition Holdings LLC, owner of the St. Louis
St. Louis
Blues, under its chairman, Tom Stillman.[12]

Contents

1 History

1.1 Seating capacity

2 Tenants 3 Events

3.1 Sports 3.2 MMA & Boxing 3.3 Concerts 3.4 Wrestling

4 References 5 External links

History[edit] Kiel Center opened in 1994 to replace Kiel Auditorium, where the Saint Louis University college basketball team had played, which was torn down in December 1992. The Blues had played in the St. Louis
St. Louis
Arena prior to moving into Kiel Center in 1994; however, they would not play in the arena until January 1995 due to the lockout that delayed the start of the 1994-95 season. The first professional sports match was played by the St. Louis
St. Louis
Ambush, an indoor soccer team. The building is currently known as Scottrade
Scottrade
Center, after naming rights were sold in September 2006 to Scottrade. The Kiel name still exists on the adjoining parking structure and the building cornerstone. Signs for the nearby MetroLink stop have been changed to read "Civic Center", since the building has been renamed three times in its short history. The Opera House portion of the building was not razed when the original Auditorium was but remained closed since 1992, as members of Civic Progress, Inc., who promised to pay for the renovation of the Opera House, reneged on that promise, while opposing all outside efforts to achieve that renovation. In June 2009, the St. Louis
St. Louis
Board of Aldermen voted 25-1 to subsidize the renovation and reopening of the Opera House under the direction of its new owners, Sports Capital Partners (who also own the Blues). The subsidies were funded by municipal bonds and state/federal historic tax credits. On July 12, 2010, it was announced that the name of the opera house would be changed to the Peabody Opera House, named after the company Peabody Energy. On October 1, 2011, the Peabody Opera House
Peabody Opera House
opened for the first time since the $79 million renovation. Blues management decried its former naming-rights deal with tech company SAVVIS, as much of the compensation was in Savvis shares, then riding high. However, when the tech bubble burst, the team was left with nearly worthless shares.[13] In September 2006, Scottrade
Scottrade
founder Rodger O. Riney and chief marketing officer Chris Moloney announced a partnership with the St. Louis Blues hockey club and arena. The new name of the arena, Scottrade
Scottrade
Center, was revealed in a joint press conference. Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but were described as "long-term and significant," by Moloney. Both Scottrade
Scottrade
and the Blues said the agreement was "equitable" to both parties. Most of the signage and other promotions were changed to Scottrade
Scottrade
Center prior to the first home game of the Blues on October 12, 2006. The Sports Business Journal in March 2007 described it as "one of the fastest naming rights deals in history." In Fall 2006, an integrated LED
LED
scoring, video and advertising system from Daktronics
Daktronics
in Brookings, South Dakota
Brookings, South Dakota
was installed in the arena, along with 1,075 feet (328 m) of 360° ribbon display technology. The centerhung display is made up of 12 different video displays and four 15 feet (4.6 m)-long ribbon displays.[14] On May 22, 2011, Bon Jovi
Bon Jovi
set an attendance record for the venue with their Bon Jovi
Bon Jovi
Live Tour with 20,648 in attendance.[15] Scottrade
Scottrade
announced on October 24, 2016 that it was being sold to TD Ameritrade for $4 billion. Once the deal is closed, Scottrade
Scottrade
Center was to become the TD Ameritrade Center in a naming rights deal set to run until 2021.[16] However, less than a year later, TD Ameritrade announced that it would give back its naming rights upon the closure of the Scottrade
Scottrade
acquisition.[17] Seating capacity[edit] The seating capacity for hockey has gone as follows:

Years Capacity

1994–2000 19,260[18]

2000–2007 19,022[18]

2007–2017 19,150[19]

2017–present 18,724[1]

Tenants[edit] It is the home of the St. Louis
St. Louis
Blues hockey franchise. A number of other events are scheduled throughout the year, such as concerts, ice shows, circuses and similar large gatherings. Former tenants of Scottrade
Scottrade
Center include the Saint Louis Billikens men's basketball team from Saint Louis University, St. Louis
St. Louis
Vipers roller hockey team, St. Louis
St. Louis
Ambush and St. Louis
St. Louis
Steamers indoor soccer teams, the St. Louis
St. Louis
Stampede arena football team, and the River City Rage indoor football team. Events[edit]

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Sports[edit]

Every March, starting in 1995, the Scottrade
Scottrade
Center has hosted "Arch Madness", the men's basketball conference tournament for the Missouri Valley Conference. Hosts the annual "Braggin' Rights" men's college basketball game between the universities of Illinois and Missouri. The PBR has hosted a Built Ford Tough Series
Built Ford Tough Series
(formerly Bud Light Cup) event at this venue annually since 1997. 1997 Conference USA
Conference USA
men's basketball tournament. Hosts the Mid-States Club Hockey Association
Mid-States Club Hockey Association
Challenge Cup and Wickenheiser Cup finals for high school hockey teams in St. Louis 1998 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball
Basketball
Tournament Midwest Regional Women's Final Four in 2001 and 2009 Hosted the 2006 State Farm U.S. Figure Skating
Figure Skating
Championships in January 2006, which was used as the primary means to select the United States Figure Skating
Figure Skating
team for the 2006 Winter Olympics. Scottrade
Scottrade
Center hosted the 2007 Frozen Four
Frozen Four
college ice hockey tournament on April 5 and April 7, 2007. 2014 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball
Basketball
Tournament 2nd round & Regional Quarterfinals NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships
NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships
host in 2000, 2004, 2005, 2008, 2009, 2012, 2015 and 2017 Hosts yearly NBA preseason games. The most recent game took place on October 24, 2014, between the Chicago Bulls
Chicago Bulls
and the Minnesota Timberwolves. 2016 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball
Basketball
Tournament 1st round & Regional Quarterfinals In 2018, the Scottrade
Scottrade
Center hosted the Southeastern Conference Men's Basketball
Basketball
Tournament for the first time in the center's history.

MMA & Boxing[edit]

Hosted the Cory Spinks
Cory Spinks
vs. Zab Judah
Zab Judah
undisputed welterweight title fight in 2005. At Bellator 157 on June 25, 2016, Michael Chandler won the Bellator Lightweight Championship by knocking out Patricky Freire, and former UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Quinton Jackson
Quinton Jackson
edged Olympic gold medalist judoka Satoshi Ishii
Satoshi Ishii
on points.

Concerts[edit]

Billy Joel
Billy Joel
– October 15, 1994, December 10, 1999, April 25, 2007 and April 11, 2014, with Gavin DeGraw Frank Sinatra
Frank Sinatra
– October 21, 1994 (his last ever concert stop to St. Louis, his last words to the crowd were, "I will see you again, I promise".) Ariana Grande
Ariana Grande
– October 4, 2015, with Prince Royce
Prince Royce
and WhoIsFancy for the Honeymoon Tour Eric Clapton
Eric Clapton
– October 27, 1994, with Jimmie Vaughan
Jimmie Vaughan
& The Tilt–A–Whirl Band, April 3, 1998, with Distant Cousins, July 22, 2001, with Doyle Bramhall II
Doyle Bramhall II
& Smokestack and September 18, 2006, with The Robert Cray
Robert Cray
Band Nine Inch Nails
Nine Inch Nails
– February 15, 1995, with The Melvins
Melvins
and Pop Will Eat Itself, October 14, 2005, with Queens of the Stone Age
Queens of the Stone Age
and Autolux and August 8, 2008 with A Place to Bury Strangers The Eagles – April 5, 1995, June 6, 2003, September 20, 2008 and October 24, 2013, with JD & The Straight Shot Queensrÿche
Queensrÿche
– April 30, 1995, with Type O Negative Page & Plant – May 6, 1995, with The Tragically Hip
The Tragically Hip
and June 7, 1998 Vince Gill
Vince Gill
– September 22, 1995, with Patty Loveless Ricky Skaggs
Ricky Skaggs
– October 6, 1995 Michael W. Smith
Michael W. Smith
– February 22, 1996 and November 20, 2002, with Third Day The Red Hot Chili Peppers
Red Hot Chili Peppers
– March 18, 1996, with The Toadies
Toadies
and Spacehog, May 7, 2003, with Queens of the Stone Age
Queens of the Stone Age
and The Mars Volta, January 15, 2007, with Gnarls Barkley
Gnarls Barkley
and May 25, 2012, with Little Dragon Bob Seger
Bob Seger
& The Silver Bullet Band – March 19, 1996, with Kevin Welch, December 4, 2006, with Eric Church, December 9, 2011, with Whitey Morgan and the 78's, April 4, 2013, with Joe Walsh
Joe Walsh
and December 13, 2014, with The J. Geils Band Rod Stewart
Rod Stewart
– March 29, 1996, April 16, 2004, May 1, 2007 and June 6, 2014, with Santana AC/DC
AC/DC
– April 1, 1996, with The Poor, September 5, 2000, with Slash's Snakepit
Slash's Snakepit
and January 13, 2009, with The Answer, February 20, 2016 KISS – July 2, 1996, with Alice in Chains
Alice in Chains
and April 15, 1997 Neil Diamond
Neil Diamond
– July 6, 1996, December 4, 1998, November 12, 2001, December 11, 2005 and November 2, 2008 George Clinton & The P–Funk All–Stars – September 12, 1996 The Smashing Pumpkins
The Smashing Pumpkins
– October 2, 1996 Melissa Etheridge
Melissa Etheridge
– October 5, 1996 Garth Brooks
Garth Brooks
– October 10–12, 1996 and December 4–7, 2014, with Trisha Yearwood Rush – October 31, 1996, September 22, 2012, and May 14, 2015 Phish
Phish
– November 15, 1996, with John Popper John Michael Montgomery
John Michael Montgomery
– November 30, 1996 Toni Braxton
Toni Braxton
– January 15, 1997, with Kenny G Metallica
Metallica
– February 4, 1997, with Corrosion of Conformity, September 25, 2004, with Godsmack
Godsmack
and November 17, 2008, with Down and The Sword Phil Collins
Phil Collins
– April 11, 1997 Prince & The New Power Generation – June 27, 1997, November 28, 2000 and May 5, 2004 Fleetwood Mac
Fleetwood Mac
– November 17, 1997, August 15, 2003, May 5, 2009 and March 27, 2015 Elton John
Elton John
– January 24, 1998, May 5, 2003, with Billy Joel
Billy Joel
and May 14, 2009, with Billy Joel Yanni
Yanni
– February 10, 1998 and June 1, 2003 The Backstreet Boys
Backstreet Boys
– July 26, 1998, with Aaron Carter
Aaron Carter
and November 17, 1999 The Beastie Boys
Beastie Boys
– August 8, 1998, with A Tribe Called Quest
A Tribe Called Quest
and Money Mark Matchbox 20 – August 22, 1998, with Soul Asylum, March 21, 2001, with Everclear and Lifehouse and April 27, 2003, with Sugar Ray
Sugar Ray
and Maroon 5 Brooks & Dunn – August 29, 1998, with Reba McEntire, Terri Clark and David Kersh The Family Values Tour – October 23, 1998 and October 10, 1999 Alan Jackson
Alan Jackson
& The Strayhorns – February 12, 1999, with Sara Evans, Andy Griggs, Chad Brock and Clint Daniels, April 3, 2004, with Martina McBride
Martina McBride
and March 27, 2009, with Blake Shelton Luciano Pavarotti
Luciano Pavarotti
– February 21, 1999 Alanis Morissette
Alanis Morissette
– March 14, 1999, with Garbage JAY Z
JAY Z
– March 31, 1999, with DMX and Method Man & Redman and October 23, 2004, with R. Kelly NSYNC
NSYNC
– April 2, 1999, with Divine and Tatyana Ali
Tatyana Ali
and June 28 and November 19, 2000, with Sisqó and P!nk The Solid Rock 'n' Roll Show – April 10, 1999 R. Kelly
R. Kelly
– May 29, 1999, with Foxy Brown and Nas, December 21, 2007, with Keyshia Cole and J. Holiday
J. Holiday
and January 6, 2008, with Keyshia Cole David Lee Roth
David Lee Roth
– July 13, 1999 Master P
Master P
– August 13, 1999, with Mystikal Cher
Cher
– September 2, 1999, with Michael McDonald and Julio Iglesias, Jr., July 15, 2002, with Cyndi Lauper, October 4, 2003, with Tommy Drake and June 4, 2014, with Cyndi Lauper Celine Dion
Celine Dion
– October 3, 1999, with Corey Hart and February 4, 2009 The Cash Money Millionaires – October 17, 1999, with Juvenile and Eve ZZ Top
ZZ Top
– October 29, 1999, with Lynyrd Skynyrd
Lynyrd Skynyrd
and The Screamin' Cheetah Wheelies Bette Midler
Bette Midler
– November 22, 1999 and December 15, 2003 TLC – November 28, 1999 Ricky Martin
Ricky Martin
– December 1, 1999, with Jessica Simpson Amy Grant
Amy Grant
– December 12, 1999, with Michael W. Smith, Point of Grace and The Katinas, December 4, 2001, with Vince Gill, Nickel Creek
Nickel Creek
and Rachael Lampa and December 19, 2008, with Vince Gill The Judds
The Judds
– February 13, 2000, with Jo Dee Messina The Lox – March 30, 2000, with DMX, Juvenile, Lil Wayne
Lil Wayne
and Eve Bruce Springsteen
Bruce Springsteen
& The E Street Band
E Street Band
– April 8, 2000, August 30, 2002, August 23, 2008 and October 25, 2009 KoЯn – April 18, 2000, with Staind
Staind
and Mindless Self Indulgence
Mindless Self Indulgence
and July 20, 2002, with Puddle of Mudd
Puddle of Mudd
and Deadsy Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young – April 19, 2000 and February 15, 2002 Tina Turner
Tina Turner
– May 21, 2000, with Lionel Richie
Lionel Richie
and Janice Robinson Blink-182
Blink-182
– July 1, 2000, with Bad Religion
Bad Religion
and Fenix TX Diana Ross
Diana Ross
– July 17, 2000 Tim McGraw
Tim McGraw
– September 23, 2000, with Faith Hill
Faith Hill
and The Warren Brothers, April 8, 2003, with The Dancehall Doctors, July 14, 2006, with Faith Hill, & April 27, 2017, with Faith Hill The Barenaked Ladies
Barenaked Ladies
– October 20, 2000, with Guster The Dixie Chicks
Dixie Chicks
– October 27, 2000, with Willie Nelson
Willie Nelson
and May 11, 2003, with Joan Osborne The Anger Management Tour
Anger Management Tour
– October 30, 2000 Bon Jovi
Bon Jovi
– November 24, 2000, with Less Than Jake, May 22, 2011, March 13, 2013, & February 19, 2017 Kenny Rogers
Kenny Rogers
– December 3, 2000 and November 20, 2003 Creed – December 6, 2000, with Finger Eleven
Finger Eleven
and Days of the New Mannheim Steamroller – December 19, 2000, December 4, 2002 and December 3, 2006 Janet Jackson
Janet Jackson
– July 15, 2001, with 112 Sade – September 5, 2001, with India.Arie and July 28, 2011, with John Legend Slipknot – October 13, 2001, with System of a Down, No One and American Head Charge
American Head Charge
and May 6, 2009, with DevilDriver
DevilDriver
and 3 Inches of Blood Tool – October 19, 2001, with Tricky and June 22, 2007, with Melt-Banana U2 – November 28, 2001, with Garbage and December 14, 2005, with Kanye West Aerosmith
Aerosmith
– December 11, 2001, with Fuel Kid Rock
Kid Rock
& Twisted Brown Trucker – March 29, 2002, with Tenacious D, February 16, 2008, with Rev. Run
Rev. Run
and Dickey Betts
Dickey Betts
& Great Southern, & December 31, 2016, with Tim Montana & The Shrednecks Britney Spears
Britney Spears
– June 22, 2002, with Nikka Costa and LMNT The SCREAM Tour – August 17, 2002, July 26, 2003, July 31, 2005 and December 2, 2006 Luther Vandross
Luther Vandross
– September 15, 2002 Sheryl Crow
Sheryl Crow
– September 20, 2002, with Michelle Branch Ray Charles
Ray Charles
– September 27, 2002, with B.B. King
B.B. King
and Shane Henry Paul McCartney
Paul McCartney
– October 9, 2002 and November 11, 2012 Nelly
Nelly
– October 13, 2002, with The Cash Money Millionaires American Idol
American Idol
Live! – November 5, 2002, August 17, 2003, September 19, 2004, August 9, 2005, August 13, 2006, August 9, 2007, July 18, 2008, August 29, 2009, August 25, 2010, July 31, 2011 and July 11, 2012 The Gaither Homecoming
Gaither Homecoming
– December 13, 2002, December 3, 2005 and December 7, 2007 Coldplay
Coldplay
– February 3, 2003, with Ron Sexsmith Pearl Jam
Pearl Jam
– April 22, 2003, with Sparta, May 4, 2010, with The Band of Horses and October 3, 2014 Avril Lavigne
Avril Lavigne
– May 9, 2003, with Gob and Simple Plan Journey – June 20, 2003, with Styx and REO Speedwagon Justin Timberlake
Justin Timberlake
– July 5, 2003, with Christina Aguilera
Christina Aguilera
and November 19, 2013, with DJ Freestyle David Gray – August 1, 2003, with Turin Brakes The Moody Blues
The Moody Blues
– November 9, 2003, June 29, 2005 and July 17, 2007 Shania Twain
Shania Twain
– November 28, 2003, with Emerson Drive KPNT
KPNT
105.7 The Point's HoHo Show – December 5, 2003 and December 13, 2009 The Trans-Siberian Orchestra
Trans-Siberian Orchestra
– December 19, 2003, November 26, 2004, December 23, 2005 (2 shows), December 27, 2006 (2 shows), December 9, 2007 (2 shows), November 28, 2008 (2 shows), December 12, 2009 (2 shows), December 30, 2010 (2 shows), December 17, 2011 (2 shows), December 27, 2012 (2 shows), December 23, 2013 (2 shows) and December 26, 2014 (2 shows) George Strait
George Strait
& The Ace in the Hole Band
Ace in the Hole Band
– January 23, 2004, with Dierks Bentley, February 17, 2006, with Tracy Lawrence
Tracy Lawrence
and Miranda Lambert, February 18, 2010, with Reba McEntire
Reba McEntire
and Lee Ann Womack and February 17, 2012, with Martina McBride Sarah Brightman
Sarah Brightman
– February 13, 2004 Kelly Clarkson
Kelly Clarkson
– March 21, 2004, with Clay Aiken
Clay Aiken
and The Beu Sisters Simon & Garfunkel – June 26, 2004, with The Everly Brothers Josh Groban
Josh Groban
– July 18, 2004 and May 27, 2011, with Eric Lewis Incubus – July 20, 2004, with Sparta and The Vines CeCe Winans – July 23–24, 2004 Van Halen
Van Halen
– July 28–29, 2004, with Shinedown, April 26, 2008, with Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw
and April 29, 2012, with Kool & the Gang The Wiggles
The Wiggles
– August 10, 2004 (2 shows), August 10, 2005 (2 shows), August 9, 2006 (2 shows) and August 5, 2008 (2 shows) Sarah McLachlan
Sarah McLachlan
– September 1, 2004, with Butterfly Boucher Usher – September 18, 2004, with Kanye West
Kanye West
and November 26, 2010, with Miguel and Trey Songz Norah Jones
Norah Jones
– October 22, 2004, with Amos Lee Dolly Parton
Dolly Parton
– October 31, 2004, with The Grascals Scorpions – November 7, 2004, with Tesla and Keith Emerson Steven Curtis Chapman
Steven Curtis Chapman
– December 12, 2004, with Chris Tomlin
Chris Tomlin
and The Casting Crowns Rascal Flatts
Rascal Flatts
– January 27, 2005, with Keith Anderson
Keith Anderson
and Blake Shelton and October 13, 2007, with Jason Aldean St. Lunatics – April 3, 2005, with T.I.
T.I.
and Fat Joe Snoop Dogg
Snoop Dogg
– April 20, 2005, with Game The Honda Civic Tour – April 21, 2005 George Jones
George Jones
– April 22, 2005 Michael Bublé
Michael Bublé
– May 12, 2005, March 5, 2008, June 25, 2010, with Naturally 7
Naturally 7
and September 14, 2013, with Naturally 7 Green Day
Green Day
– May 13, 2005, with My Chemical Romance
My Chemical Romance
and August 11, 2009, with Franz Ferdinand Destiny's Child
Destiny's Child
– July 9, 2005, with Mario and Amerie Weezer
Weezer
– July 22, 2005, with The Fray
The Fray
and Ben Folds Kenny Chesney
Kenny Chesney
– August 20, 2005, with Gretchen Wilson
Gretchen Wilson
and Pat Green and September 1, 2006, with Dierks Bentley The Australian Pink Floyd Show
Australian Pink Floyd Show
– November 25, 2005, November 24–25, 2006 and September 29, 2009 Keith Urban
Keith Urban
– December 2, 2005, with Little Big Town
Little Big Town
and Nerina Pallot, June 28, 2007, with The Wreckers, June 11, 2009, with Sugarland
Sugarland
and June 29, 2011, with Jake Owen The Rolling Stones
The Rolling Stones
– January 27, 2006, with Soulive Nickelback
Nickelback
– February 7, 2006, with Trapt
Trapt
and Default, April 23, 2010, with Shinedown, Breaking Benjamin
Breaking Benjamin
and Sick Puppies
Sick Puppies
and May 29, 2012, with Bush, Seether
Seether
and My Darkest Days Brad Paisley
Brad Paisley
& The Drama Kings – March 24, 2006, with Sara Evans and Billy Currington Martina McBride
Martina McBride
– April 7, with The Warren Brothers and December 8, 2006 and March 26, 2010, with Trace Adkins
Trace Adkins
and Sarah Buxton The Johann Strauss Orchestra
Johann Strauss Orchestra
– April 26, 2006 Delirium – May 12–13, 2006 and May 4–6, 2007 Natalie Grant
Natalie Grant
– September 29–30, 2006, with ZOEgirl
ZOEgirl
and Tammy Trent and October 5–6, 2007, with Hawk Nelson
Hawk Nelson
and KJ-52 The Blue Man Group
Blue Man Group
– October 21, 2006, with Mike Relm
Mike Relm
and Tracy Bonham and April 4, 2008, with Mike Relm James Blunt
James Blunt
– October 25, 2006, with Starsailor High School Musical
High School Musical
– January 22, 2007, with Jordan Pruitt The Dare2Share Festival – February 9, 2007 The St. Louis
St. Louis
Blues Festival – March 11, 2007 and March 2, 2008 Lil Wayne
Lil Wayne
– April 14, 2007, with Jeezy, Jim Jones, Baby and Rich Boy and April 10, 2011, with Nicki Minaj, Rick Ross, Travis Barker
Travis Barker
and Mix Master Mike Bow Wow – May 26, 2007, with Lloyd and Crime Mob The Police
The Police
– July 2, 2007, with Fiction Plane Beyoncé
Beyoncé
– July 8, 2007, with Robin Thicke
Robin Thicke
and December 14, 2013, with Luke James Union Station – July 25, 2007, with Jerry Douglas WARH
WARH
106.5 The Arch's High School Reunion Show – July 29, 2007 T.I.
T.I.
& Ciara
Ciara
– August 11, 2007, with T-Pain
T-Pain
and Yung Joc Delirious?
Delirious?
– September 20–21, 2007, with Electralyte Miley Cyrus
Miley Cyrus
– October 18, 2007, with The Jonas Brothers, January 15, 2008, with 78violet, October 28, 2009, with Metro Station and August 10, 2014, with Lily Allen John Mellencamp
John Mellencamp
– November 15, 2007, with Los Lobos John Fogerty
John Fogerty
– November 30, 2007 Chris Brown
Chris Brown
– January 9, 2008, with Bow Wow and Soulja Boy Hawk Nelson
Hawk Nelson
– February 9, 2008 Boyz II Men
Boyz II Men
– February 15, 2008, with Bobby Brown and Johnny Gill The 70's Soul Jam – March 28, 2008 Rick Ross
Rick Ross
– April 11, 2008, with Plies, Lil Boosie, Triana and Gotti and December 5, 2012, with Meek Mill and Wale Santana – April 23, 2008, with The Derek Trucks Band
The Derek Trucks Band
and The Salvador Santana Band Alicia Keys
Alicia Keys
– April 27, 2008, with Jordin Sparks
Jordin Sparks
and Ne-Yo The Foo Fighters
Foo Fighters
– July 20, 2008, with Supergrass
Supergrass
and Year Long Disaster and September 17, 2011, with Rise Against
Rise Against
and The Bronx Bruce Springsteen
Bruce Springsteen
and the E Street Band
E Street Band
- August 23, 2008 (this performance was released in 2017 on CD and digital download as Scottrade
Scottrade
Center, St. Louis, MO, 8/23/08) Bell Biv DeVoe
Bell Biv DeVoe
– October 3, 2008, with Keith Sweat
Keith Sweat
and Dru Hill Rock Band
Rock Band
Live – October 19, 2008 New Kids on the Block
New Kids on the Block
– November 10, 2008, with Natasha Bedingfield and Lady Gaga, June 30, 2013, with Boyz II Men
Boyz II Men
and 98 Degrees, & June 17, 2017 with Boyz II Men
Boyz II Men
& Paula Abdul The Cheetah Girls – December 7, 2008, with Clique Girlz Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift
– April 25, 2009, with Kellie Pickler
Kellie Pickler
and Gloriana, August 13–14, 2011, with NEEDTOBREATHE and Hunter Hayes
Hunter Hayes
and March 18–19, 2013, with Ed Sheeran
Ed Sheeran
and Brett Eldredge, September 28–29, 2015 with Vance Joy
Vance Joy
and HAIM The Mormon Tabernacle Choir
Mormon Tabernacle Choir
– June 20, 2009 Sandi Patty
Sandi Patty
– June 26–27, 2009, with Mandisa The Jonas Brothers
Jonas Brothers
– July 28, 2009, with Honor Society, Jordin Sparks and The Wonder Girls Kings of Leon
Kings of Leon
– September 30, 2009, with The White Lies Maxwell – October 9, 2009, with Chrisette Michele
Chrisette Michele
and Common and May 29, 2010, with Jill Scott Paul van Dyk
Paul van Dyk
– October 13, 2009 Star Wars
Star Wars
in Concert – December 10, 2009 John Mayer
John Mayer
– March 20, 2010, with Michael Franti & Spearhead tobyMac & The Diverse City Band – June 18, 2010, with Chris Tomlin James Taylor
James Taylor
& Carole King
Carole King
– July 10, 2010 Lady Gaga
Lady Gaga
– July 17, 2010, with Semi Precious Weapons
Semi Precious Weapons
and Lady Starlight; February 2, 2013, with Lady Starlight
Lady Starlight
and Madeon; November 16, 2017 The Black Eyed Peas
The Black Eyed Peas
– August 14, 2010, with T-Pain Alice in Chains
Alice in Chains
– October 1, 2010, with Mastodon and The Deftones Roger Waters
Roger Waters
& The Bleeding Heart Band – October 29, 2010 The Zac Brown Band
Zac Brown Band
– November 5, 2010 Justin Bieber
Justin Bieber
– November 8, 2010, with Jasmine Villegas
Jasmine Villegas
and October 27, 2012, with Carly Rae Jepsen
Carly Rae Jepsen
and Cody Simpson Ozzy Osbourne
Ozzy Osbourne
– January 14, 2011, with Slash Arcade Fire
Arcade Fire
– April 21, 2011, with The National NKOTBSB
NKOTBSB
– July 19, 2011, with Matthew Morrison Katy Perry
Katy Perry
– August 20, 2011, with Janelle Monáe
Janelle Monáe
and DJ Skeet Skeet; August 17, 2014, with Kacey Musgraves; October 22, 2017 Chris Tomlin
Chris Tomlin
– November 18, 2011, with Christy Nockels, March 2, 2013, with Kari Jobe
Kari Jobe
and March 26, 2015, with Tenth Avenue North
Tenth Avenue North
and The Rend Collective Michael Jackson: The Immortal – February 7–8, 2012 Radiohead
Radiohead
– March 9, 2012, with The Other Lives New Edition – March 29, 2012 Madonna – November 1, 2012, with Paul Oakenfold
Paul Oakenfold
and Nero Carrie Underwood
Carrie Underwood
– November 20, 2012, with Hunter Hayes The Winter Jam Tour Spectacular
Winter Jam Tour Spectacular
– February 24, 2013, January 19, 2014 and January 24, 2015 The Ultimate Mother's Day Concert – May 12, 2013 LL Cool J
LL Cool J
– June 1, 2013, with Ice Cube, Public Enemy and De La Soul Bruno Mars
Bruno Mars
& The Hooligans – August 8, 2013, with Ellie Goulding P!nk – November 11, 2013, with The Kin Drake – December 11, 2013, with Miguel and Future Donny & Marie Osmond
Marie Osmond
– December 18, 2013 WHHL
WHHL
Hot 104.1's Super Jam – June 21, 2014 Eric Church
Eric Church
– September 13, 2014, with Dwight Yoakam
Dwight Yoakam
and Brothers Osborne & May 13, 2017 The Black Keys
The Black Keys
– December 9, 2014, with St. Vincent Chris Brown
Chris Brown
- August 13, 2015, with Fetty Wap
Fetty Wap
and Kid Ink Ariana Grande
Ariana Grande
– October 4, 2015, with Prince Royce
Prince Royce
and Who Is Fancy Selena Gomez
Selena Gomez
– June 26, 2016, with DNCE
DNCE
and Bahari Coldplay
Coldplay
– July 21, 2016, with Alessia Cara Twenty One Pilots
Twenty One Pilots
– August 2, 2016, with Mutemath
Mutemath
and Chef'Special Demi Lovato
Demi Lovato
and Nick Jonas
Nick Jonas
– August 5, 2016, with Mike Posner Panic! at the Disco
Panic! at the Disco
– April 5, 2017, with MisterWives
MisterWives
and Saint Motel Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
– May 12, 2017 Eric Church
Eric Church
– May 13, 2017 Chance the Rapper
Chance the Rapper
– May 14, 2017 The Chainsmokers
The Chainsmokers
– May 18, 2017, with Kiiara Roger Waters
Roger Waters
– May 30, 2017 Boyz II Men, New Kids on the Block
New Kids on the Block
and Paula Abdul
Paula Abdul
– June 17, 2017 Fall Out Boy
Fall Out Boy
– October 21, 2017, with blackbear and Jaden Smith Katy Perry
Katy Perry
– October 22, 2017, with Noah Cyrus Lady Gaga
Lady Gaga
– November 16, 2017 Casting Crowns
Casting Crowns
and For King & Country – December 8, 2017 Trans-Siberian Orchestra
Trans-Siberian Orchestra
– December 26, 2017 Skillet – January 27, 2018 Blake Shelton
Blake Shelton
– February 24, 2018, with Carly Pearce
Carly Pearce
and Brett Eldredge Pink – March 14, 2018, with Kidcutup Miranda Lambert
Miranda Lambert
– March 16, 2018, with Jon Pardi and Ashley McBryde Eagles – March 18, 2018

Wrestling[edit]

No Mercy (2001) Survivor Series (1998) Raw is Owen Badd Blood: In Your House Judgment Day (2007) Elimination Chamber (2010) Royal Rumble (2012) Raw 1000[20] Extreme Rules (2013)[21] Survivor Series (2014) Battleground (2015) Money in the Bank (2017)[22]

Many historic WWE moments have taken place at the Scottrade
Scottrade
Center. Former WWE and World Heavyweight Champion Kane made his WWE debut at this arena in 1997 at the event Badd Blood: In Your House. At that same event, the very first Hell In A Cell
Hell In A Cell
match took place. The Rock won his very first WWE Championship in the building at the Survivor Series event in 1998. Chris Jericho
Chris Jericho
won his first World Championship in this arena at the No Mercy event in 2001, and won his latest World Championship in the arena at the Elimination Chamber event in 2010. In 2005 John Cena
John Cena
was revealed here as the first draft pick for Monday Night Raw, where he would remain for most of his career. Dave Batista won his second WWE Championship at the Elimination Chamber event in 2010. The 1000th episode of Monday Night Raw
Monday Night Raw
was also held there. At the 2014 Survivor Series Sting made his official debut in WWE. Arguably the most emotional wrestling card held at Scottrade
Scottrade
was "Raw is Owen", held in the aftermath of Owen Hart's death the previous night at Over the Edge across the state in Kansas City. That night, ten matches were held with all booking put aside, and many wrestlers and fans paid tribute to the popular Hart. The arena, alongside Madison Square Garden
Madison Square Garden
in New York City, the Staples Center
Staples Center
in Los Angeles, Philadelphia's Wells Fargo Center and the Allstate Arena
Arena
in Chicago, is known for having one of the best crowds in WWE. St. Louis
St. Louis
native Randy Orton
Randy Orton
is particularly well-supported, much like how the Allstate Arena
Arena
crowd was firmly behind Chicago
Chicago
native CM Punk. Often one can see fan signs saying the words "Orton Country", among others, whenever Orton is scheduled to compete. References[edit]

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