Busch Stadium, Where The Cardinals Call Home
Busch Stadium History
Busch Stadium, the new version of the old home of the St. Louis Cardinals, was opened on April 10, 2006. The ballpark replaced Busch Memorial Stadium and actually has some of the same footprint of its predecessor. The stadium has a seating capacity of 43,975, and contains 3,706 club seats and 61 luxury suites.
In its short history, the ballpark has seen the Cardinals win two World Series (2006 & 2011). In 2006, the Cardinals defeated the Detroit Tigers to become World Champions and the stadium joined the original Yankee Stadium in 1923 as the only ballparks to have their home team win the World Series in the inaugural season of the venue.
Busch Stadium Events
Busch Stadium has been host of the MLB All Star Game (2009) and has continued to host both the University of Missouri baseball team for one regular season game each year as well as local high school baseball.
As for concerts, the first ever concert at the stadium was the Dave Matthews Band on June 7, 2008 with The Black Crowes as support. Other concerts held at the venue include The Eagles with The Dixie Chicks as support on June 24, 2010 and U2 on July 17, 2011. The latter concert was part of the band’s 360 Tour.
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Busch Stadium Tours
Busch Stadium offers year round tours on site. You can find out more information right here.
Busch Stadium Seating Chart
Take a look at the seating chart at Busch Stadium. The best deals on tickets can be found right here at SeatGeek.