St. Louis’ Scottrade Center Changes Name To Enterprise

Scottrade Center
– Enterprise Center

The Scottrade Center in St. Louis, home of the NHL’s St. Louis Blues, is changing its name to the Enterprise Center.

The team announced May 21 its 15-year arena naming rights agreement with St. Louis-based Enterprise Holdings, which operates Rent-A-Car, Alamo Rent a Car and National Car Rental. Terms were not disclosed.

The arena is in the middle of a $64 million renovation. The City of St. Louis owns the venue through a 1992 public-private partnership.

U2 recently played a sold-out concert at the arena, which moved 16,300 tickets and grossed more than $2 million. Eagles also played the venue earlier this year, selling 13,555 tickets and grossing more than $1.9 million; in addition to Pink, who sold 15,026 tickets and grossed more than $1.8 million.

The arena has been known as the Scottrade Center since 2006. The Enterprise Center name change takes effect July 1.

Scottrade Center was No. 88 on Pollstar’s 2017 Year End Top 200 Arenas chart based on reported ticket sales.

The 21,000-capacity arena has upcoming dates for Shania Twain, Maroon 5, Fleetwood Mac, Justin Timberlake and Elton John.