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‘Battlehawks Bridge’ offers new all-inclusive option for 2024

The St. Louis Battlehawks have announced a new, all-inclusive food option for season ticket memberships in the Battlehawks Bridge for the upcoming 2024 season.

“We are always listening to feedback and striving to upgrade the fan experience,” said Brandon Williams, vice president of Team Business and Event Operations. “Whether it be a more intimate setting to entertain clients or just more room to enjoy the game with family and friends, we are excited to offer this new plan.”

Located in the South End Zone of the Dome at America’s Center, a season ticket membership to the Battlehawks Bridge offers a choice of club seats or loge boxes, which are connected by a large, private hospitality area that includes a full-service bar, plasma televisions, pool tables, lounge furniture and additional table space.

Club seats offer cushioned seating, extra legroom, and a small table between every two seats. The semi-private, four-person Loge boxes also offer cushioned seating and extreme legroom, with a television in each box.

This all-inclusive menu consists of traditional stadium fare, salad, dessert, snacks, sodas, and water from when the gates open until the 3rd quarter kick-off. Alcoholic beverages are not included in the package, but beer, wine, and mixed drinks are available for purchase in the hospitality area.

For more information on the Battlehawks Bridge, please contact a Battlehawks Ticket Experience Manager at (314) 377-7916 or This option is not available online.

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