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UPDATE: Friday’s standalone “fan fest” event is cancelled. We will still have fan activities and events for ticketholders before the show starts on Saturday, April 13th. More details about when doors will open and what activities will be at Chaifetz will be provided in our event guide.
Tickets for the 2019 LCS Spring Finals in St. Louis go on sale on March 5 at 12 PM CST / 10 AM PST. Spring Finals will be at the Chaifetz Arena on Saturday, April 13; games begin at 3:00 PM CST / 1:00 PST. Learn how to buy your tickets for Spring Finals below:
When do tickets go on sale?
Tickets go on sale on March 5 at 12PM CST / 10 AM PST via Ticketmaster.
What are the price tiers?
Tickets are available in the following tiers and include applicable fees:
Saturday, April 13:
- Tier 1: $74.15 online; $62.25 at Chaifetz Box Office
- Tier 2: $58.85 online; $48.50 at Chaifetz Box Office
- Tier 3: $30.00 online; $23.50 at Chaifetz Box Office
There are no Ticketmaster vendor fees when purchasing directly from the Chaifetz Arena box office. However, both box office sales and online sales draw from the same pool of tickets, so there is no guarantee of tickets remaining available at the box office if the show sells out quickly online.
Here’s a breakdown of the tiers in the arena:
- Tier 1 is closest to the stage and the first 10 rows of the Lower Bowl
- Tier 2 is the higher remaining rows in the Lower Bowl
- Tier 3 is located in the Upper Bowl
Unfortunately, there are no floor seats available for sale; the limited supply is retained for the participating teams and their guests.
How many tickets can I buy?
There is a max limit of 5 tickets per transaction.
What happened to General Admission (GA) seating?
We’ve listened to fan feedback and have decided to reverse course on utilizing GA seating for this event. We understand that dedicated seat numbers allow audience members to more freely visit concessions, restrooms, activations and the merch store without the fear of losing their seats. It also means that fans are not forced to line up hours before the event just to get “better” seats. And finally, GA seating forces us to put fewer tickets on sale, as we need to reserve seats to make up for gaps that consistently arise between groups of attendees. Because of these drawbacks, we have decided to move forward with dedicated seat numbers. As noted above, we have set the number of tickets available for purchase in one transaction to 5 tickets, so you and your Ranked Flex teammates can still sit together, but it’s harder for scalpers to buy large numbers of tickets.
Do I have to create a Ticketmaster account to buy tickets online?
Yes, Ticketmaster requires an account to purchase tickets. To save time, we recommend that you sign-up and create an account before ticket sales go live. No prior registration is necessary to purchase directly at the Chaifetz Arena box office.
Please make sure to use your preferred email address to get updates about the event.
Will there be a queue/waiting page for tickets?
If the event is in high enough demand, Ticketmaster will use a queue system. Keep in mind that being in the queue does not guarantee that you’ll get tickets.
Why are you using Ticketmaster instead of another ticketing service?
Ticketmaster is the exclusive ticketing agent of events taking place at Chaifetz Arena, as they are for the majority of sports venues around the country.
What about tickets for the rest of Spring Playoffs?
Tickets will go on sale on March 1 via SquadUP.
Where is LCS Spring Finals being held?
Chaifetz Arena in St. Louis
When is it?
- April 13 (Finals)
What time does it all start?
- Doors @ 1:30 PM CST
- *Tier 1 ticket holders may enter at 1:15 PM CST
- LCS Countdown @ 2:30 PM CST
- Game 1 Champ Select @ 3:00 PM CST
Who is playing?
The top two teams from 2019 LCS Spring Playoffs.
What are the stakes?
Championship title, Championship Points (how we decide who goes to Worlds 2019), entry into MSI 2019, prize money, and a championship banner in the LCS Arena are all on the line.
Will there be merch?
Yes, we’ll share more information about what we’re bringing on-site closer to the event.
Will there be other on-site activities before the games?
We’re still working on some of those finer details. We’ll release the details and post a field guide with everything you need to know about Spring Finals weekend closer to the show.
Can I bring a backpack or bag?
Only 14″x14″x6″ and smaller bags will be admitted into Chaifetz Arena. Bookbags, backpacks, luggage and like articles are prohibited from the Arena. There is no bag check on site so please make sure your bags fit within the allowable dimensions.
All guests will be subject to search, at venue’s discretion, of their person and/or possessions (including small bags that can fit under your seat that may be allowed entry after such search).
What items can I bring with me to Spring Finals?
Outside food and drink, selfie sticks, tripods, and more are just a few of the items not allowed inside the Arena. You will be permitted to enter with your photo equipment after security inspection, but please keep the maximum bag size in mind.
If I leave, can I re-enter?
Re-entry is not available at Chaifetz Arena. If you are stopped in the security line with an oversized bag or prohibited item you will be able to return it to your vehicle before entering the facility.
How do I get there? Is there parking?
There are covered and uncovered parking areas surrounding Chaifetz Arena. Check out the Arena’s Directions page for more information on transportation.
What if I want to cosplay?
While we encourage cosplay at our esports events, all cosplayers are subject to search and inspection. We’ll share the final cosplay policy in March.
What is the hotel situation?
If you’re traveling from out of town, we’re working with a hotel provider service that offers a discounted rate on hotel rooms near the venue during Spring Finals. Follow the link above to see current offerings and rates.
What if my question wasn’t covered in the FAQ?
You won’t want to miss any of the action when the LCS live from St. Louis for the exciting conclusion of the Spring Split. Any additional questions about the event not covered above or in the Arena’s A-Z Guide? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.