The NHL’s All-Star Game is coming to the heartland this year and there will be some fan and collector-oriented activities taking place around the annual mid-season showcase. The 2020 All-Star Fan Fair takes place January 23-26 at Union Station with 150,000 square feet of space in use for the event.
Both current and former NHL players will be stopping by to sign autographs throughout the four days (no schedule is currently available). Players and hockey insiders will be sharing memories and insights during Q&A sessions inside the Fain Fair Theatre.
The Hockey Hall of Fame will have an exhibit of artifacts including those focused on the history of the All-Star Game and the history of the St. Louis Blues.
Fans and collectors can also have their picture taken with the Stanley Cup and learn the history behind 18 of the most prestigious NHL trophies at the NHL Trophy Showcase.
There will be an on-site NHL merchandise shop as well as activities for kids and the opportunity to test your hockey playing ability in the NHL All Star Skills Zone.
Tickets cost $12 for adults and $10 for kids and seniors on Thursday and Friday and $18/$16 on Saturday and Sunday. They’re available on the Fan Fair website.