ST. LOUIS — An alcohol-free pop-up bar is returning to St. Louis this month.

Sans Bar is coming back to St. Louis on Feb. 21 in partnership with the Wellness Council.

Last year, it brought the first ever alcohol-free pop-up bar to the St. Louis area.

This year’s event is at Great American Human Foosball from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.

“Join us to sweat out toxins, be social, have fun and play human foosball and other life-size games, all while sipping on unlimited hand-crafted alcohol-free drinks,” the Wellness Council’s website said.

Guests should dress comfortably and tennis shoes are required to play in the games.

“Space is extremely limited, so we strongly recommend buying a ticket before they sell out. Tickets will not be available at the door. The event is for ages 21 and older,” the Wellness Council’s website said.

Tickets cost $20 per person, for more information click here

“Human foosball” is like table foosball and features two teams of six facing off against one another with each player holding onto handles. Working as a team, they move in unison to prevent the other team from scoring a goal.

Great American Human Foosball is located at 3227 Morganford Road in St. Louis.

More about Sans Bar

Sans Bar was founded by Chris Marshall from Austin, Texas. His mission is to create a safe and inviting atmosphere for people who want to have a good time without alcohol.

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