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Blues announce information for 2020 All-Star Weekend Fan Fair

The hockey excitement in St. Louis is only continuing in 2020! Here's what you can expect from the All-Star Fan Fair in January at Union Station.

ST. LOUIS — We've had quite a past year or so when it comes to hockey in St. Louis, and the excitement is only going to continue in 2020.

When the NHL All-Star Game comes to town on January 26, it's bringing a lot of other fun along with it, in the form of the All-Star Weekend Fan Fair.

The Blues released details of the event on Wednesday, and there's a lot for fans to be excited about.

When is it?

The 2020 NHL All-Star Weekend Fan Fair will be held from January 23 to January 26. For January 23 and 24, the Fan Fair will be open from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. For January 25, the Fan Fair will be open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. On January 26, the Fan Fair will run from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Where will it be located?

The 2020 NHL All-Star Weekend Fan Fair will be held at Union Station in downtown St. Louis.

How much will it cost?

For January 23 and 24, it will cost $12 for adults to get in, and $10 for kids, college students, members of the military and seniors to get in. For January 25 and 26, admission will cost $18 for adults and $16 for kids, college students, members of the military and seniors.

What can I do there?

The NHL is billing the event as "150,000 square feet of interactive hockey fun".

Some of the attractions available with the price of admission will include: 

- Pictures with the Stanley Cup

- Q&A sessions with current and former NHL players

- Autograph sessions with players past and present

- Test your hockey skills in the NHL All-Star Skills Zone

- Create your own personalized hockey trading card

- Meet the NHL mascots

Tickets can be purchased at NHL.com/FanFair, and you can find more information about the event, including additional attractions, by clicking here.

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