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Renovated seating section to debut at Busch

Budweiser Terrace to feature bars along with standing, lounge areas
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ST. LOUIS -- A portion of the right-field seating area at Busch Stadium is undergoing a winter facelift, as the Cardinals announced on Friday that they are in the process of renovating and rebranding a 20,000 square-foot area of the ballpark into a social-friendly area called the Budweiser Terrace.

To accommodate the changes, the Cardinals removed 1,000 seats from six sections in the upper-right-field level of the stadium two months ago. In their place, they will be adding two full-service bars, standing areas and lounge seating from which fans can still view the full playing field.

ST. LOUIS -- A portion of the right-field seating area at Busch Stadium is undergoing a winter facelift, as the Cardinals announced on Friday that they are in the process of renovating and rebranding a 20,000 square-foot area of the ballpark into a social-friendly area called the Budweiser Terrace.

To accommodate the changes, the Cardinals removed 1,000 seats from six sections in the upper-right-field level of the stadium two months ago. In their place, they will be adding two full-service bars, standing areas and lounge seating from which fans can still view the full playing field.

2018 ticket plans

The concourse area directly behind this will feature cabana seating, garden accents, an open-air barbeque grill and a performance stage. In addition to providing another lounge area for fans, this area will be utilized by live bands/DJs and for outdoor games, Cardinals Theme Ticket events and other pregame performances.

Seating and lounge areas in the Budweiser Terrace will be available to fans on a first-come, first-served basis and will not require a special ticket for access. The renovations are scheduled to be completed ahead of the Cardinals' 2018 home opener on April 5.

For more information on the changes and/or to view additional images of the Budweiser Terrace, visit cardinals.com/budweiserterrace

Jenifer Langosch has covered the Cardinals for MLB.com since 2012, and previously covered the Pirates from 2007-11. Follow her on Twitter and Facebook.

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