NATIONALLY TELEVISED SHOW CELEBRATING SPORTSMANSHIP IN AMERICA RETURNS TO STIFEL THEATRE ON NOV. 19
ST. LOUIS – Aug. 9, 2022 – The Musial Awards presented by Maryville University has been hailed as a can’t-miss experience that entertains, delights, and restores hope in humanity. Tickets for the nationally televised event which honors the year’s greatest moments of sportsmanship and those in sports who embody class and character go on sale at 10 a.m. tomorrow (Aug. 10) through Ticketmaster. The event returns to the historic Stifel Theatre in Downtown St. Louis on Saturday, Nov. 19. Showtime is 6:15 p.m.
Musial Awards tickets range from $10 to $35. In addition to individual awards show tickets, the Musial Awards offers a special Honoree Circle ticket, which includes orchestra level seating just behind the honoree section, a pass to the Musial Awards After Party and reserved parking for $125. More information and a link to purchase tickets is available at MusialAwards.com/tickets. Groups of 10 or more can take advantage of special group pricing by calling 314-345-5113.
Additionally, all-inclusive packages and sponsorships are available and can be purchased at MusialAwards.com/tickets or by calling 314-345-5111.
Taking place annually in St. Louis on the Saturday before Thanksgiving, the Musial Awards celebrate the year’s greatest moments of sportsmanship and those in sports who embody class and character. The national event and its awards are named for Baseball Hall of Famer and St. Louis Cardinals legend Stan Musial, who was the ultimate good sport. 2021 Stan Musial Lifetime Achievement Award winner and hockey legend Wayne Gretzky said of the Musial Awards, “We need more of this in our life right now.”
The Musial Awards will air throughout the country on CBS in December. This is the fourth consecutive year the network will broadcast the most important awards in sports.
The recipients of the 2022 Musial Awards will announced in October.
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The Musial Awards presented by Maryville University is produced by the St. Louis Sports Commission and the National Sportsmanship Foundation, a charitable nonprofit organization. In addition to keeping Stan The Man’s legacy alive, the mission of the Musial Awards is to encourage kindness, selflessness, integrity and civility in sports and society – and to inspire people across the nation to be good sports. The event has occurred in St. Louis since 2005. Maryville University has served as the presenting sponsor since 2011. The school’s involvement, leadership and generosity have helped make the Musial Awards the most inspiring night in sports®.