The Loop Trolley Celebrates the 75th Anniversary of Meet Me in St. Louis

Moviegoers attending special showing at Tivoli Theatre receive complimentary Loop Trolley passes

The Loop Trolley Company is giving out free trolley passes at the 75th anniversary showing of Meet in St. Louis on Thursday, May 16 at 7 p.m. at the Tivoli Theatre in the Delmar Loop. Moviegoers will receive the passes upon entering the theatre.

It’s been 75 years since its premier! Come and experience Meet in St. Louis in the beautifully restored main auditorium of the Tivoli Theatre. Surrounded by grandeur and opulence of a bygone era and marvel at the timeless tale of the Smith girls in the lead up to the 1904 World’s Fair.

For more information about the Loop Trolley and the complimentary passes, please email Brittany Robbins a Brittany@beonmessage.com.

Who:                    
Loop Trolley Company  
Tivoli Theatre

What:                   
Complimentary single-ride trolley passes at the 75th
Anniversary Showing of Meet Me in St. Louis

Where:                
Tivoli Theatre
6350 Delmar Boulevard
St. Louis, Missouri 63130

When:                 
Thursday, May 16
7 p.m.  

Earlier this year, the Loop Trolley Company began testing its third trolley car – a 1920s model from Melbourne, Australia. Its capacity is 100 passengers with 50 seated and 50 standing.  The car is expected to be ready for service in 2019. The Trolley Company will expand service to seven days a week at that time. 

The Loop Trolley Company currently operates two heritage streetcars Thursday through Sunday starting at noon each day.  Standard two-hour passes are $2 and all-day passes are $5.  Seniors, children and passengers with disabilities may purchase tickets for a reduced fare. For information, please visit LoopTrolley.com.


Follow the Loop Trolley on Twitter at @LoopTrolley, on Instagram at @LoopTrolley and on Facebook

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About the Loop Trolley and Loop Trolley Company

The Loop Trolley system is owned by the Loop Trolley Transportation Development District and operated by the Loop Trolley Company, a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization. The system is a 2.2-mile fixed-track that runs from the University City Library near Kingsland Avenue east on Delmar Boulevard to DeBaliviere Avenue and then south on DeBaliviere to the Missouri History Museum in Forest Park and back.


About the Loop Trolley Transportation Development District
The Loop Trolley Transportation District (TDD) is a political subdivision of the State of Missouri organized under the Missouri Transportation Development District Act. The District was formed in 2008 to fund, promote, plan, design, construct, maintain and operate a fixed-track trolley car system.

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