TICKETS

$20.00 DAY PASS 
$50.00 WEEKEND
$75.00 VIP PASS

Advance tickets can be purchased at the hotel lobby on Thursday, starting at Noon.
All guests are required to purchase and wear a wristband to enter tattoo expo.
Laminates cannot be used to enter Expo.

Buy a VIP Expo Pass (sold at the hotel, starting on Thursday at 3:00) and get access to 3 days at the Expo,
a free T-shirt and expo coffee mug (while supplies last) and free admission to the Artist Meet and Greet
buffet at the hotel on Thursday night and the VIP room at the Saturday night After Party at the
Koken Art Factor

 

WEEKEND SCHEDULE

Thursday Night 7PM
Opening party for Artists and VIP guests only.

Friday 2pm to 10pm: 
A full day of tattooing, seminars and tattoo contest, plus tattoo of the day award.
Music and drink specials in the hotel bar.

Friday Night: 
Old School Party

Saturday Noon to 10pm: 
A FULL day of tattooing, seminars and tattoo contest, plus tattoo of the day award.
With live music and drink specials in the hotel bar.

Sunday Noon to 8pm: 
A day of tattooing, contests and best of show contest, finishing with a farewell party.
"Best of Show" award is available to anyone who got a tattoo on any day at the Expo.

BOOK YOUR HOTEL ROOM NOW!

Holiday Inn St. Louis Downtown

811 N. 9th Street, St. Louis, MO 63101
Call hotel direct to receive $114/nt rate 314-421-4000

 

St. Louis is a VERY cool place!! Come early and stay late.

Known as the gateway to the west, the city of Saint Louis is an amazing town. There's plenty to do and see, and the Tattoo Expo is right in the middle of the action. With plenty of restaurants and night clubs in the neighborhood, you'll have no problem finding a place to eat, relax and show off your new tattoo or dance the night away. There's a NEW casino near by too.

Whats going on in St. Louis.
Special places to go.

St. Louis may be best known for Lewis and Clark, Mark Twain, Route 66 and home of Budweiser but there is also a rich history of tattooing in the Mound City. Union Station and Forest Park, home of the 1904 World's Fair, are just two historic areas.

St. Louis Native: Tattoo Artist Bert Grimm