Conversation flows so well at the dart boards in our beloved Dart Room. We have fun leagues for every level plus we host the oldest and largest pub dart tournament in North America!

Blueberry Hill Dart League

dart leagueJoin one of our dart leagues! You’ll have fun and meet some great people playing this social pub sport. Plus you get $2 off beer pitchers during play and free pitchers during special rounds. We throw a free banquet to wrap up each season!

We welcome beginners and advanced players alike!

Wednesday evenings at 7:30 pm

  • We’re a steel tip league
  • Teams of four to eight compete in Team Game, Doubles Matches, and Singles Matches
  • We have different divisions for the advanced and beginners; everyone is welcome
  • We have Spring, Summer and Fall Sessions of Dart League each year
  • The League Fee is $15 per person and you receive $2 off beer pitchers during play
  • Free pitchers given during League play for Ton 80’s and Shutouts
  • If you don’t have darts, use ours! A bartender will give you a set for a refundable $10 deposit.
  • Don’t forget about that free banquet at the end of each season!

We’d love to hear from you and answer any of your questions! Our “commish” is super friendly! Email Us.

Check Out Blueberry Hill Dart League Standings here.

Join our Facebook group! Tweet us at @BBHStLDarts.

The 49th Annual Blueberry Hill Open Dart Tournament

Mother’s Day weekend 2021

Friday–Sunday, May 7–9, 2021

The largest and oldest pub dart tournament in North America! It started in 1973.

$10,000+ in prize money

  • 2 men’s and 2 women’s events
  • ADO Sanctioned Event
  • All finals best 3 of 5
  • Singles 301 winners get their photo on the celebrated Wall of Fame in Blueberry Hill’s Dart Room
  • In a one-of-a-kind pub
  • This tournament is fun!
  • Presented by Schlafly Beer

See below for the schedule of the tournament rounds and competitions or download the Event Schedule!

Tournament Schedule 2021

Day & Time Fri.
7:00 pm
Fri.
7:30 pm
Fri.
8:30 pm
Sat.
10:30 am
Sat.
11:00 am
Sat.
1:00 pm
Sat.
1:30 pm
Sat.
3:30 pm
Sun.
10:30 am
Sun.
11:00 am
Sun.
Noon
Sun.
12:30 pm
Event King of the Hill 501 Queen of the Hill 501 Draw Doubles 501 Men’s Doubles Cricket Women’s Doubles Cricket ♦ Men’s Singles Cricket ♦ Women’s Singles Cricket Mixed Triples 701 Open Doubles 501 Women’s Draw Doubles 501 ♦★
Men’s Singles 301
♦★ Women’s Singles 301
Fee $25/pers. $25/pers. $15/pers. $40/team $40/team $25/pers. $20/pers. $60/team $30/team $15/pers. $25/pers. $20/pers.
1st

2nd

3-4

5-8

9-16

400

200

100

50

200

100

50

25

300

150

80

40

400

200

100

50

200

100

50

30

480

240

120

60

30

240

120

60

30

15

420

210

105

60

400

200

100

50

100% Return 480

240

120

60

30

240

120

60

30

15

Totals 1000 500 770 1000 520 1440 720 1080 1000 1440 720

♦ ADO Ranked Event $2 surcharge included

★ Winners get their photo on the Wall of Fame

2020 Dart Champs Tracy Young and Dave Madison, both of St. Louis, MO
2019 Champs George Daniels of Cold Spring, KY and Stacey Pace of Louisville, CO.

 

How Blueberry Hill Was Conned Into Getting Its First Dart Board

first dart board in 1973One night in 1972 a customer named Ed Shafer was drinking a beer and asked Joe, our owner, if he had a dart board. Joe said no. Ed asked, “Want to borrow mine?” Joe said, “No, but thanks.” The next day a guy came in, ordered a beer, and asked Joe if he had a dart board. Joe said no and the man finished his beer and left.

Then another guy came in and asked Joe if he had a dart board. He said no and the man left without even ordering a beer. Several more people came in and the same thing happened. One night Ed said to Joe, “The offer to borrow my dart board still stands. Are you interested?” Joe immediately said, “Yes!” and put the dart board up on the wall.

It turns out Ed put all those people up to it and that’s how we were tricked into getting our first dart board. You can see it in the photo from 1973. Now, over 40 years later, we have a whole Dart Room, dart leagues, and a famous dart tournament!

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