220 E. Grand
Cameron, MO 64429
Phone: (816) 632-6571
Fax: (816) 632-6571
Polynesian dinner theatre that offers a variety of high quality, entertaining performances on Friday and Saturday evenings, as well as Sunday afternoons and occasional "Just Desserts" Thursday performances.
Experience the Wild West from a woman's point of view with this performance company that provides historic and humorous performances with audience participation included.
Phil Welch Stadium is home to the St. Joseph Mustangs, a summer league baseball team located in St. Joseph, Missouri. This stadium has seen a number of big-name baseball players, including Yogi Berra in 1943 when he was just a high school athlete.
Enjoy fun and exciting baseball action by this professional baseball team that won the NBC regional title and placed fourth in the World Series in 1996.
This 100 voice chorus performs four to five concerts annually in a variety of styles ranging from classical to popular favorites.
A volunteer theater company that presents a multiple-play season.
The Entertainment Series offers national and international stars of music, dance, and theatre in the historic Missouri Theater. The Family Series offers programming suited for families with small children.
Professional orchestra with full season of symphonic and band concerts.
Considered to be one of the four finest theaters in the United States, this Moorish style building is a classic example of a 1920's Palace theater with features including a huge Bedouin tent ceiling and many sculptures including winged bulls, gods, and archers in combat.
A member of the United States Basketball League, this professional basketball team plays exciting games at the St. Joseph Civic Arena from April through September.
Terrible's St. Jo Frontier Casino is located at St. Joseph, Missouri. It is the second smallest casino in Missouri and is owned by Affinity Gaming. This casino has 556 gaming machines and has 11 poker tables. Initially when it had opened it did not have permissions to have slot machines so only card games were played then. On November 8, 1994 Missouri residents approved slots and after that it started functioning as a full fledged casino.
A turn-of-the-century theater, wonderfully restored to a functional historic landmark. Events will be presented throughout the year.