Springfield Mo Tickets
Springfield is probably one of the best cities to live in the state of Missouri. Surrounded by a number of lakes, this is a lush green city with a number of attractions and venues worth visiting. The city is famous for being the birthplace of the famous highway called U.S Route 66. Springfield has lush green parks, shopping district, arts center as well as a museum. If you want to spend an enjoyable day in Springfield with your friends and family then you should get Springfield MO tickets
- Wicked, Juanita K. Hammons Hall tickets for 02/03 07:30 PM at Juanita K. Hammons Hall ,Springfield ,MO
- Wed Feb 03 2016
- Moscow Ballet's Great Russian Nutcracker, Gillioz Theatre tickets for 12/08 07:00 PM at Gillioz Theatre ,Springfield ,MO
- Tue Dec 08 2015
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Venues of Springfield Mo
Springfield, MO is a city that was founded in 1838. It is part of the Green Christian County. The town is located at an altitude of 396 meters. The population of the city is over 160,000 and this makes Springfield the third largest city in the state. The current city mayor is Bob Stephens. The city is surrounded by picturesque lakes such as Fellows, Pomme de Terre Lake and Table Rock Lake. There are a number of tributaries around the city feeding the James River that flows nearby. The city enjoys a moderate climate during summers, the mercury going hardly above 89 F. But the winters can get pretty cold due to snowfall, with temperatures often going below freezing point. The temperatures vary a lot in Springfield and this is why it is listed on Forbes list of "America’s Wildest Weather Cities." U.S. Route 66 was started in Springfield in 1926 as it was in this town that the historic announcement of developing a route from Los Angeles to Chicago was made.
Springfield has five famous sports teams, namely Springfield Cardinals (baseball), Springfield Lasers (tennis), Springfield Wolfpack (arena football), Missouri Thrill (basketball) and Springfield Demize (soccer). The main downtown area is where all the main venues are situated, be it music halls, bars, nightclubs and bars. Two historic theaters in Springfield are Landers Theater and Gillioz Theater. The city has also received nationwide recognition for making country music popular. Some other important places worth visiting are the American Civil War Library, the Creamery Arts Center, Flower Pentecostal Heritage Center, History Museum for Springfield, Commercial Street Historic District, Dr. Michael J Clark History Museum of Ozarks Scouting, Gray Campbell Farmstead, Missouri Institute of Natural Science and Trails of Tears National Historic Trail. A few of the places in Springfield have been enlisted in the National Register of Historic Places such as Jefferson Avenue Footbridge, Springfield National Cemetery, Abou Ben Adhem Shrine Mosque and Walnut Street Historic District.
Springfield is an ideal city where one can enjoy a number of activities. There is fun-filled recreation, sports and delicious local cuisine for everyone. You can enjoy visiting the five famous lakes around the town or go and watch a game of Springfield Cardinals or Springfield Demize. This city has a lot to offer to its visitors so get ready for a great time. Springfield MO tickets are now available so quickly book your deals now.