Built circa 1995, this landmark is located in the heart of Downtown St. Louis, seating more than 70,000 people for sporting ... More
Edward Jones Dome
Built circa 1995, this landmark is located in the heart of Downtown St. Louis, seating more than 70,000 people for sporting events, concerts and conventions. Although the dome is young, it has been a host to many personalities and groups, such as the Backstreet Boys, Aerosmith, the Pope and the St. Louis Rams . Tickets can be purchased by telephone, through the dome's Web site or at the box office. Parking around and near the dome is plentiful, and most spots are within easy walking distance. MetroLink may be the best way to get there. There are concession vendors and onsite novelty sales.
My 2nd year to be blessed with attending/volunteering for the Joyce Meyer Ministeries.. what a amazing venue.. always clean, well stocked stadium..
Along with the stadium St Louis is a beauiful clean .. city to visit/staying at the Drury Hotel at the Arch, great morning view with the sunrise.... will be back again soon and most diffently 9/13
St. Alphonsus Liguori "Rock" Church has been an area landmark since its dedication in 1872 and is now home to
more than 1,300 church families. Although it has undergone several additions since the 1800s, its mission has not changed. ...
St. Louis' City Hall, a massive stone building at the corner of Tucker and Market streets, was designed in 1890,
when the city was still among the half dozen largest cities in the country. Roughly modeled after the city ...
Travel to another world with the St. Louis African Chorus. Concerts are performed throughout the year, indicated via an updated
calendar on the group's Web site. The Chorus provides an outlet for African culture in the area and continues ...