Cape Girardeau Event Tickets
Latest Cape Girardeau Tickets
|Event Venue & Location||Date & Time||Tickets|
Sep 21 2019
Show Me Center
Sep 27 2019
Show Me Center
Oct 3 2019
Bedell Performance Hall
Oct 8 2019
Bedell Performance Hall
Nov 23 2019
Bedell Performance Hall
Dec 9 2019
Upcoming Concerts in Cape Girardeau
Upcoming Sports in Cape Girardeau
Upcoming Theater in Cape Girardeau
Top Selling Venues in Cape Girardeau
Details of Cape Girardeau and the Ticket Luck value
Only a few places in the world have that much beauty and charm that Cape Girardeau holds for us. This 200 years old city has an unmatchable historic significance as well as all new world facilities.
Located in Cape Girardeau and Scott counties in Southeast Missouri of the United States, this is the largest city in Cape Girardeau County and can be accessed easily from all the major cities of America.
Cape Girardeau is among the most visited cities of America. The city is famous for its accommodating nature, good infrastructure and booming cultural scene. It also attracts because of its rich history full of many glorious events.
The city is named after Jean Baptiste de Girardot, an adventuresome French soldier who established a trading post in this region in 1773 while it was populated by more than 20 Native American tribes.
It was somewhere in 1793, when Don Louis Lorimier was given land grant of this area by the Spanish government. Many trappers and river travelers soon discovered this welcoming community. They called the place Cape Girardot in honor of Jean Baptiste de Girardot.
The settlement thrived rapidly under Lorimiers intelligent government and continuing promotion. While some of his companions named it Lorimont, the name Cape Girardot gained popular acceptance among the regions small population.
The Louisiana Purchase of 1803 brought the Missouri region into American possession at the cost of 2 cents per acre. At this point, Louis Lorimier donated four acres for the establishment of a seat of justice.
As a result, town was officially founded on February 3, 1806 and was incorporated on December 18, 1808. While Lorimier died in 1812 and buried in historic Old Lorimier Cemetery, Cape Girardeau remained shinning as his gift to the nation.
The city of Cape Girardeau started flourishing in 1835 as a river boom town. It was the busiest port between St. Louis and Memphis. Until the Civil War, the Riverfront bustled with activity as a commercial center and as an inviting port of debarkation for steamboat passengers.
Cape Girardeau evolved a lot during most of the 1800s. However, during the Civil War, it was occupied by Union forces who built four forts to protect the city and river. For a brief period in 1863, General Ulysses S. Grant set up headquarters in Cape Girardeau before moving his headquarters to Cairo, Illinois.
A minor skirmish was fought just west of town in 1863, but fortunately Cape Girardeau was spared the devastation that claimed other cities. In the post-Civil War years, Cape Girardeau grew quite astonishingly. With the establishment of public education in 1867, the introduction of rail service and advances in agriculture and industry; the city became an important economic hub.
The real pride of the city came in 1873 when a teaching university was founded here. This is now called Southeast Missouri State University and provides higher education to more than 8,000 students in all disciplines.
Cape Girardeau now serves as the regional hub for education, commerce, and medical care. Not only citizens, it is a perfect delight for tourists as well as the city offers unlimited fun options for everyone.
From shopping to dining, from sports to entertainment and from nature to architect; everything is mesmerizing in this city. Although there is a variety of attractions and great things to see and do in Cape Girardeau, we will list only a few of the many temptations that the city offers us.
Cape Girardeau has preserved its heritage quite carefully. A brief look at citys architect and you will fall in love with its architect. The Victorian style Glenn House is a registered National Historic Place and is place worth visiting. The Gothic style Old St. Vincent's Church, Main and William is also a beautiful example of architectural beauty. Old Lorimier Cemetery is the oldest man-made landmark of the city made in 1808.
Cape Girardeaus past can also be visited through Cape River Heritage Museum that features special displays about the city besides other things. You may also want to search out the city's Civil War heritage.
The Historic Downtown District is the most amazing place in the city as it has the Missouri Wall of Fame and the Riverfront Park that captures the magnificence of the mighty Mississippi River. View this from atop the hillside of the old Common Pleas Courthouse and you will have the most beautiful scenery before you.
Some of the most amazing attractions of Cape Girardeau include Cape Rock Park, Rose Display Garden, Oliver House and Memorial to Veterans of All Wars in Brookside Park.
The North Cape County Park between Cape Girardeau and Jackson provides a wonderful picnic experience while the Show Me Center is home to year-round concerts and sporting events.
Cape Girardeau is a culturally-rich modern city that is both beautiful captivating. Rich in the heritage and always welcoming, Cape Girardeau should be your next holiday destination. So go for it and enjoy good times.
Cape Girardeau Tickets Prices
The average Cape Girardeau Tickets price will cost you between $41 and $453, if you are looking for the cheapest seats then catch the event being held at the Houck Stadium, Cape Girardeau on 21/09/2019. The average ticket will cost you the highest on 03/10/2019 at the Show Me Center, Cape Girardeau.
Minimum get in price is for Cape Girardeau Tickets is $23 for the event being held at the Bedell Performance Hall, Cape Girardeau on 08/10/2019 , there are some venues that have a much higher get in price, for instance the cheapest seats at the Show Me Center, Cape Girardeau on 03/10/2019 will set you back $135.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price (Minimum Price)|
|Southeast Missouri Redhawks vs. West Virginia State Yellow Jackets||Cape Girardeau||21-Sep-19||$41||$41|
|Godsmack & Halestorm||Cape Girardeau||27-Sep-19||$200||$64|
|Luke Combs||Cape Girardeau||3-Oct-19||$453||$135|
|Southeast Missouri Symphony Orchestra: Cho-Liang Lin - Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto||Cape Girardeau||8-Oct-19||$161||$23|
|Big Band Christmas Jukebox||Cape Girardeau||23-Nov-19||$122||$38|
|Moscow Ballet's Great Russian Nutcracker||Cape Girardeau||9-Dec-19||$160||$51|
Cape Girardeau Tickets Promo Code
Use LUCK18 as the promo code and get a 3% discount on Cape Girardeau Tickets. This is a wonderful opportunity to enjoy the thrilling live performance in Cape Girardeau
|Promo Code||Discount Percentage||Date||Event|
|LUCK18 td >||3%||21-Sep-19||Southeast Missouri Redhawks vs. West Virginia State Yellow Jackets|
|LUCK18 td >||3%||27-Sep-19||Godsmack & Halestorm|
|LUCK18 td >||3%||3-Oct-19||Luke Combs|
|LUCK18 td >||3%||8-Oct-19||Southeast Missouri Symphony Orchestra: Cho-Liang Lin - Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto|
|LUCK18 td >||3%||23-Nov-19||Big Band Christmas Jukebox|