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Visit See Justin Moore In Concert Popular site    Last Update 2013/1/29 10:07
Category  Web Sites In Trenton, Missouri
Concert Event Information Sheet

With special guests
Dustin Lynch & Jon Pardi

VENUE: St. Joseph Civic Arena
100 North 4th Street
St. Joseph, MO 64501


TIME: 7:30 PM

Concert Announce: Friday, February 1st (morning drive)

TICKET ON SALE DATE: Friday, February 8th at 10:00AM

Ticket Prices $39.75 PIT (Standing Room Only)
$39.75 / $26.75 (Reserved)*
*(Prices do include a facility fee but may not include any applicable service or convenience charges)


Tickets are available at the St. Joseph Civic Arena Box Office, charge by phone at 800-745-3000, and online at

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Visit Trenton, Mo at Wikipedia Popular site    atom Last Update 2009/9/10 10:49
Category  Web Sites In Trenton, Missouri
Trenton is a city in Grundy County, Missouri, United States. The population was 6,216 at the 2000 census. It is the county seat of Grundy County.

Trenton was first settled in 1834 and was known as Lomax Store for the J.S. Lomax General Store on a bluff above the Thompson Branch of the Grand River (Missouri). It was renamed Bluff Grove and won a battle with Tindall, Missouri to become the county seat of Grundy County, Missouri. The hilly area today is called the "Green Hills." It was renamed again in 1842 in honor of Trenton, New Jersey.

The Chicago and Southwestern Railroad (which became part of the Rock Island Line) arrived in 1869. In 1890 Avalon College, which had been founded in Avalon, Missouri by the United Brethern in 1869 moved to Trenton because of proximity to the railroad. The College nearly closed again.

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