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The Mizzou Tigers kick off this Saturday at 3:00 PM at Memorial Stadium against the Kentucky Wildcats.

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PRE-GAME:

The CoMo Connect public transit system offers gameday shuttles to and from the stadium! Check out information on schedules and routes here.

Check out The Mizzou Store on campus for gameday gear and more!

Have questions about MU’s tailgating rules? Need a great game day recipe? Find everything you need on the Mizzou Tailgating website or on our Pinterest boards: Gear Up for Game Day and Tiger Tailgating!

WHILE YOU’RE HERE:

Below is a list of some other great activities going on this weekend! Check out our calendar of events to see more.

Twilight Walk: Haunted Buildings and Those That Have Burned 7 PM Thursday
City Hall Key, 701 E. Broadway

“The How and Why” 7:30 PM Thursday-Saturday, 2 PM Sunday
Corner Playhouse, University of Missouri

“Precious Little” 7:30 Thursday-Saturday, 2 PM Sunday
Warehouse Theatre, Stephens College

Eric Paslay, Ben Rue 8:30 PM Thursday
The Blue Note, 17 N. 9th St.

Deja Vu Comedy Club presents Rex Havens and Rob Durham 7 and 8:15 PM Friday, 8 and 10 PM Saturday
Deja Vu, 405 Cherry St.

“The Light in the Piazza” 7:30 PM Friday-Saturday
Macklanburg Playhouse, 100 Willis Ave.

Halloweenie 4-6 PM Friday
The District

Parks and Recreation’s “Spooktacular” 5-7 PM Friday
Hearnes Center

Mizzou Volleyball vs. Arkansas 6:30 PM Friday
Hearnes Center

A Very Decadent Halloween with Decadent Nation and Devices for Survival 8 PM Friday
Mojo’s, 1013 Park Ave.

Halloween Hooplah 9 AM Saturday
Katfish Katy’s, 8825 Sarr St.

Mizzou Wrestling Alumni Match 11 AM Saturday
Hearnes Center

Back to the 80s Dance Party 8 PM Saturday
The Bridge, 1020 E. Walnut

For more information on this weekend’s live music, check out our “Music Monday” blog.

FOOTBALL FRIDAYS:

It’s Football Friday, every Friday of home football games at the Walton Building! Be sure to stop by the Walton Building, location of the Convention and Visitors Bureau, on Friday for visitor information and cookies!

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The Mizzou Tigers kick off this Saturday at 3:00 PM at Memorial Stadium against the Indiana Hoosiers.

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PRE-GAME:

The CoMo Connect public transit system offers gameday shuttles to and from the stadium! Check out information on schedules and routes.

Check out The Mizzou Store on campus for gameday gear and more!

Have questions about MU’s tailgating rules? Need a great game day recipe? Find everything you need on the Mizzou Tailgating website or on our Pinterest boards: Gear Up for Game Day and Tiger Tailgating!

It’s Family Weekend at Mizzou! Check out the university’s Stuff To Do calendar for special family weekend events!

WHILE YOU’RE HERE:

Below is a list of some other great activities going on this weekend! Check out our calendar of events to see more.

Columbia Entertainment Company presents “Avenue Q” 7:30 PM Thursday-Saturday and 2 PM Sunday
Columbia Entertainment Company, 1800 Nelwood

University of Missouri Department of Theatre presents the 12th Annual Life and Literature Performance Series 7:30 PM Thursday-Saturday and 2 PM Sunday
Corner Playhouse on the MU campus

Deja Vu Comedy Club presents hypnotist Doug Thompson 9:30 PM Thursday and 8 PM and 10 PM Friday-Saturday
Deja Vu, 405 Cherry St

Food Truck Friday 11 AM-2 PM
Lucky’s Market, 111 S. Providence

Mizzou Women’s Soccer vs. Louisiana State 6:30 PM Friday
Walton Stadium, 1 Champions Dr., MU

Talking Horse Productions presents “Paper Daddy” 7:30 PM Friday-Saturday and 2 PM Sunday
Talking Horse Theatre, 210 St. James St.

Midwest Cowboys Rodeo Company Friday-Saturday
Central Missouri Events Center

Art Unleashed 7 PM Friday
Kemper Arena, 1270 E. Boone Industrial Dr.

The Bridge presents Vehicles, Ray Wild 8 PM Friday
The Bridge, 1020 E. Walnut

The Blue Note presents St. Lucia, Rose Quartz, The Electric Sons 9 PM Friday
The Blue Note, 17 N. 9th St.

Mojo’s presents Pepperland 9:30 Friday
Mojo’s, 1013 Park Ave.

37th Annual Heritage Festival 10 AM – 5 PM, Saturday-Sunday
Nifong Park, 3700 Ponderosa

The Bridge presents We Live In Public, Oversight Committee, The Invisible World 8 PM Saturday
The Bridge, 1020 E. Walnut

The Blue Note presents Four Skeevy Dudes, Fail Inc., Almost Taken, Downphase 9 PM Saturday
The Blue Note, 17 N. 9th St.

Mojo’s presents The Damn Quails, Schuyler Prenger and the Dirt Road Junkies 9:30 PM Saturday
Mojo’s, 1013 Park Ave.

North Village Arts District’s Farmers and Artisans Market 9 AM – 1 PM Sunday
Wabash Station, 126 N. 10th St.

Dinner on the River (Slow Food Katy Trail) 4 PM Sunday
Les Bourgeois, Rocheport MO

FOOTBALL FRIDAYS:

It’s Football Friday, every Friday of home football games at the Walton Building! Be sure to stop by the Walton Building, location of the Convention and Visitors Bureau, on Friday for visitor information and cookies!

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The Mizzou Tigers kick off this Saturday at 11:00 AM at Memorial Stadium against the Central Florida Knights.

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PRE-GAME:

The CoMo Connect public transit system offers gameday shuttles to and from the stadium! Check out information on schedules and routes.

Check out The Mizzou Store on campus for gameday gear and more!

Have questions about MU’s tailgating rules? Need a great game day recipe? Find everything you need on the Mizzou Tailgating website.

Also check out the CVB’s Pinterest boards: Gear Up for Game Day and Tiger Tailgating!

WHILE YOU’RE HERE

Below is a list of some other great activities going on this weekend! Check out our calendar of events to see more.

Columbia Entertainment Company presents “Avenue Q” 7:30 PM Thursday-Saturday and 2 PM Sunday
Columbia Entertainment Company, 1800 Nelwood

Maplewood Barn Theatre presents “Something’s Afoot” 8 PM Thursday-Sunday
Maplewood Barn, 2900 E. Nifong

Deja Vu Comedy Club presents Joe Marlotti 9:30 PM Thursday, 9 PM Friday, 8 PM and 10 PM Saturday
Deja Vu, 405 Cherry St.

Talking Horse Productions presents “Paper Daddy” 7:30 PM Friday and Saturday, 6 PM Sunday
Talking Horse Theatre, 210 St. James St.

Mizzou Women’s Soccer vs. Montana 6:30 PM Friday
Walton Soccer Field, 1 Champions Dr.

Parks and Recreation presents Movies in the Park: Frozen 8 PM Friday
Flat Branch Park

Battle of Centralia Saturday and Sunday
3 miles southeast of Centralia at the historic battlefield

Central Missouri Renaissance Festival 10 AM – 6 PM Saturday and Sunday
Boster Castle, Kingdom City

The Blue Note presents Grateful Dead Tribute: The Schwag 9 PM Saturday
The Blue Note, 17 S. 9th St.

Farmers and Artisans Market 9 AM -1 PM Sunday
126 N. 10th St.

Loop the City Ride 10 AM Sunday
Bonnie View Nature Sanctuary shelter house, 3300 Rollins Rd.

Kidz Bop Kids: Dream Big, Sing Loud! 6:30 PM Sunday
Missouri Theatre, 203 S. 9th St.

For more information on this weekend’s live music, check out our “Music Monday” blog.

FOOTBALL FRIDAYS:

It’s Football Friday, every Friday of home football games at the Walton Building! Be sure to stop by the Walton Building, location of the Convention and Visitors Bureau, on Friday for visitor information and cookies!

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The Mizzou Tigers kick off this Saturday at 2:30 PM at Memorial Stadium against the South Dakota State Jackrabbits.

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NEW THIS YEAR:

The new and improved Memorial Stadium will make its debut Saturday. The additions include upper deck and club seating, new restrooms, concessions, lounge areas, elevators, and a new secured tailgating area called Truman’s Terrace. Capacity is now back to around 71,000, which ranks us #10 in the SEC!

Mick Deaver Drive Closure: In order to accommodate pedestrian traffic entering the east side of Memorial Stadium, Mick Deaver Dr. will be closed at Stadium Blvd. to vehicular traffic on game day. Lot B & Lot J passholders may enter via the intersection of Champions and Mick Deaver. No vehicles will be permitted to enter Mick Deaver from Stadium Blvd. Mick Deaver will re-open for outbound traffic only.

Taxi Stands: In order to ensure the safety of taxi patrons and to help alleviate traffic congestion, taxis will now be required to utilize a taxi stand on game day. The taxi stand on game days is located on Champions Drive near the Lot G entrance.

See Memorial Stadium on Gameday for other changes.

PRE-GAME:

The CoMo Connect public transit system offers gameday shuttles to and from the stadium! Check out information on schedules and routes.

Check out The Mizzou Store on campus for gameday gear and more!

Have questions about MU’s tailgating rules? Need a great game day recipe? Find everything you need on the Mizzou Tailgating website.

Also check out the CVB’s Pinterest boards: Gear Up for Game Day and Tiger Tailgating!

WHILE YOU’RE HERE:

Below is a list of some other great activities going on this weekend! Check out our calendar of events to see more.

Maplewood Barn Theatre presents “Something’s Afoot” Thursday-Sunday, 8 PM.
Nifong Park, 2900 E. Nifong Blvd.

Talking Horse Productions presents “Bingo – The Winning Musical” Friday-Saturday 7:30 PM, Sunday 2 PM
Talking Horse Theatre, 210 St. James St.

Deja Vu Comedy Club presents The Fryman and Tim Harrison Thursday 9:30 PM, Friday and Saturday 9 PM
Deja Vu, 405 Cherry St.

Columbia College Women’s Volleyball Friday vs. Bethel College (3 PM) and vs. Robert Morris College (7 PM)
Columbia College, Rogers St.

Columbia Farmers Market Saturday 8 AM – Noon
The Arc, 1701 W. Ash St.

Hometown Festival Saturday-Sunday, Noon – 5 PM
Bass Pro Shops, 3101 Bass Pro Dr.

Farmers and Artisans Market Sunday 9 AM – 1 PM
Wabash Station, 126 N. 10th St.

Sunday Family Dinner Train 1-3 PM
Columbia Star Dinner Train, 6501 N. Brown Station Rd.

Find information on this week’s live music in Columbia on our blog.

 FOOTBALL FRIDAYS:

It’s Football Friday, every Friday of home football games at the Walton Building! Be sure to stop by the Walton Building, location of the Convention and Visitors Bureau, on Friday for visitor information and cookies!

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If you love Columbia on Mizzou football weekends, have you found your way over to opens in a new windowGameday in Columbia yet? It’s our newest blog celebrating all things Columbia during a Mizzou football weekend and it’s the best place to get previews, shuttle information, traditions, great Tiger gear and more! So come on over, we’d love to have you!

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In Columbia, many fall weekends mean suiting up in black and gold and heading to Memorial Stadium to cheer on the Mizzou Tiger Football team. Of course, there’s more to Columbia than the Tigers, and plenty of things to enjoy while you’re into for football weekends. We’ve wrapped all of those game weekend activities and facts up for you in our new blog, opens in a new windowGameday in Columbia.

Gameday in Columbia

On the blog, you’ll find everything you need to make your football (and any other) trip to Columbia memorable. From tailgates to traditions and cuisine to concerts, we’ll have you covered. Keep checking back throughout the season!

While we’re at it, have you voted for Truman today?

Well, have you? Truman is part of the opens in a new windowCapital One Mascot Challenge, and in his Week 4 face-off he’s up against a familiar foe…the Texas Tech Red Raider. Help keep Truman in the lead by opens in a new windowvoting now!

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It’s hard to believe, but football season is just around the corner! Soon it will be time to pull out your black and gold and gear up for opens in a new windowMizzou’s first year in the Southeastern Conference. This season promises to be extra exciting with both Georgia and Alabama making their appearance in opens in a new window Columbia, with a full home slate of seven games.

Whether you’re a lifelong fan or this will be you’re first visit to opens in a new windowThe Zou, here are a few fun resources for Tiger and visiting fans alike…

Still not quite ready for football season? Stay tuned for more updates about upcoming games, other fantastic Columbia fun to have while you’re in town and more.

Oh, and one last thing. M-I-Z!

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