December 12, 2008
DUBUQUE, Iowa - The old era of gambling in Dubuque ended last Sunday morning
when the Diamond Jo Riverboat Casino closed its doors at 2am ending 14 years of
The new era began yesterday when the new Diamond Jo Casino opened downtown. The
188,000 square-foot entertainment complex cost $84.1 million and features more
than 900 slot machines, 30 bowling lanes, three restaurants, three bars and
5,000 square feet in meeting and banquet space.
Entertainers like pop and country star Jewel, Collective Soul, Darius Rucker,
the Doobie Brothers and Cheap Trick are slated for upcoming performances.
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