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Tailgate among the canopy of oaks at LSU, cruise the waters of the mighty Mississippi River, listen to the blues at the annual Blues Festival, gallivant with some of country music's hottest stars at Bayou Country Superfest, or come downtown to the town square for live local music.
If you're looking to perfect the foodie in you, learn the culinary secrets to great outdoor Louisiana-style cooking while taking in some of Baton Rouge’s best views. Take part in the food truck phenomenon hitting the streets of Baton Rouge or join locals at Baton Rouge restaurants and area hotspots enjoying the cuisine that our award winning chefs have learned to perfect.
Relax a bit and see why shopping is one of our favorite things to do in Baton Rouge. With so many shops you'll see why Baton Rougeans have a passion for shopping.
Where ever your travels take you in the Red Stick be sure to hop on a trolley and experience the magic of this timeless destination.
Get in tune with Mo Isom as she sits center stage with jazz trumpeter John Gray while discovering that mastering her trumpet playing skills is no match for this soccer star. And, nothing can prepare you for the hilarious play between Mo and Conductor David Torns as she tries her hand at the classics.
Tag along with Mo Isom, former LSU Soccer standout who later tried out for the LSU Football team, as she makes her way to the lush, languid grounds of Nottoway Plantation and Resort. Located just a short drive from Baton Rouge, Mo discovers why this magnificently built, majestically preserved plantation is worth a visit or an overnight stay or two.