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L’Auberge Casino and Hotel Baton Rouge announces its spring performances with Michael Bolton, Gladys Knight and Frank Caliendo! Click below for more information.More Information >
Life is about celebrating, and in Baton Rouge, we do plenty of it. During your visit, make it a point to stop by a local festival or event—there’s always something worth celebrating here.
Join a tailgate for an LSU football game, where the LSU band (a.k.a., the golden band from Tigerland) and thousands of Louisiana State University fanatics form a powerful cheering force for the LSU football team. Mo Isom and her crew have crafted their own remix of the LSU fight song that will bring out the Tiger love in you. Make sure to stick around for the end, where Mo catches head coach Les Miles on the streets of LSU’s Baton Rouge campus.
The annual Jambalaya Festival is one of the largest festivals in the state. It features many activities that highlight the varied heritage and cultures of the area, including live music on three stages throughout the festival, car show, 5K and 1 Mile Run, carnival fun. The highlight of the event is the cooking contest, with entrants vying for the title of "World Jambalaya Cooking Champ of Champs". Guinness Book of Record holder for the largest pot of Jambalaya! For more information and times of events visit www.jambalayafestival.org.
Wake up to the best of the seasons harvest every Saturday morning. Market operates rain or shine with over 50 vendors consisting of Louisiana small family farmers and artisans. Some of the items available for purchase include fresh fruits, vegetables, Angus beef, poultry, farm fresh eggs, dairy products, fresh baked goods, fresh cut flowers, seasonal plants, native Louisiana wines, and much more. Visit their website for an up to date list of what's fresh this week!More Information >
KIDD Keynotes is a free, monthly lecture series sponsored by the USS KIDD Veterans Museum. This month’s topic will help educate the public on the dangers of synthetic cannabinoid use. East Baton Rouge Parish Coroner William "Beau" Clark, MD, FACEP, D-ABMDI will be our keynote speaker.
Activities will include music, bagpipe bands, Scottish Highland and country dancing performances and authentic Scottish food booths.
This is a family friendly event and there will be children’s activities and even children’s highland games, so bring the whole family.
A music festival slated for Memorial Day weekend 2015. Featuring Kenny Chesney, Brantley Gilbert, Tyler Farr, Colt Ford, and Kristian Bush on Saturday. On Sunday, Blake Shelton, Miranda Lambert, Kip Moore, David Nail, and Cassadee Pope are featured. For tickets visit www.ticketmaster.com and additional information visit www.bayoucountrysuperfest.com.