Enjoy Baton Rouge festivals and events

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.

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Get Down at L'Auberge Casino and Hotel
Get Down at L'Auberge Casino and Hotel

L’Auberge Casino and Hotel Baton Rouge announces its spring performances with Michael Bolton, Gladys Knight and Frank Caliendo! Click below for more information.

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Rhythms in the Rouge
Rhythms in the Rouge

Tap your toes in Baton Rouge! With plenty of options there’s a genre fit for any taste. For a complete list of upcoming concerts and schedules click on More Information.

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Join a Tailgate and Geaux Tigers!
Join a Tailgate and Geaux Tigers!

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.

American Eagle Riverboat

Aug 06, 2015

Arriving in downtown Baton Rouge, boat schedule subject to change.

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Lunchtime Lecture: The 70th Anniversary of the Atomic Bombing of Japan: A Look Back

Aug 06, 2015

Attorney Gary C. Ethridge will discuss two dramatic events that hastened the end of WWII with Japan: the use of the uranium bomb code name 'Little Boy' against Hiroshima and the use of the plutonium bomb code named 'Fat Man' against Nagasaki in 1945.

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American Eagle Riverboat

Aug 10, 2015

Arriving in downtown Baton Rouge, boat schedule subject to change.

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When the Cannons Fell Silent

Aug 11, 2015 - Aug 16, 2015

This is an exhibit commemorating the sesquicentennial of the end of the American Civil War. The exhibit features one of the finest collections of original Civil War prints available.

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Too Close/Not Close Enough: New Work by Emily LaCour

Aug 11, 2015 - Aug 14, 2015

Emily LaCour was born in New Orleans in 1990. She received her BFA in painting and drawing from Louisiana State University then continued her studies as a fellow of the Meadows School of Art at Southern Methodist University where she was awarded her MFA in 2014.  She returned to Louisiana and is currently teaching painting and drawing at LSU. Her exhibition can be viewed at the Arts Council, Monday through Friday from 10am to 5pm.

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Lunchtime Lecture: The Art of the Civil War in the South

Aug 12, 2015

This lecture will be given by Dr. Claudia Kheel.

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