Here is the line up for 2013:
September 6th | BR Symphony Orchestra
For this unique concert kicking off the series the Baton Rouge Symphony will feature a patriotic tribute and american classics. Their setlist includes everything from Duke Ellington to songs from famous films and Broadway shows. This is the BR Symphony’s first ever Live After Five concert!
Photo Credit: Baton Rouge Symphony
September 13th | Rockin Doopsie
This zydeco legend is sure to put on one seriously fun show. Here is what the American Press had to say about him, “He’s boogied with James Brown, packed the House of Blues, played at the White House, and traveled to more cities than a Greyhound. Critics hail him as one of zydeco’s most cherished symbols and a party seems to break out whenever and wherever he and his band show up.” I’d say that pretty much sums up just how great this Rockin Doopsie show is sure to be.
Photo Credit: Rockin Doopsie
September 20th | MoJEAUX
They call themselves “Louisiana’s most diverse and energetic party experience.” I have to agree with them.MoJEAUX will have you up and dancing to your favorite oldies or top 40 in no time. Get your weekend started off right with this show!
Photo Credit: MoJEAUX
September 27th | Jaryd Lane & The Parish
Come check out Jaryd Lane & The Parish’s original south soul, blues and country jams. Read more about Jaryd and check out some songs on their website.
Photo Credit: Jaryd Lane
October 4th | Rusty Yates
Don’t miss Rusty Yates’ original piano driven classic pop, rock, and soul – with horns! I feel like I am already excited from just writing that. See more from Rusty on his website.
Photo Credit: Rusty Yates
October 11th | Gina Brown
Kick off the weekend with some great soul and R&B from Gina Brown. Find out more about Gina and her music on her website.
Photo Credit: Gina Brown
October 18th | Hai Karate
This horn band is sure to be one great party. Hai Karate preforms and fusion of funk and soul that is sure to not disappoint.
Photo Credit: WAFB
October 25th | David St. Romain
Live After Five is closing out the 2013 fall series with allstar Baton Rouge favorite David St. Romain. This is the guy who brought us the amazing rendition of “Sweet Home Alabama” turned “Geaux Tigers Beat Bama.” Don’t miss hearing that and David’s other great country and classic rock hits live!
Photo Credit: David St. Romain
Come get your fall Friday nights started off right at this fantastic Baton Rouge event. See you in Town Square!
Chelsea Bennett, Communications Intern
Chelsea Bennett is a Communications Intern for Visit Baton Rouge. She is a proud lifelong resident of Baton Rouge and LSU student. A lover of all things southern, she is completely infatuated with the sweet Louisiana life and everything quintessentially “Baton Rouge.” Follow Chelsea on Twitter @GeauxChels