Visitors to the Mississippi River levee in downtown Baton Rouge can see a new sculpture and hear it make music inspired by the river. The sculpture is reflective (think “The Bean” in Chicago) and lights up at night, making it visible event from the Mississippi River bridge. But most impressive is its ability to interact with the surroundings. Appropriately named "Sing The River," the sculpture is connected to sensors in the mighty Mississippi River and plays music that corresponds with the rise and fall of the water. This striking sculpture on the Mississippi River levee is new must-see spot to that Baton Rouge bucket list. Find it at the Florida Street riverfront access point at the intersection of River Road and Florida St. downtown. The sculpture was designed by California-based artist Po Shu Wang and gifted to the City-Parish of Baton Rouge by the Rotary Club of Baton Rouge.