Before you cut back on food, drink, spending, or whatever you choose for Lent, get out and overindulge…just as you should. We’ll be around, so come find us or follow along on social media for our live adventures. Hit up our homepage afterwards for some pictures and comments!
Tuesday (2/9) –
There will be all kinds of Fat Tuesday swag – gumbo, beads, games, bourbon, tunes. There is no cover for this celebration and yes, there will be King Cake donuts from the scrumptious HiFive ladies.
LoLo’s story sounds pretty interesting. It’s been a long and winding road for this singer including musicals, multiple relocations and steps to finding herself.
Lit. That’s all I know.
Wednesday (2/10) –
The last Winter Wednesday of the season is always a little bittersweet. Yeah, we’re bummed that the indoor series at the Clifton Center is wrapping up, but it also means that we are getting close to Waterfront Wednesdays! Justin Paul Lewis has been a seriously busy man thus far in 2016, and The Saint Johns are a Nashville duo worth knowing. Join us to close out the 2015-16 season!
Thursday (2/11) –
We’ve been able to chat with two of the artists on this month’s Communion bill and we like what we’ve learned and heard. As is customary, we totally suggest hitting up Zbar for this show because these are some bands that you’ll be glad to see now when they are on the rise.
Another Shreveport, LA musician (Seratones also call the city home) will be right down the road at New Vintage.
Friday (2/12) –
Always a solid Friday night option.
We’re a little biased, but this little country duo is pretty awesome and worth the $5 and Gerstle’s. Aly’An was born and bred out of Central Kentucky and are two of the most likable and hard working gals you’ll ever meet. They like beer, so buy ’em one!
Kaiju’s back room will play host to these local musicians.
Saturday (2/13) –
Have your fun this Valentine’s Day Eve and hit up a Zanzabar brunch Sunday with your honey as a recovery method.
The 2016 TLRS kicks off with a WFPK Winter Wednesday alum, Bear Medicine. Dusty always has the best food, too, to accompany the intimate performance.
Mmhmm. We like this. Not sure what costume we’re going to pull out, but whatever.
For a folkier atmosphere, the boys in these bands have you covered.