Comfort Suites University
3045 Valley Creek Road
Baton Rouge, LA 70808
Phone: (225) 923-3377
Fax: (225) 924-7044
Artisans will demonstrate skills that were used on Louisiana plantations and farms during harvest time in the 1800's. These include harvesting, hunting, corn grinding, soap making, and open hearth cooking. The annual Rural Life Harvest Days will take place September 24 & 25, 2011.
You are invited to join the Baton Rouge area's best chefs at the Crowne Plaza Baton Rouge hotel for a weekend filled with amazing food, live entertainment, and culinary classes given by world renowned chefs. Baton Rouge Epicurean Society presents:\\Thursday, August 22, 2013\Baton Rouge Epicurean Society Dinner - Grace 'Mama' Marino Lifetime Achievement Award Dinner Honoring Vince Ferachi\6 pm Gathering - 7 pm Dinner\Live entertainment and fine wines paired with a seven-course dinner prepared by amazing chefs from the Baton Rouge area.
Over 10 movies are shown at this Fandango movie theater.
As one of Baton Rouge's top live music venues and bars, the Varsity Theatre has been around since 1991. Everything from the projection screens, decor, stage setup to the lighting and expert mixologists are top notch, making it easy to see why its so popular among the city folk. The space can also be rented for private parties and concerts. Check the website for events.
The Varsity is the place to dance and listen to live music in Baton Rouge. In addition to offering world class live entertainment, this venue is host to many spectacular private parties and luncheons. They have also become a popular meeting place, before and after many a walk to and from Tiger Stadium, Alex Box or the Pete Maravich Assembly Center to see the Tigers.
The Baton Rouge Symphony is Louisiana's oldest, continuously performing orchestra. They offer several orchestral and chamber concerts per year via special events and series.
The Baton Rouge Little Theater brings well known productions to the area each season.
This event venue is as laid back as it can get, the property is residential place and hosts various music artists and music band gigs. They believe in being a 'not for profit' venue as they have cheap ticket rates but are open to donation to give the artist. They also request visitors to bring canned for a donation cause. All the shows the Red Dragon Listening Room hosts starts at 8:00pm and they open their doors at 7:30, so make sure you're on time as the place might get full.
"Death Valley", as the stadium is popularly known, could not be more alive. The opposing teams have their work cut out for them as the fans make it virtually impossible for them to play. With a seating capacity of over 91,644, this is the fourth largest on-campus college football stadium in the country. LSU's colors are purple and gold - on a game night, the stadium seems to be painted in these colors. Popularly known as The Tigers, the home team have a record of winning more evening games than any other. So, it's proven...Cats do see better at night! The stadium is choc-a-bloc with activity.
Located in the Louisiana State University, next to the Tiger Stadium, this Arena seldom goes unnoticed. The LSU Assembly Center renamed it after the passing away of the famous sports star. Also known as the Deaf Dome, this place can accommodate up to 14,000 people at a time. It has been the venue for the NCAA regional basketball tournaments. Apart from sporting events, you may also drive down here for concerts.
In association with the LSU Department of Theatre, Swine Palace produces several professional productions per year in which Louisiana born, resident, and/or trained talent is featured.
Built in 1850 this ornately designed antebellum home is one of the last remaining examples of its kind in Baton Rouge. Located on the Highland Road, the splendid estate also features two pretty gazebos and a beautiful fountain, thus providing the background for most charming private events in the community. Used primarily for romantic weddings, the Mount Hope Plantation can accommodate up to 200 guests.