Our Top 10 Shreveport/Bossier City Weekend Events Friday, October 26 – Sunday, October 28
It's opening weekend for the State Fair of Louisiana and there's tons of live music in town, the Heroes run to get into and more!
It's the opening weekend of the State Fair of Louisiana and we're so ready for Malone's salt water taffey and turkey legs, plus the big performances by Cupid Friday night and Frank Foster Saturday night. Get ready to ride the rides and enjoy the magic of the midway! You also don't want to miss The 2018 Northwest Louisiana Heart Walk Saturday morning at 8am. Be a part of raising money to reach this year's goal of $100,000 to help fight heart disease and stroke.
This Saturday is the 3rd annual Brookshire’s + Super 1 Foods Heroes Run with proceeds benefiting first responders and military heroes. Races include a half marathon, 5K and Kids 1K and they all start and stop at the Shreveport Convention Center downtown.
Sarepta, Louisiana's own Trace Adkins is bringing his signature country sound to a now sold out 21+ show Friday night at the Horseshoe Casino Riverdome. If you don't already have tickets, it looks like, You're Gonna Miss This... Show time is 8pm.
If it seems like country has come to town this weekend, it has! Join Turnpike Troubadours and special guest Stoney Larue at the CenturyLink Center in Bossier City Friday night at 7:30pm. Tickets are still available and start as low as $14.75.
The pride of Bastrop, LA, country music up and comer, Dylan Scott, is taking over The Stage at Silverstar Friday night for a 21+ show. Doors open at 7pm, showtime is at 8pm and advance general admission tickets are $25.
This Saturday is the opening of the fall edition of the Shreveport Farmers Market in Festival Plaza in downtown Shreveport. It will run each Saturday from 8am-12pm through November 17th with locally-grown produce, homemade foods and crafts, hot food to be eaten on site and live music.
If you're all about your yard, you don't want to miss this Saturday's Northwest Louisiana Master Gardeners 2018 Fall Bulb Sale at the Randall T. Moore Center on Fairfield Avenue in Shreveport from 8am-12pm. If you have questions about what grows best, where and when, these are the folks you need to be talking to! There will be 5,000+ heirloom bulbs (more than thirty varieties) that thrive in the South for sale.
See 200+ horse and rider teams from around the country compete in the sport of eventing, which consists of dressage, show jumping and cross country, just like you see during the equestrian sports portion of the Olympic games at Holly Hill Equestrian Center in Benton, LA this Saturday and Sunday!
Cajun Navy Supply is asking for your help and donations to aid the victims of Hurricane Michael. They'll be on site at the Bossier City Farmers Market Saturday from 9am-1pm collecting items and then in Haughton at Devil Knot Haunted Trail from 8pm-12am.
Saturday is opening day of deer season in Area 2, northwest Louisiana, 'nuff said! Make sure to get his credit card before he heads off to the woods ladies!