An art market, a 4th of July festival and more

Family Night returns to Tin Roof Friday

You heard it right. Back on demand, Tin Roof Brewery Company is set to host Family Friday on the first Friday of every month. Get the kids out of the house for the return of the event this Friday, July 1.

This party is designed for you to take a break and let the kids go wild. Kids can have a blast painting their faces, watching balloon animals being made and jumping in a bouncy house, while adults can enjoy live music and great food from Tre Street Food.

Tin Roof Brewing Company is located at 1624 Wyoming Street. The event starts at 5 p.m. and ends at 8 p.m.

Marc Broussard in concert at L’Auberge on Friday

“Bayou Soul” star and Louisiana native Marc Broussard is coming to The Inn Casino & Hotel this Friday, July 1.

It’s easy to hear the elements of funk, R&B, blues, rock and pop in Broussard’s music. It’s an electric mix that’s sure to get you up and moving. Be sure to catch this proud southerner as he stops by his home state on his world tour.

Doors open at 8 p.m. The show starts at 9 p.m. Tickets are $20; buy them here. The Inn is at 777, avenue de l’Auberge.

Southern art for sale on Saturday

Local shopping can often make the best buys. This Saturday, July 2, come and find your local makers gathered in one place at Baton Rouge Arts Market.

On the first Saturday of each month, the Baton Rouge Arts Market makes it easy for the community to find beautiful, quality products made by reliable and talented artists. The possibilities are endless for what you might find: pottery, clothing, jewelry, paintings, woodwork, and even handmade soap. Live music and a children’s activity center create a welcoming space for the whole family and a range of different interests. You can also stop by the weekly Red Stick Farmers Market while you’re there.

This event lasts from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. at 5th and Main streets in downtown Baton Rouge.

Entertainment before the fourth Sunday

The Red Stick is gearing up for a fantastic 4th of July. Celebrate the birth of our country with the help of local artists during the Independence Weekend Music Festival this Sunday, July 3.

Enjoy live music from headliners Bad Bongo and Dominick Michael. It’s the perfect time to gather your friends and have a spectacular evening before the 4th of July festivities begin. Let loose and embrace your freedom.

Doors open at 5 p.m. The show starts at 6 p.m. Pre-purchased tickets are $15, while tickets purchased at the door are $20; Click on here to buy them in advance. Red Stick Social is located at 1503 Government Street.

Golden Jubilee Sunday

If a music festival isn’t for you, then why not celebrate this year’s Independence Day with a parade? The Baton Rouge Kenilworth Independence Day Parade celebrates its 50th anniversary and it will be unforgettable.

This Golden Jubilee will be a massive commemoration of its humble beginnings in 1973, when there were just a few residents on bikes and lawn mowers with neighborhood children playing instruments in tow. Special guests include Mayor’s Chair Sharon Weston Broome, Grand Marshal Liz Koh of WAFB Channel 9 and ‘Residents of the Year’ Mike and Celeste Robin. This neighborhood parade has now amassed around 50 entries and thousands of spectators.

Weather permitting, the parade will begin at 6:30 p.m. from Kenilworth Science & Technology School on Boone Drive.

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