Sleep Inn & Suites I-20
6720 Klug Pines Rd.
Shreveport, LA 71129
Phone: (318) 841-4404
Fax: (318) 841-4405
Walk the illuminated paths and see the larger-than-life greeting cards. Visit Santa's gift shop and take a ride on the Roseland Express - a replica steam engine. Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays only from 5:30 to 10 p.m.; last car admitted at 9:30 p.m. Begins in November.
This recently renovated stadium has a lot to offer. It has a 52,000 plus capacity and is now considered as one of the best playing venues in Northern Louisiana. You can watch your game in luxury and style with comfortable chairs and tables. Add to this an excellent view and you have a thrilling game getting even better. With television screens around the stadium, you can never miss a moment of the action. An ideal place to spend a weekend and enjoy it southern style.
Shreveport's premier auction house featuring air conditioning, a smoke free environment, and auctions almost every weekend. Items offered include antiques, items from liquidations and estates.
Home of the Stage of Stars Museum, this historic Art Deco auditorium hosts a wide variety of concerts in a range of styles including country, pop, blues, and rock. Features of the building include a 6,300 square foot arena, a 54 foot proscenium arch, and one of the largest stages in the area.
A black history parade that begins at the Municipal Auditorium. Held in February.
Established in 1922, this theatre is the oldest continuously operating community theatre in the United States that features an entertaining array of high quality live theatrical performances.
Founded in 1973, this professional ballet company presents three full-length classical ballet performances during the year including the free "Ballet Under The Stars" in September and a magnificent rendition of "The Nutcracker" in December.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this historic theatre was built in 1925 and presents a wide variety of entertainment including touring Broadway shows, concerts, comedies, and other special events.
One of the largest fairs in the country and the official State Fair of Louisiana, this 17-day event features the largest midway in Louisiana with over 70 thrilling rides available and one of the finest livestock gatherings. Held in October.
Though not a huge chamber music hall, this space is well kept and ready for good quality recording of performances.
Mudbug Madness is an annual four-day crawfish festival that offers an array of Cajun and Zydeco music, Cajun and Creole cuisine, the Mudbug 5K, crafts, children's activities, and contests. Held in May.
Enjoy the choreography of ballet, the acting of theater, and the experience of live opera by this professional opera company that performs a wide variety of shows.