Sunday Sep 24 @ 12:00 PM
Ixalan Sun 12pm Prerelease
Rocket's Hideout – $25 entry Ixalan Sealed For centuries, the untamed jungles of Ixalan have hidden a coveted secret: Orazca, the city of gold. But no secret can remain undiscovered, and no treasure can be taken uncontested. Unfurl your sails, saddle up a dinosaur, and battle your rivals as you embark on a journey to claim the plane’s greatest fortune for yourself!
Sunday Sep 24 @ 4:00 PM
Ixalan Sun 4pm 2HG Prerelease
Rocket's Hideout – $25 entry per player Ixalan Two-Headed Giant Sealed For centuries, the untamed jungles of Ixalan have hidden a coveted secret: Orazca, the city of gold. But no secret can remain undiscovered, and no treasure can be taken uncontested. Unfurl your sails, saddle up a dinosaur, and battle your rivals as you embark on a journey to claim the plane’s greatest fortune for yourself!
Sunday Sep 24 - Sep 25 @ 9:45 PM
Varsity Theatre - Baton Rouge, LA – PREMIER LEAGUE Sunday, September 24th Doors open at 9:45AM Game kicks off at 10AM BRIGHTON & HOVE vs NEWCASTLE - 10:00 AM - Main Screen Come out for another day of Premier League football at The Varsity. NO COVER! Full Chimes menu is available TO-GO from the front desk of The Chimes. Great Drink Specials featuring THIRST & $10 with BUD LIGHT, GOOSE ISLAND IPA and SHOCKTOP BELGIAN WHEAT DRAFT BEER $1 Shots $3 Pabst Blue Ribbon $3 High Life THIRST & $10 features... a 32oz Varsity Theatre Souvenir Mug complimentary BUD LIGHT, GOOSE ISLAND IPA and SHOCKTOP BELGIAN WHEAT DRAFT BEER from Doors Opening until the End of the Game
Tuesday Sep 26 @ 4:30 PM
Annual Campus and Community Networking Reception
LSU Women's Center – Please join us at our annual campus and community networking reception to learn more about the programs & initiatives we have planned for this year, network with others, and access resources from campus & community organizations.
Tuesday Sep 26 @ 8:00 PM
Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit
Raising Cane's River Center – Sale Dates and Times: Public Onsale : Fri, 5 May 2017 at 10:00 AM Spotify Presale : Tue, 2 May 2017 at 10:00 AM Local Presale : Thu, 4 May 2017 at 10:00 AM
Tuesday Sep 26 @ 8:00 PM
Tenth Mountain Division + Debris
Varsity Theatre - Baton Rouge, LA – TENTH MOUNTAIN DIVISION Tuesday, September 26th With Special Guest DEBRIS Doors Open at 8PM Show Starts at 8:30PM Tickets are $7 in Advance Available at our Box Office inside The Chimes Restaurant on Highland Road, over the phone at 866.777.8932 and on-line at www.VarsityTheatre.com *** All Persons Must Be Eighteen (18) Years Old or Older With Proper Identification To Attend Any Event at The Varsity Theatre ***
Wednesday Sep 27 - Sep 28 @ 8:30 AM
Workers' Comp Seminar
Louisiana Association of Business and Industry - LABI – Workers Comp Seminar Sep 27, 2017 — Sep 28, 2017 L'Auberge Casino & Hotel 777 L’Auberge Ave, Baton Rouge, LA 70820 Seminar Overview LABI's 2017 Workers' Comp Seminar will provide a wide range of topical presentations to keep you up-to-date with the latest changes in the workers' compensation industry. This event will showcase an education agenda consisting of guest speakers covering a variety of substantive topics. Continuing Education Credits This program may qualify for other continuing education credits; check with your professional organization. Upon completion of this course, you will receive a certificate of attendance. Course Credits Continuing Legal Education Credits (CLE) 10 hrs. Continuing Insurance Education Credits and Property Casualty Credits (CE) 10 hrs. Registration Information Early Bird Registration before September 1: Members $350 / Non-Members $420 Registration after September 1: Members $400 / Non-Members $470 Registration fee includes the 2017 LABI Workers’ Compensation Desk Book, a requirement for the seminar. Sponsorship Opportunities Please contact Elena Lacour at 225-215-6647 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wednesday Sep 27 @ 7:00 PM
Band of Horses
Varsity Theatre - Baton Rouge, LA – BAND OF HORSES Wednesday, September 27th With Special Guest TBA Doors open at 7PM Show starts at 8PM General Admission Tickets are $35 in Advance Available at our Box Office inside The Chimes Restaurant on Highland Road, over the phone at 866.777.8932 and on-line at www.VarsityTheatre.com ** Persons Must Be Eighteen (18) Years Old or Older with Proper Identification to Attend Any Event at The Varsity Theatre ** Beginning with their first LP "Everything All The Time, Band of Horses have been a mainstay of indie rock for a decade with 4 studio albums in total, including 2010's Grammy-nominated "Infinite Arms" and "Mirage Rock", produced by the legendary Glyn Johns. Formed and led by singer and songwriter Ben Bridwell, the South Carolina-based band have given us many much-loved singles, including "The Funeral" and "No One's Gonna Love You", and have played globe-spanning headline tours as well as dates with greats like Pearl Jam and Neil Young. Next on the horizon this June, Band of Horses are releasing their highly-anticipated fifth studio album, "Why Are You OK", co-produced by the band and Jason Lytle and executive produced by Rick Rubin.
Thursday Sep 28 @ 6:00 PM
The Riffs at Agave Blue Tequila & Taco Bar
MF Entertainment of BR – The Riffs take the patio for some great music. Join Christina Ocmand (of The Patsies) for a great time. Show starts at 6 pm!
Thursday Sep 28 @ 6:00 PM
The Christopher Coreil Trio at The Thai Kitchen Restuarant & Sports Bar
MF Entertainment of BR – Enjoy the smooth sounds of teenage phenomenons, The Christopher Coreil Trio, as they provide the very best in Modern Jazz! Show starts at 6 pm so be sure to get there early!
Thursday Sep 28 @ 6:00 PM
Mr. Scott Lee Tully at La Carreta Bluebonnet
MF Entertainment of BR – Come join Mr. Scott Lee Tully as he debuts at La Carreta Bluebonnet. Show starts at 6 pm so be sure to get there early!
Thursday Sep 28 @ 7:30 PM
River City Jazz Masters Series: New York Voices
Manship Theatre at Shaw Center for the Arts – River City Jazz Masters welcomes New York Voices to its 2017-2018 lineup on September 28th. This is guaranteed to be an evening filled with a fusion of melodic vocal jazz harmonies by the voices of its four members: Kim Nazarian, Peter Eldridge, Lauren Kinhan, Darmon Meader.
Thursday Sep 28 @ 8:00 PM
Shovels & Rope
Varsity Theatre - Baton Rouge, LA – An Evening With SHOVELS AND ROPE Thursday, September 28th Doors open at 8PM Show starts at 9PM Tickets are $20 in Advance Available at our Box Office inside The Chimes Restaurant on Highland Road, over the phone at 866.777.8932 and on-line at www.VarsityTheatre.com ** Persons Must Be Eighteen (18) Years Old or Older with Proper Identification to Attend Any Event at The Varsity Theatre ** Little Seeds, the electrifying New West Records bow by Shovels and Rope, finds the award-winning South Carolina duo of Michael Trent and Cary Ann Hearst exploring fresh dimensions in their sound with a brace of bold, candid, highly personal new songs. The 12-song collection, produced by Trent at the couple's home studio in Charleston, succeeds 2014's Swimmin' Time and 2012's O' Be Joyful; the latter title garnered the twosome Americana Music Awards for Song of the Year (for "Birmingham") and Emerging Artist of the Year. Last year's Busted Jukebox, Volume 1 was a collaborative collection of covers featuring such top talents as the Milk Carton Kids, Lucius, JD McPherson and Butch Walker. On the new release, Trent and Hearst as ever play all the instruments and penned the material, which range from stomping rockers to delicate acoustic-based numbers. Many of Little Seeds' finely crafted and reflective new songs - completed in the late summer of 2015 -- are drawn from tumultuous events experienced by the couple over the course of the last two years. "There were two major changes that happened at the same time," Hearst says. "We found out we were pregnant, and at the same time Michael's parents had been living with us, because his father is in the early stages of Alzheimer's. Those two things, having the baby and facing the reality that our parents were aging, made this weird, awesome circle of humanity that really just took us out. I guess we were in the crosshairs of human existence." Trent continues, "We started putting this record together right after the baby was born. Every spare moment I had I was in the studio doing my best to work around the cries, and Cary would have to sneak up and do her parts when the baby was asleep. It's a funny thing trying to make a rock n roll record with a sleeping baby in the house." Hearst adds, "As we were finishing the record and making the final decisions about what to include in it, our good friend Eric was killed here in town. We ended up dedicating the record to his memory. The beginning of 'This Ride' is actually Eric's mother telling the true story of how he had been born in the back of a police car. With her blessing, we added that to frame 'This Ride.'" "Invisible Man" and "Mourning Song," were directly inspired by the debilitating illness faced by Trent's father. Hearst says of the former song, "The disease is preventing him from being able to mentally wrap his mind around it. I wanted to speak for him. I wanted to express what it would be like for a man like him, a capable, funny dude. I wanted to put that in an up-tempo pop song, because it's always interesting for dark material to be presented that way." Of "Mourning Song," Trent says, "I was envisioning what it was going to be like for my mother after he wasn't around anymore. It's weird, maybe, to write a song about the death of your father who hasn't died yet.
Thursday Sep 28 @ 8:00 PM
Manship Theatre at Shaw Center for the Arts – Trivial Objections is a new monthly trivia and debate game show! Local comedians will try to out smart each other during a series of quizzes and debates from current events and more! Trivial Objections pulls inspiration from classic radio quiz shows like “Wait Wait, Don’t Tell Me”. This interactive event will showcase local talent in a light and fun atmosphere. Hosted by Michael Alford with team leaders Evan Rabalais and Nick Portier. This month's guest comedians are Howard Hall and Gabe Bravo. Come for a chance to win free hot sauce from Bravado Spice and donate to charity for hurricane relief. About Howard: Howard Hall is a radio personality for Max 94.1 and one of Baton Rouge's best comedians. You can find him impressing audiences with his energy, charisma, and wit at clubs across the country. About Gabe: Gabe Bravo is a comic based out of Houston, TX who you may have heard on Doug Loves Movies. He runs several great shows in the Houston area and travels all over while providing a unique voice on any show he's on. Located in our Hartley/Vey Studio Theatre on North Blvd. Seating is Cabaret style with tables and a full bar located in the space featuring great drink specials! Doors open at 7:30pm Runtime: 90 mins