BIG RIVER

Big River is the stage production of Mark Twain’s timeless classic that sweeps us down the mighty Mississippi as Huck Finn helps his friend Jim, a slave, escape to freedom at the mouth of the Ohio River. The productions has an award-winning score from Roger Miller, the king of country music.

SHREVEPORT FARMERS’ MARKET

One of Shreveport’s most popular attractions, the Farmers’ Market is in its 28th year and continues to grow. With offerings that range from vegetables, fruits, foods and plants to live music, kids activities, dry goods and crafts… Shreveport’s Farmers’ Market ranks among the top in the nation.

DIRECT YOURSELF DOWNTOWN

Downtown Shreveport is hoppin’ with new business, exhibits, live music, great food, theatre, nightlife & more! Click to see where to direct yourself this week.

CHAOS 4

ASCEND Combat! It’s Ultimate Cage Fighting at the Shreveport Municipal Auditorium on August 2nd. Who will reign supreme? Be sure to catch the MMA action!

JAMES BURTON GUITAR FESTIVAL

In celebration of Rock & Roll Hall of Famer James Burton’s 75th birthday, this year’s Guitar Fest promises to be an all-star party-on-the-stage with many of James’ Rock & Roll friends. The lineup has not been announced but expect guitarists and other friends from the various facets of Burton’s legendary career.

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Take Time to Discover Downtown!

Downtown Shreveport is the region's center of commerce, tourism, recreation and festivals. It is a neighborhood, a business district, an entertainment center and host to millions of visitors. Located at the Intersection of I-20 and I-49, downtown Shreveport hosts 60% of the market's commercial office space and more than 12,000 workers. From uniquely restored historic properties to modern high-rises, downtown offers a variety of flexible floor plans and competitive rates.

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