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Battle of the Gumbo Gladiators at Festival Plaza
101 Crockett St. | Noon – 4pm
The Battle of the Gumbo Gladiators event is this Saturday, March 11th from 12:00 – 4:00pm at Festival Plaza in downtown Shreveport. Over 52 different gumbos for you to sample. Be sure to collect your People’s Choice coin at the front gate and vote on your favorite gumbo. Admission is $1.00 and children 12 and under are admitted for free. To learn more visit

Henna Tattoos by Hannah Brown at Artspace
708 Texas St. | Noon – 4pm
Henna tattoos by Hannah Brown will be available at Artspace from Noon to 4pm. $15 per design and a variety of designs to choose from. She uses jaguar gel that is natural fruit stain on the skin to create unique works of art. Also visit the exhibit “Pink Sky”, the artwork of Ellen Soffer.

Quinterrian White & Friends at Pop N Pizza
500 Texas St. | 1 – 3pm
Live music, plus delicious pizza & more!

Opening Reception for Marilyn Couch at Big Sun Studios
611 Edwards St. | March 11, 3:30 – 7:30pm | March 12, 11am – 4pm.
You are invited to attend the opening reception for new works of art by Marilyn Couch at Big Sun Studios. For those of you who don’t know Marilyn, she is a delightful woman who paints hidden images in works. You’ll see birds, goddesses, faces and more in her ethereal works. The exhibit opening is free and all are welcome!

311 Day at Shreve Station
400 Crockett St. | 5 – 11 pm.
An amazing day of tributes to the ultimate fun bands of the 90’s, Featuring Beautiful Disasters – a tribute to 311 with Garden Grove – a tribute to Sublime and Just a Girl – a tribute to No Doubt.
Live music, food trucks and adult beverages.

The Agora Borealis| 421 Lake St.| 10 am-6 pm.
The Agora Borealis art marketplace is a treasure trove of one of a kind goods inspired by artists and creatives. This Saturday stop by to see The Four States Exhibit by The Art School Girls.

Pop N Pizza|500 Texas St.|noon-10 pm.
Your place for pizza, calzones, spaghetti, and other Italian-infused deliciousness downtown. Desserts and sodas, too! Pop Up Artist to be listed soon.

Sam’s Town Casino, 315 Clyde Fant Parkway. Live music by Identity Crisis, 7pm.

The Noble Savage, 417 Texas St. Live music, 8 pm.

The Missing Link, 504 Texas St. Live music, 9 – midnight. “This Only Happens at Night” featuring Li$0, Alea Lorraine, Seth, Mack Swans, Q Major the Violinist, VV Snipes, Zambino & special invited guests. $7 presale, $10 at the door.

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Andress Artist and Entrepreneur Center, 717 Crockett St.

The Artists at Andress, Clean Slate Botanicals, & The Gallery at Andress|717 Crockett Street| 10 am- 6 pm.
Clean Slate Botanicals/Ben’s Body Basics invites you to  fall in love with their line of all natural home and personal care products. Artworks by Paige Powell, Mildred Street jewelry, Ava jewelry, Mars Sanders and Kalandra Jones are also available at Clean Slate Botanicals.

Wander through the spaces of the Artists at Andress to see Fiber Art by Charmel Lester • LionArt Creations, herbal items by LeeAnn Monat • Visual Art by Wet Paint Arts • Art by Aline Donnelly • Art by Andre Weatherly •

See the works of Martin Welch in the Gallery at Andress. 

Artspace | 708 Texas St. | 11 – 6 pm.
Experience more than 60 new works in the exhibition, “Ellen Soffer: Pink Sky”. Northwest Louisiana Artist Ellen Soffer is well known for her brilliant use of color–bright, powerful, emotive greens, yellows, reds, blues, oranges, pinks—color that compels you to pause, respond, to feel something. The titles of many of her pieces are also an homage to her passion for color: “Pink Shell, Blue Fish,” “Green Alphabet,” “Pink Slice,” and “Blue Bird.” There is a unique intensity of color and an awareness of form throughout her newest works.

Bailey Gallery|214 Texas Street| CLOSED THIS WEEKEND
A professional art gallery with rotating exhibits featuring such artists as Christine Bailey, Gwen Norsworthy, Mary Virginia Hill, Michael Torma and others. Also, fine hand-beaded jewelry items for sale.

High Gravity Glassworks| 1200 Marshall Street | 2 – 8 pm
The glass blowing studio at High Gravity Glassworks is open to the public for fun and educational glass blowing opportunities. Fine art and custom glass pieces are always on display for sale and art glass commissions are also accepted. You are always invited to stop by and watch art glass being created or to schedule a glass blowing session of your own.


Refine Design Boutiques, Decor & More|616 Texas Street |10:00 am – 6pm.
Shop the works of Syreeta Johnson, Mila Paige Designs, Pam Sloan, Barbara Burton-Coleman, Connie Eaton & more at this charming shop filled with talented vendors!

Sanctuary Glass Studio|421 Lake Street | CLOSED THIS WEEKEND!
Create your own glass art or shop pre-made glass and jewelry for sale. Schedule at 504-390-4377 or at


C & C Mercantile and Lighting10 am – 2 pm. New works by Ruston artist Michael Lee. View the gorgeous chandelier from Fairfield Oaks Condominium hanging on display in the show room, completely restored to its former glory after the tragic fire. Also new work by Lauren Ross Simmons.

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The Blind Tiger– 120 Texas Street. Cajun and American specialties, giant burgers, fried catfish, great desserts.
The Noble Savage Shreveport- 417 Texas Street, 11:00 am- midnight. Wide variety of lunch, dinner & late night menu options, spirits & signature infused cocktails. Live music by starting at 8 pm. Free admission. 
Pop N Pizza– 500 Texas Street, Featuring a wide variety of pizza by the slice or pie, pasta dishes, salads, injected breadsticks & appetizers.
The Missing Link– 504 Texas Street. Hot dogs, sausage and burgers with a selection of toppings, brisket, salads and more. Live music 6pm.
Sha’Baby’s Cajun Cooking– 605 Texas Street. Grilled & fried catfish, shrimp. Pork chops & chicken, burgers & homemade desserts.
Abby Singer’s Bistro– 617 Texas Street. Sit on the balcony and watch the world go by while enjoying a variety of appetizers, entrees, desserts and drinks.
Rhino Coffee– 624 Texas Street. Coffee & tea drinks, seasonal selections. Baked goods, salads, breakfast burritos, sandwiches.
Pepito XO@artspace– 708 Texas Street. Global cuisine, delicious appetizers and a variety of adult beverages.
Dripp Donuts – 421 Market St. Sourdough donuts and kolaches in a variety of creative flavors. 7 am – 4 pm or sold out.
Jeneral’s– 450 Clyde Fant Parkway. Lunch, dinner and late night. Appetizers, burger, poboys plus steaks, chicken & seafood entrees.
Fatty Arbuckle’s Pub– 450 Clyde Fant Parkway, Red River District. Appetizers, sandwiches, burgers, loaded fries, salads. Extensive whiskey list.
Bon Asian Cafe– 300 block Edwards Street. Fried rice, noodle dishes, chef’s grill, sushi, vegetarian, too.

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