Our Top 10 Shreveport/Bossier Weekend Events Friday, September 29 – Sunday, October 2, 2017
Looking for something to do this weekend? Fall is in the air and Festival Plaza in downtown Shreveport is calling your name! From numerous festivals to concerts and more, there’s something for everyone to do this weekend in the Ark-La-Tex!
The Red River Revel Arts & Music Festival kicks off this Saturday in downtown Shreveport’s Festival Plaza and runs through Saturday, October 7th with 80 bands on four stages, 100+ visual artists, a 5 and 15K and more!
Give Breast Cancer the Boot this Saturday at the annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure at the CenturyLink Center in Bossier City!
The Renzi Center’s 12th Annual Bunco Bash and silent auction is this Friday from 6-10pm at Eldorado Casino. Get ready for a night of fun, food, drink, music, prizes, feather boas and (of course) rolling the dice to help support the Renzi Center!
Doors open this Friday night at 7pm at the Stage at Silverstar for more of the best in Texas country with Reckless Kelly. Tickets are still available for this 21+ show.
The theme for this year’s Red River Quilters Annual Quilt Show is ‘The Great Cover-Up!’ The show runs this Friday through Sunday at Shreveport’s Riverview Hall in conjunction with the Red River Revel. This year’s featured artist is Jerrie Thornton of Haughton, LA.
Fall is in the air and the Winkler Bottoms Haunted Trail opens for the season this Friday. If you’re looking for a scare with your friends, Stonewall is the place to be!
The Dixie Maze Farms Fall Festival kicked off last weekend and if you’ve never visited, there are literally tons of activities for the entire family like the pumpkin patch, the haunted maze, the cornfield maze and more!
‘Bridge the Past to the Present’ this Saturday from 10am-9:30pm at the Mooringsport Cypress Festival complete with live entertainment, food, arts and crafts, children’s activities, a parade and more! The festival will take place at Edwin Tuttle Currie Park.
The Benton Farmers’ Market Fall Market is back this Sunday from 12-4pm! Admission is free and so is parking. Check out all the vendors, the petting zoo and more at the Simpson Street Park.
Friday night from 5-9pm celebrate the expansion of Lake Street’s Design District in downtown Shreveport. The 4th Annual Cirque du Lake will feature food, drink, live music and more all in the style of a French market.