Our Top 5 Shreveport/Bossier City Weekend Events Friday, July 20 – Sunday, July 22
I Want You To Want Me musical all-stars Cheap Trick are in town this weekend and going to that concert is just one of the things you can do around Shreveport/Bossier City if you're looking for some fun!
I still roll my car window down and sing I Want You to Want Me at the top of my lungs whenever I hear it and Cheap Trick are going to give you the chance to do that live Friday night at the Horseshoe Casino Riverdome. This 21+ show starts at 8pm and tickets range from $48 - $101.73.
Movies and Moonbeams
Break out the lawn chairs and blankets and head to Hattie Perry Park for SPAR's Movies and Moonbeams Friday night starting at 8:30pm with a special free showing of Early Man. Picnic baskets and pets are welcome, just no alcohol and please keep your pets on a leash!
Camp Wag and Wave
Join Robinson's Rescue for their 2nd Annual Camp Wag and Wave Saturday from 10am-2pm at the Beach at Cypress Black Bayou. Mention Robinson's at the gate for free admission to the park and bring your dog to participate in events like the Mutt Strutt Race, Dog-stacle Course and Fetch Competitions. Dog All Access registration costs $10 prior to the event and $15 day of with a cost of $5 for each additional dog. Kids activities will include a Doggie-And-Me Obstacle Course, Treasure Hunt, Sand-Castle Building and more! Child All Access registration costs $10 prior to the event and $15 day of with a cost of $5 for each additional child. All proceeds go to help fund Robinson's Rescue.
MEMPHIS: The Musical
See the Tony Award winning MEMPHIS The Musical this Friday and Saturday at 7:30pm or Sunday at 2pm at Shreveport Little Theater on Margaret Place. All tickets are $25. This is the second to the last weekend to see this special production!
Expecto! A Harry Potter Dinner Experience
Calling all Harry Potter fans! R.W. Norton Art Gallery is the place to be Friday night for a special dining experience starting at 6pm. Tickets are $65. This event is 21+ and costumes are encouraged.