Monday, January 23rd
Restaurant Week | City Slice Pint & Pizza
The Mid City Ballroom was full of energy and excitement for the release of an album from longtime veterans of the local music scene, Shipwrecked.
To kick off Baton Rouge Restaurant Week, City Slice is offering a three-course meal for $25 per person. Choose from menu items included in specials.
The transaction will take place on January 27, 2023 from 11:00 am to 10:00 pm at 124 West Chime Street. Take advantage of this deal while it lasts.
Tuesday, January 24th
First Time Climbers | Student Recreation Complex
Looking for a way to get active and meet people with similar interests? Well, this Tuesday, the LSU Recreation Complex is offering rock climbing for those who want to get into rock climbing but don’t know how, starting at 6pm. The event will run until 7:00 pm.
This event is free for LSU students. Located on his Gourrier Avenue in the climbing area of the Student Recreation Complex. This event is a great way to get back active on campus.
For more information, see First Climbers – Louisiana State University (lsu.edu).
Wednesday, January 25th
Shut up and sing!Karaoke | Chelsea Live
Every Wednesday night from 8pm to 2am there’s a night of fun with Chelsea Live. Located at 1010 Nicholson Drive, the event is a fun night out.
It’s free from 8pm to 9pm and only $5 after that.
To see if they have your song, visit karafun.com for an evening of songs and special drinks.
Thursday, January 26th
Movie Night: Parasite | LSU Library
LSU Libraries, 100 Tower Drive, Room 109, will screen the movie Parasite from 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM.
The film is rated R for its language, violence, and sexual context. So be careful not to bring young children or anyone sensitive to this kind of content.
The event is free, but registration is required. To sign up and learn more, visit tigerlink.lsu.com.
Friday, January 27th
Hanxing Festival | LSU Recital Hall
Walked around campus trying to decide where to ignite your caffeine addiction, but couldn’t make up your mind?
For classical music lovers on campus, this event is sure to be a memorable one. This concert delves into the African American and Korean diaspora through music.
The event will be held at the LSU School of Music Recital Hall at 254 W Chimes St. There will be performances by professors and special guests.
The event starts at 7:30pm and ends at 9:30pm and is open to all. Seats must be reserved in advance and are limited. The event is free. To get your tickets, visit eventbrite.com.
Saturday, January 28th
Arbor Day at the Burden | Baden Museum & Gardens
After a week of delay, the event is finally ready to go live. From 9am to 1pm, learn about how Baton Rouge’s native forests are preserved.
At 4560 Essen Lane, the event is hosted by LSU AgCenter and Baton Rouge Green. It’s generally free and has a lot of activities. From shopping to tree climbing to meeting Smokey the Bear, this event is great for family fun.
You will also have the opportunity to plant your own tree in Baden Woods and continue to track its growth after this event. Only 700 of his trees can be planted, with a limit of one tree per household.
Sunday, January 29th
Pedal Pub Party Bike Tour | Pedal Pub Baton Rouge
This event is a great way to tour the city and have a good time. For $42 a seat, anyone 21 or older can enjoy an hour and a half to he two hours of sightseeing while drinking.
This event runs every Thursday through Sunday.
Each bike can carry up to 16 people. So gather your group and head to 436 Government St. for some fun.
Reservations are required. Visit pedalpub.com for seating and details.