Fun Things to do This Weekend in Downtown Shreveport
Once again, activities abound this weekend in downtown Shreveport. The Noble Savage is already celebrating one year, and the Shreveport Symphony Orchestra is kicking off another brand-new season.
There's another fun event that gives you an opportunity to Tour Shreveport Common for architecture, history and more. See the latest in body ink and enjoy Robinson Film Center’s Heels & Reels featuring action, comedy and a hunky heartthrob. Find more information about all the events happening this weekend in our #CoolDowntown.
Maybe it's because of my Irish heritage, but there's just something about enjoying a game of darts, or having a pint in a local favorite place, so it’s no wonder that it’s time to celebrate The Noble Savage’s one year anniversary! It seems the iconic downtown landmark just reopened moments ago, and we are so very happy that it did. You can celebrate their special week with live music and the food that makes TNS a prime downtown gathering spot at 417 Texas St, Mon-Saturday- No Cover
Jump on the free trolley to find out what’s happening in Downtown’s Shreveport Common on Shreveport Common Day this Saturday 11A-3P at 801 Crockett St. Tour multiple buildings and projects, play a role in a visioning session, win a cash prize! There is no admission charge.
Been itching for some body art? Inkin Shreveport invites you to come to the Shreveport Convention Center to meet tattoo artists from around the country, check out the contests, shows and vendors, too. Family friendly and children under 12 are free. When: Fri.- Sun., Sept. 22 – 24. Where: 400 Caddo St. Cost: $25/$50. Info: inkinproductions.com
The Shreveport Symphony Orchestra kicks off another high-flying season with Tchaikovsky’s Fourth featuring violinist Simone Porter. The performance includes Mendelssohn, Abels and Butterman, too! Come at 6:40 pm for the pre-concert talk. Riverview Theatre at 600 Clyde Fant Parkway, right across from the Shreveport Aquarium. Tickets are $20/$69
Before he was the Joker, Heath Ledger broke hearts as a knight, and he returns to the big screen in A Knight’s Tale at Robinson Film Center’s Heels and Reels. This action/romance pits a peasant against a knight for food, glory, and the heart of a fair maiden. It’s dinner, a movie and a great night all rolled into one. The event is Tuesday September 26th at 6P at Robinson Film Center, 617 Texas St.
Thanks to Liz Swaine and the Downtown Development Authority for their help