Frequently Asked Questions

What is Be a Fan Week?
Running May 1-9, 2021, Be A Fan Week is a week of non-stop discounted fun, exclusive experiences, obscure excursions, a digital scavenger hunt, and more that you can find only in Shreveport-Bossier. Be A Fan Week takes place in conjunction with National Travel and Tourism Week, which is celebrated each year during the first week of May. Discounts and events for Be A Fan Week are heavily focused on our attractions and the unforgettable experiences they offer to families, friends, adventurers, couples, and groups. It’s a great way to promote local attractions with wallet-friendly things to do.

What is an attraction?
An attraction is a business or event that draws tourists to Shreveport-Bossier including but not limited to festivals, art galleries, museums, nature centers, outdoor recreation, performing arts venues, and tours.

When is Be A Fan Week?
May 1-9, 2021

When is National Travel and Tourism Week?
May 2-8, 2021

Where do I find Be a Fan Discounts and Events?
A full list of discounts to local attractions will be listed on this website by April 30, 2021. Many attractions have already been listed. Click here to see the available list.

Do I need to print out coupons or have them saved on my phone to get the deals?
Unless the deal you are interested in requires a ticket purchase in advance, you don’t need to present any coupons to claim your discount. You will need to buy tickets in advance for some of the Be A Fan Week events.

How can my attractions participate in Be A Fan Week?
If you’re interested in participating, please contact Emerie Gentry by email at

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