Find Your Lucky Side - Fall
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Shreveport-Bossier Fall Events

Shreveport-Bossier: Louisiana’s Other Side is a mixture of spicy Cajun attitude and wide-open Texas spirit. The sister cities love to party and are home to a year-round calendar of festivals, concerts, sporting events, food tastings, horse races and more. Celebrations are over-the-top and range from jazz music and art to crawfish and beer. 

Find your favorite fall event and book a hotel today.

St. Patty's Day

Come Celebrate St. Patty's Day all day with green beer,…

318 Restaurant Week 2021

Explore Shreveport-Bossier’s restaurant scene by taking…

318 Restaurant Week: Ides of March Rum Dinner at Noble…

Beware of the Ides of March. Noble Savage Tavern and…

318 Restaurant Week: Top of the City Dining Experience at…

318 Restaurant Week returns, March 15-20, 2021, with many…

The 14th Annual Shreveport Blues Festival

The 14th Annual Shreveport Blues Festival will be held at…

Bourbon and Barbeque Festival

Join us for the first-ever Bourbon & Barbecue Festival…

47th Annual Bayou Classic

The Bayou Classic is the annual college football game…

The State Fair of Louisiana

The State Fair of Louisiana has been rescheduled and will…

2021 CenterPoint Energy Red River Balloon Rally

The sixth annual CenterPoint Energy Red River Balloon…

ARTini: Pop Art Edition

The excitement about ARTini 2020 is "popping" up…

Gabriel "Fluffy" Iglesias: Beyond Fluffy World Tour - NEW…

Gabriel Iglesias will bring his "Beyond Fluffy" World Tour…

Free Attractions

Red River National Wildlife Refuge

Enjoy free admission and explore the great outdoors at a…

Boom or Bust Byway

The Boom or Bust Byway is the ultimate road trip for young…

Louisiana State Exhibit Museum

Tour more than 20 unique dioramas in a building noted for…

Walter B. Jacobs Memorial Nature Park

Walter B Jacobs Memorial Nature Park is located within 160…

Shreveport Water Works Museum

See an engineering marvel from the Victorian era.…