Things to do in Baton Rouge this week: Live After Five returns, DIY Halloween decor, and haunted houses


Things to do in Baton Rouge this week: Live After Five returns, DIY Halloween decor and haunted houses – [225]

Create spooky Halloween decor at Create Studios this Tuesday

It’s time to take your Halloween decorations to the next level, and Create Studios is ready to show you how to do it all on your own this Tuesday, September 28.

This course will show you how to craft Nosferatu, the vampire bat. All supplies are included, but if you own an embossing gun, we encourage you to bring it to class. The instructor will teach you terrifying techniques on how to make the bat realistic.

Tickets cost $ 35 and can be purchased here. Creating studios is up to 546 Bienville Street

Relax with wine Wednesday at Painting with a Twist

Grab your wine and paint it too at Painting with a Twist this Wednesday, September 7th. 29.

In the Wednesday class, you will paint your own bottle of wine with a pair of glasses. Your work of art will be a perfect addition to your home, whether you hang it in the kitchen or above a bar cart. Bring your wine of choice for a night of relaxation and creativity. Small snacks and finger foods are also welcome.

Tickets start at $ 39 and increase depending on the type of canvas you choose. Painting with a Twist is at 711 Jefferson Highway.

Support local farmers with a fun food auction Wednesday and Thursday

The Fête de la Ferme continues virtually this week in support of the Red Stick Farmers Market. Join the online gathering on Wednesdays and Thursdays September 29-30 to bid on items in a kitchen-focused silent auction. At auction, tours of local farms; chef dinners in restaurants such as Eliza and Cocha; and other articles and culinary experiences.

Participants will also be able to access video content on and a signature cocktail recipe from the local Three Roll Estate distillery.

To view the items and register for the auction, text “farmer” to 72727 or visit

Sing some soul at Live After Five Friday

The downtown Baton Rouge business associate is proud to announce that his outdoor concert series, Live After Five, is back this Friday, October 1.

After many postponements and cancellations, the downtown event returns with in-person performances. Prepare to end the long working week with some great music. This week’s musicians are Curley Taylor and Erica Falls. These numbers will rock the scene with a bit of zydeco, blues and soul to start the weekend off right.

These concerts are free for the public. The full lineup and more information about Live After Five can be found here.

Scare Yourself on The 13th Gate Friday Opening Night

Known as one of the scariest attractions in the country, The 13th Gate is set to kick off another successful season of ghosts this Friday, October 1.

Kicking off Halloween month with a bang, The 13th Gate is ready to spook with 13 spooky sections. Be warned, however: this haunted house is not for the faint of heart.

Tickets start at $ 30 for general admission and can be purchased here.

Sunday in the park continues with Long Neck Society

The Conseil des arts du Grand Baton Rouge’s free outdoor concert series, Sunday at the park, continues this Sunday, October 3, from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., at the Shaw Center for the Arts Plaza. Jam to tunes from the local band Long Neck Society.

Find more information here. The Shaw Center for the Arts Plaza is located at 100 Lafayette Street.


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