If you love live music from the acoustic duos like "Taryn and Jake" to the awesome sounds of some classic rock and country from "The Captain Joe Band" some great local bands.

Redbone has a great selection of craft beer and pizza, there is plenty of good stuff to check out at Redbone. Friday night you can check out "Living Proof" Saturday night there will be live music with local favorites "I've Heard Worse". And Sunday you can listen to "The T Town 5".

67 Landing has an awesome atmosphere and seafood and some great steaks too. Friday night you can check out "Dixie Bent Band". Saturday night rock out to the sounds of the "Kayleigh Mathews".

Fat Jack's, has great food from their crawfish bread to the new Boudan eggrolls, you can find something to tame your appetite. Thursday night see the duo of "Taryn Ashley and Jake Gathright" Friday night "Colton Hagler" will be on the outdoor stage. Saturday night you can listen to Cass Counties "Captain Joe Band".

Lafogata in Texarkana will feature "Lost Highway" tonight. "Alex and Liv" will perform on Friday night and Saturday night the band "Train Dog" will be there.

Have a great weekend!

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