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Best Shows Sep 1 - 30

August 2024

in Shreveport-Bossier City

October 2024

Rodney Carrington at Margaritaville Resort Casino

Rodney Carrington

The stand-up comedian, actor, and country music artist with a Southern accent that could out-strip Yosemite Sam hits the road again with songs and jokes aplenty, with his act typically combining stand-up comedy and original songs effortlessly, while strumming his guitar as if it's seond nature. His jokes can be crass, sweary and tasteless at times, so this is definitely one to leave the kids at home for. Aside from releasing six comedy and song albums, Carrington has starred in his own short-lived sitcom Rodney (2006) and alongside his idol Toby Keith in the 2008 movie Beer for My Horses.

Sesame Street Live - Say Hello at Shreveport Municipal Memorial Auditorium

Sesame Street Live - Say Hello

Sesame Street is back on the road with this brand-new live show! Join favorites Cookie Monster, Abby Cadabby, Elmo and more for an exciting all-singing, all-dancing spectacular, plus some great surprises as this exciting production takes to a stage near you! One of the most beloved children's shows in the world, Sesame Street has been running since 1969, presenting educational content in an entertaining and memorable way.

Cody Johnson at Brookshire Grocery Arena

Cody Johnson

Country crooner Cody Johnson hits the road once again! Born in Texas Cody Johnson has garnered critical and commercial success with his authentic, classic country sound. Cody gained worldwide recognition for "Gotta Be Me", released in 2016 the album hit the number two spot in the US Country charts as well as hitting number 11 in the US charts.

Gladys Knight at Shreveport Municipal Memorial Auditorium

Gladys Knight

Gladys Knight has never been pigeonholed by her early Motown years. With her backing band The Pips she was one of the label's brightest stars in the late sixties, recording, amongst others, the original version of I Heard it through the Grapevine. She isn't nicknamed 'The Empress of Soul' for nothing. Since then, however, she's dabbled in jazz, R'n'B, and gospel, and secured her place in the annals of movie history with the theme from 1989's Bond film License to Kill.