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this house on Jefferson Highway for about 50 years. Once the Mail Bag shop vacated the premises, music lovers John Burns and Kevin Sweeney decided to turn it into an intimate venue to hear local and regional music artists with a goal to feature artists with original music.

Bee Nice Music Baton Rouge concert series

Shows are held in the back yard of Dave Mooney and Penni Guidry, 4205 Capital Heights.

The concerts are scheduled on Friday nights during late spring, summer and early fall, usually from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Shows are free, donations accepted.

Shows are G-rated, bring your chairs, ice chests, bring money for the musicians and for the hot dogs. Capital Heights Neighborhood Association grills hot dogs for sale at each concert to raise funds for the beautification of the neighborhood.

Bee Nice Music has three rules: No Smoking, No Pets, Bee Nice.

Brew Ha Ha Open Mic Nights 711 Jefferson Highway, Suite 2-A

A locally owned, independent coffee shop that specializes in gourmet hand-made cake balls.

Brew Ha Ha also sponsors an Open Mic every Sunday night from 6 p.m. to 9p.m.

Quarters – Endless Entertainment

4530 S. Sherwood Forest Blvd. Pick your pleasure. Quarters has arcade games, billiards, 10 bowling lanes, and a laser tag arena in this entertainment complex with a bar and eatery.