Concerts in Raceland


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  • Laser Tag & Games
    When players don their vests, squeeze the handle of their glowing pistol, and enter Laser Tag of Metairie’s neon-lit arena for the first time, one thing is clear: this place does not take laser tag lightly. Capable of hosting up to 44 players at once, the multi-level, futuristic battlefield sets combatants loose among ramps, tight corners, and shadowy corridors ideal for ambushing adversaries or learning to knit in the dark. Each game lasts seven minutes, and the arena’s officials keep a quick pace, making sure when one battle ends, another will soon begin. The clatter of skee-ball machines drifts from the center’s arcade, mingling with strings of notes from Guitar Hero and sounds from other games. Each machine is equipped with a swipe-card system that tracks players’ credits electronically so they no longer have to measure their self-worth by how many tokens are in their pockets. In addition, guests can test their steering skills in the Spin Zone, a bumper-car area with one quite literal twist: there are two zones on the track that will send cars into a tailspin if drivers attempt to pass over them or park on them to exchange insurance information.
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    8855 Veterans Blvd.
    Metairie, LA US
  • Max
    Visit Max for some true American comfort food smack dab in the middle of Metairie's Metairie. Come try the flavor-driven dishes at Max where the cooks worry about taste first and health second. Live tunes and a dance floor will keep you coming back for more. Take note that the restaurant can get a bit loud, so vocal cords and eardrums should be in tip-top shape. Weekend diners may find themselves waiting for a table, as Friday and Saturday nights tend to draw a crowd. Parking is easily accessible. Bike parking is also available outside the restaurant. For food that tastes like a million bucks, Max's got you covered for a fraction of the price. Whether you're a party animal or an early riser, the restaurant will be open to serve you 24 hours a day.
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    2501 North Woodlawn Avenue
    Metairie, LA US
  • Hurricanes Sports Bar
    The premier destination for fantastic pub food and tasty burgers, Hurricanes Sports Bar in Metairie is one of the area's best-rated restaurants. It's a popular restaurant for those looking for good food. Sometimes there's live music, but keep in mind it can get a little loud. It's been tabbed by the locals as a really solid option for large groups. If you need food provided for a local event, take advantage of its catering options. Or, if you just want to pop in for a beverage, the restaurant does have a pretty decent selection at its bar. A good option for both lunch and dinner, making a trip to Hurricanes is never a bad call. Visitors to the restaurant have access to a private lot nearby or can park on the street.
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    1414 Veterans Memorial Blvd
    Metairie, LA US
  • Tipitina’s
    In 1977, Professor Longhair didn't have long to live. As a human bridge connecting early 20th century blues, traditional Big Easy jazz, and Cuban funk, the now legendary musician changed the soundtrack to the city, paving the way for acts such as Dr. John and Allen Toussaint. Perhaps most notably, he penned the ubiquitous carnival anthem "Mardi Gras in New Orleans." But when it looked like his time was up, the NOLA community wasn't going to let him fade away. A group of fans, dubbed "The Fabulous Fo'teen," sought out a spot for the "Fess" to play at until his dying day. And that's exactly what he did at Tipitina's. They even named the place after one of his songs. Proof that a former gambling parlor and cathouse can change its ways, Tipitina's century-old building has earned a reputation as one of New Orleans's finest music venues. Within its hallowed walls, many famous Crescent City acts have launched to stardom, from funk collectives such as The Neville Brothers and The Meters to rockers like Better than Ezra and the Radiators. All of these names grace the outdoor Walk of Fame, and the club also attracts national artists such as Wilco and Nine Inch Nails. However, the venue's immersion in the musical community goes beyond just shows—it also hosts music lessons for kids, weekly Cajun dance parties, and a retirement home for senior citizen horns. But as much as Tipitina's has expanded over time, it pays respect to the Longhair of its namesake every year with the appropriately punned "Fess Jazztival."
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    501 Napoleon Avenue
    New Orleans, LA US
  • Bourbon Street Blues Co.
    Craving finger food? Head to French Quarter's Bourbon Street Blues Co. and chow down on classic pub fare. For those tired of trendy diets, Bourbon Street Blues Co.'s lack of low-fat food is sure to make your stomach smile. Whether you have something to celebrate or just need something to take the edge off, the drink menu at Bourbon Street Blues Co. won't disappoint. Celebrate the start of a great weekend at Bourbon Street Blues Co.'s great happy hour. Live musical acts often perform, and diners take advantage of the spacious dance floor. Crowds are boisterous at the restaurant and the music is blaring, so get ready for a very loud night out. The restaurant can get tied up on the weekends, so allow yourself time to wait for a table. Bourbon Street Blues Co. is completely informal — dress as you see fit (and are most comfortable). At Bourbon Street Blues Co., drivers will appreciate the ample parking options in the area. Bourbon Street Blues Co. may cost you a little bit more than some spots, but this deliciousness is fairly-priced (and well worth the few extra bucks).
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    441 Bourbon Street
    New Orleans, LA US
  • Cafe' Negril
    Looking for a quick bite to eat? Head on over to New Orleans' Cafe' Negril. If you're sick of counting calories, the absence of low-fat food on Cafe' Negril's menu is sure to appease your taste buds for a day. Ready for a drink to unwind? At Cafe' Negril, you can pair your meal with something from their full bar. Cafe' Negril features some of the most affordable happy hour deals in town. Your large group can all sit together at Cafe' Negril. Cafe' Negril also features live music and dancing. Between the music and the crowds, Cafe' Negril's noise levels can be intense. No need to gussy up for a trip to Cafe' Negril, where patrons dress for comfort and fun. Cafe' Negril is a prime location for cyclists to park their bikes and enjoy a bite to eat. Prices tend towards the moderate side, with the average tab at Cafe' Negril running under $30 per person. You can stop by at almost any time, since Cafe' Negril offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
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    606 Frenchmen St
    New Orleans, LA US

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