Situated on the bank of the Mississippi River, Downtown Baton Rouge offers a vibrant mix of commerce, dining, the arts and entertainment, as well as residential living. Just like the many types of delicious Louisiana cuisine, visitors have limitless activities to sample as they experience Downtown Baton Rouge and its rich history and diverse culture.
The Downtown Business Association (DBA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the growth and success of our Capitol City through a number of initiatives.
As the producer of Live After Five, the Downtown Business Association provides a variety of free live entertainment to more than 5,000 fans weekly, 16 times per year. A close partner with the Downtown Development District and Visit Baton Rouge, the DBA supports local businesses and events to brand: Destination Downtown.
Downtown Baton Rouge is flourishing with businesses, opening residential units, restaurants, bars, nightlife, arts & entertainment, working professionals and tourism foot traffic. Business owners are busy running their companies... but we all want Downtown Baton Rouge to look the best that it can. Pots will be professionally maintained and kept with fresh beautiful plants all year.
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Live After Five, which will have FREE outdoor concerts on Friday nights from 5pm-8pm from Sept. 4-Oct. 23, was voted BEST COMMUNITY EVENT for the second year in a row by 225 Magazine.
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Thursday, Dec. 3, 2015
The Roux House (143 3rd St.)
WHAT TO EXPECT: Social
The Downtown Business Association hosts a monthly event the FIRST Thursday of each month. Come celebrate the end of the year & holiday season with us. Guests & potential Members welcome!
Louisiana Medical Clinic (LMC) is a full service interventional spine practice that utilizes a variety of powerful innovative techniques to help our patients heal. Their primary goal is to do everything they can to relieve your pain and prevent the likelihood of expensive surgery. Patients with neck and low back pain, headaches of cervical origin, and pain that radiates down the arms or legs are typically those they can help.