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Clock Out & Rock Out!

 

Produced by the Downtown Business Association, Live After Five is recognized as the longest running, most successful outdoor concert series in the history of Baton Rouge. It is estimated that in excess of 32,000 people attend each season.

 

With an average crowd of 5,000 attendees each week, Live After Five is now positioned as one of the premier outdoor concert series in the Nation. The community benefits are many as Live After Five fans trek Downtown to eat, drink, dance, socialize and visit the many businesses located on the Baton Rouge Riverfront!

 

Live After Five is not just a Downtown event, but, a destination for the Greater Baton Rouge community, its surrounding parishes and beyond. 

 

There is no cover charge - just bring your lawn chairs and your dancing shoes and be ready to start your weekend the Louisiana way. Live After Five is the perfect way to enjoy the evenings during April, May, September and October.

 

Everyone is encouraged to come Fridays after 5 p.m. to enjoy the city and enjoy the free music.

 

Fall Live After Five 

Live After Five will return Sept. 5, 2014, and run eight weeks thru Friday, Oct. 24, 2014. Thanks again to all our sponsors and fans for your continued support.

 

 

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Sign up for Live After Five text alerts from WAFB. We'll give you a heads up on who the band is that week, what the weather conditions are and if/when there are concert delays or cancellations. Just use the handy form at the right ... or text LIVE to 99009 (standard message and date rates may apply).

 


   

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NEXT DBA EVENT

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DATE/TIME:

Thursday, Nov. 6, 2014

11:30am-1pm

 

LOCATION:

Lousiana Association of Broadcasters

 

WHAT TO EXPECT:

LUNCH & LEARN: “The Economic Impact of Healthy Work Environments”

What is a healthy work environment? What does it look like? How can it be achieved? How will my company benefit? Join us for a discussion with Quanda Charles, Regional Manager for The Louisiana Campaign for Tobacco-Free living and new Downtown Business Association member. Ms. Charles will be discussing the economic impact of having a healthy work environment and creating healthy work environments for your employees. Attendees will also have the opportunity to learn how their company can become a WellSpot as well as available smoking cessation and other health resources. This event is for Members of the Downtown Business Association and those interested in joining. Lunch is included, but a RSVP is required.


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In the Information Age, we are seeing a sharp a decline in people's ability to simply relate with one another, and employers are looking for a Millennial workforce that can step up and lead. As we move forward with you into the next 100 years, Dale Carnegie Training will continue to improve lives and bottom line business performance by improving the performance of your people. For more than 100 years, Dale Carnegie Training has delivered exceptional results for Fortune 500 companies, celebrities, CEOs, and executives for companies around the world.

 

The Employee Engagement seminar and its direct effects that Engagement has on bottom-line performance is Wednesday, Oct. 22. Please join us at the Design Resource Center (227 Florida St.) from 11:30am-1pm. RSVP is required.

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