Concerts and Live Music

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Livingston Parish is on the verge of breaking out to be a tourist destination here in Louisiana.  The recent opening of the Suma Hill Conference Center in Satsuma has brought some of the Branson entertainers here to perform.

North Park Recreation will be the the venue for the upcoming events presented by Paco Swain Promotions.


The first entertainer to perform was Toni Roi and the Elvis Experience. I went to the show and totally enjoyed the performance. He looked like Elvis, he acted like Elvis and most importantly is he had a tremendous voice and sounded like Elvis. If you missed him in May you will get another chance to see him in January 2010. Just check the schedule I have on this site as I will be updating it from time to time.


Paco Swain Promotions Presents:

The venue is North Park Recreation Center ("Tony "Dugas Recreation Center) Location: 30372 Eden Church Rd. Denham Springs, LA. 70726

You can purchase your tickets by calling Paco or Debbie Swain @ (225) 664-6777 or (225) 235-7200. You can call 7 days a week to order tickets.....Or purchase by PayPal on each performers page.

Doug Gabriel- 7 Time Winner "Male Vocalist of the Year"- July 17-18, 2009

Clay Cooper- "The Road to Country Music" - October 30, 2009

The Lowe Family- ONE FAMILY-SO MUCH TALENT - December 11, 2009

Tony Roi- Elvis Experience Returns - January 8, 2010



For more information and to purchase tickets go to Paco Swain Promotions


Between Denham Springs and Walker on Hwy 190

A live music show held the first and third Saturday of each month. The first Saturday features country and bluegrass music; the third Saturday features gospel music. Shows start at 7:30 p.m. and admission is $5.00. Located on U.S. Hwy. 190, a half-mile west of Walker.

Concerts and Entertainment at the Train Station--Denham Springs
Every Thursday night at 7 p.m., April through December, the downtown area comes alive with sounds of music as the Historic Preservation Commission presents "Train Station Thursdays." The entertainment at these free outdoor concerts runs the gamut from jazz to country & western, and from gospel music to magic shows. One block of Railroad Ave. is closed as people gather their lawn chairs around the Train Station Park pavilion on the former site of the old train depot, and people clap, dance and have an all-around good time. Thursday nights in December, the entertainment has a Christmas theme and features caroling, chili cook offs and other entertainment.