, Port Arthur, Texas

Things to do

January 28, 2011

Wrestling, Barney round out fun-filled weekend


One of the best party bands in Southeast Texas, JAG, will perform tonight at Dylan’s in Port Arthur, so get your groove on and see what makes this band so special.

Then, on Saturday night, area band Crossroads will dazzle you with its myriad of cover tunes throughout the night and prove to you why it is one of the most talented groups in the region. Admissions is charged at the door each weekend night for ages 21 and older. Call 409-722-1600 for information.

The Boudain Hut

Live music is featured five nights per week at The Boudain Hut on Gulfway Drive in Port Arthur.

Tonight and Saturday, catch Creole Cookin’ burning up the dance floor, while Ridin’ High delivers the music on Sunday, Wednesday and Thursday. And don’t forget about karaoke from 7 p.m. - 11 p.m., every Tuesday. Call 409-962-5079 for info.


Karaoke is the featured activity of choice every Friday and Saturday at Porky’s in Port Arthur, and this weekend is no different. Ages 21 and older are welcome and admission is free. Call Porky’s at 409-548-4881 for more information.

The Place

Enjoy music starting at 8 p.m., Saturday, as the Sweet Stevie Band performs free of charge at The Place in Port Acres. Ages 21 and older are always welcome. Call 409-736-2650 for details.

Pine Tree Lodge

The Port Arthur Playboys close out the month in style from 2 p.m. - 6 p.m., Sunday, at the Pine Tree Lodge in LaBelle. Visit for scheduling and more information.

Larry’s French Market

Dance until your heart is content at Larry’s French Market tonight as the Ken Marvel Band performs, or, on Saturday, as Chris Miller and Bayou Roots perform for all to enjoy. Call 409-962-3381 for more information.

Capri Club

Karaoke is available for club members tonight and Saturday at the Capri Club, a private membership venue in Mid-County. Karaoke is also featured every Thursday. Ages 21 and older only. Membership is $10 per year. Call 409-724-1030 for details.

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