, Port Arthur, Texas

Things to do

July 15, 2011

Music makes summer sizzle

— The summer concert season is blazing hot as area bands continue to deliver awesome weekly music events. Check out any one of the area’s nightspots for quality live music and karaoke.

• Dylan’s — Friday, Jimmy Kaiser Band, $5. Saturday, Cowlick, $5. Tuesday, T.D. McMurray, free. Wednesday, karaoke, free. 8601 Ninth Ave., Port Arthur. 409-722-1600.

• The Boudain Hut — Friday-Saturday, Creole Cookin’. Sunday, Wednesday-Thursday, Ridin’ High. Tuesday, karaoke. 5714 Gulfway Drive, Port Arthur. 409-962-5079.

• Larry’s French Market — Friday, Jackie Caillier and Cajun Cousins. Saturday, Barry Badon and Bayou Boys. 3701 FM 366, Groves. 409-962-3381.

• Cash’s Bar and Grill — Saturday, Knuckle Deep, General Population, Lost Chapters, $10, Ages 21 and older. 8484 Central Mall Drive, Port Arthur. 77642. 409-729-6639.

• Nutty Jerry’s — Friday-Saturday, Don Gay’s Championship Bullride. Thursday, Blood, Sweat and Tears, $30-$75. Ages 18 and older. 18291 Englin road, Winnie. 77665.

• Honky Tonk Texas — Saturday, Jeff Woolsey and The Dancehall Kings, $7. Wednesday, karaoke, free. Ages 21 and older. 2389 Highway 96 S. Silsbee. 77656. 409-386-1995. (Silsbee)

• Gator Lounge — Friday-Saturday, Leon Chavis, free. Ages 21 and older. 2717 Delta Downs Drive.

• Mackenzie’s Pub — Tuesday, Ed Dix and Friends, free. Thursday, BB and Company, $7. Ages 21 and older. 409-866-2288. 229 Dowlen Rd # 9B, Beaumont.

• Speak Easy Lounge — Wednesday, karaoke, free. Ages 21 and older. 711 Procter St. Port Arthur, 77640.

• The West — Wednesday, Old Trick, free. Ages 21 and older. 229 Dowlen Rd # 9B, Beaumont. 409-866-4733.

• Dixie Dance Hall — Thursday, Kyle Park, $15. Ages 18 and older. 234 Crockett Street, Beaumont. (Beaumont)

• L’Auberge du Lac — Friday, Julio Iglesias, $35-$50, Ages 21 and older. Thursday, G-Love and Special Sauce, $10. Ages 21 and older. (Lake Charles)

• The Barking Dog — Friday, karaoke, free. All Ages. 109 Fifth St., Orange. 77630.

• Eagles Lodge — Friday, karaoke, free. Saturday, Ricefield Road, free. Public is welcome. 803 N 28th St, Orange. 77630. 409-886-7381.

• Capistrano — Friday-Saturday, karaoke. Thursday, karaoke, free. Ages 21 and older. 1209 Green Ave. in Orange. 409-883-8175.

• Bayou Club — Friday-Saturday, Wednesday-Thursday, karaoke, free. Ages 21 and older. 2210 Simmons Dr., Orange. 77630 409-882-9299.

• Madison’s — Saturday, Sabine River Band $5. Sunday, Dueling Pianos. Tuesday, El Floppy Tacos, free. Wednesday, karaoke, free. Thursday, Ramblin’ Boys, free. 4020 Dowlen in Beaumont. 409-924-9777.

• Logon Cafe — Friday, The Rick Show, $5. Saturday, The Draw, $5. Monday, Night and Day Orchestra, $10. Tuesday, karaoke, free. 3805 Calder Ave., Beaumont.

• Thirsty’s — Friday, The Coastliners, free. Saturday, DJ Sk8, free. 229 Dowlen Road, Beaumont. 77706. 409-866-6066.

• Starvin’ Marvin’s — Friday, The LAC’s, free. Saturday, Mixx Fixxer, free. Sunday, Ken Marvel Band, free. Tuesday, open mic jam, free. Wednesday, Kenny Wiebusch, free. Thursday, Centerfire, free. 2310 N. 11th St., Beaumont. 77703. Call 409-347-0058 for info.

Send all entertainment listings to or call 409-721-2819.

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