, Port Arthur, Texas

Things to do

October 22, 2010

Music to mystery, weekend events abound


Head over to Mid-County this weekend as Dylan’s is the place to be for quality entertainment.

Tonight’s featured attraction is The Stark Experiment, while Saturday’s concert is provided by the fabulous Mike Zito Band. Ages 21 and older are allowed and admission is charged at the door.

Also, every Tuesday, it’s acoustic music free of charge and this week’s artist is Lee Pelly. Call 409-722-1600 for more information.

Jake’s Place

One of Mid-County’s best kept secrets is Jake’s Place on Spurlock Road in Nederland, but you can experience it for yourself this weekend.

Tonight, the venue welcomes Mark and the Maniacs back for its regularly scheduled monthly performance. Admission is free of charge for ages 21 and older. Call 409-721-5852 for information.

The Boudain Hut

This Port Arthur venue is known for its food and its music, and you can the best of both nearly every day of the week.

Catch area band Creole Cookin’ on stage tonight and Saturday, while Riding High keeps the good times going every Sunday, Wednesday and Thursday at The Boudain Hut.

And something new for the music lovers is karaoke, which is now featured from 7 p.m. - 11 p.m., every Tuesday. Call 409-962-5079 for info.


The venue has only been open for a short time, but the word is getting out. Located on Gulfway Drive in the old Oasis location, Porky’s looks to become a staple of the area’s music scene.

Karaoke is on tap tonight for ages 21 and older and admission is free, but big events are on the horizon. Call the venue at 409-548-4881 for more information.

Pine Tree Lodge

It’s a double dose of live music this weekend at the Pine Tree Lodge.

Performing on Saturday evening is Cajun Harmony, while Sunday afternoon’s concert features Billy Poullard and the Zydeco Combo. Visit for schedule information.

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