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- Good weekend for Pre-Valentine's Day outing
- Cold weather breaks in time for weekend fun
- Wrestling, Barney round out fun-filled weekend
- Plenty in store for area venues
Plan fun inside for rainy weekend
Rain may be in the forecast, but there’s plenty of fun inside this weekend. Live music will ring out from venues in all corners of the Golden Triangle. Alan Jackson, who will be at Coushatta Casino and Resort, is touring in support of his most recent release, “Freight Train.”
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Music to mystery, weekend events abound
The sounds of music will spread across the Triangle throughout this fall weekend as live bands provide the beat to move dancers' feet. A murder mystery is in its last weekend on the stage in Port Arthur and the Lutcher Theater performance season begins with a bang this Monday night with the presentation of “Momix Botanica.”
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Full lineup of events for weekend
From Marie Osmond to "Murder on the Orient Express," there is something for everyone somewhere in the Golden Triangle this weekend. Catch the Muppets at Ford Park or head out to the new Nutty Jerry's in Winnie for the crooning sounds of John Conlee. Get ready for a dose of local and regional rock this weekend as the 3rd annual Connect The Dots Festival is back in Southeast Texas.
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The best in local music and entertainment
From Lee Ann Womack to George Jones, national acts come to the area this weekend. And the local musicians will be rocking the scene with blues, rock and country at scores of live venues throughout the area. And for dog lovers, there is Dog-toberfest for a frisky fun time.
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Cayman to Hillbillies, weekend action packed
Live music will be coming from all parts of the Triangle, some with a distinctively Caribbean sound as the annual Cayman Night is celebrated at the Parker Center. If you missed the opening weekend of Nutty Jerry’s in Winnie last week, take advantage of this weekend’s entertainment lineup and head out for some good music and fun. And on the stage at the Port Arthur Little Theater playhouse, the last weekend of “The Beverly Hillbillies.” Click headline for full listing of events.
Weekend full of fun things to do
Southeast Texas has plenty to offer everyone this week, whether it’s live music, theater or even superheroes making special appearances at fun-filled family events. The Orange Community Players production of “Bat Boy: The Musical” continues at 7:37 p.m., today, Saturday and next Thursday.
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