2une In 2 the weekend: local events guide
BATON ROUGE - Looking for something fun to do this weekend? Your 2une In crew has you covered.
JAZZ FEST, WEEKEND 2:
Thursday - Sunday
$80 AT THE GATE
Head to the Fair Grounds Race Course & Slots for the last weekend of Jazz Fest! Headliners this weekend include, but are not limited to, Earth, Wind & Fire, Stevie Wonder and Dave Matthews.
Friday, 8 p.m.
$110 - $175
The 40th annual event will celebrate the expansion of the Jaguar Jungle at the Audubon Zoo. Food, drink and live entertainment are included in the ticket price. Parking is free. Black tie or white linen suit for men, cocktail attire for women. All proceeds support the Audubon Zoo.
TIO JAVI'S CINCO LOCO BLOCK PARTY 2017
Friday, 4 p.m. - midnight
Enjoy beer, margaritas, street tacos, nachos and inflatables at Tio Javi's Fresh Mex Bar & Grill to celebrate Cinco De Mayo! There will be live music and prizes, including a free Mexican cruise for two. Must be 21+ to drink and enter contests.
DISNEY ON ICE
Friday - Sunday, multiple show times
PRICES START AT $15
Watch your favorite Disney characters and stories brought to life at the Raising Cane's River Center downtown.
LSU VS. SOUTH CAROLINA: BASEBALL
Friday - 7 p.m., Saturday - 7 p.m., Sunday - 2 p.m.
Geaux to Alex Box this weekend for a triple-header SEC match up against the Gamecocks.
Weather: Outdoor plans are in great shape this weekend. Whether it be LSU Baseball, or one of many area festivals, the weather will not create any problems for events--just remember sunscreen! Saturday will be sunny with high temperatures in the upper 70s followed by another clear night with low temperatures in the mid 50s. By Sunday, temperature moderation will be underway as mainly clear skies continue. Thanks to low humidity, the warmth should feel comfortable. Afternoon thermometers will continue to climb early next week but lows will remain seasonable and in the low 60s. The next chance of rain is not expected until late next week.
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