The Downtown at Sundown concert series is a fun way to get out with family and friends and make the most of a beautiful summer evening.
If you’re located near Lake Charles, Louisiana, there’s one summer series you definitely don’t want to miss. The Downtown at Sundown concert series is a fun way to get out with family and friends and make the most of a beautiful summer evening. Every Friday starting May 18 to June 8, 2018, downtown Lake Charles will host a free concert along with additional entertainment, foods and beverage for sale, vendors or many kinds, and activities for all ages.
Each Downtown at Sundown event begins at 3 p.m. and lasts until 10 p.m. Families and neighbors of Lake Charles are invited to show up any time and to stay for as long as desired. Visitors are welcome to bring lawn chairs to set up for the concert. No outside food or beverage is permitted, but it won’t be needed with so many great vendors selling snacks and dinner items.
Downtown at Sundown is located on Ryan Street from Iris to the Phoenix building parking lot. In the event of rain, concerts will be held inside the Lake Charles Civic Center. Don’t miss these fun concerts coming up, starting with The Tugboats on May 18th, Rusty Metoyer & Zydeco Krush on May 25th, Lost Bayou Ramblers on June 1st, and Flamethrowers on June 8th.
If you need a stylish ride to get to the concert, head over to Nissan of Lake Charles and we’ll get you all set up!
There are many amazing activities and wonderful sites to see when you live in, or are visiting Lake Charles, LA. From national parks, five star golf courses, sandy beaches, and even a couple of casinos for mom and dad to squeeze in some grown up (and responsible!) fun! There is one museum that stands above the rest and requires and day set aside during any family’s trip to Lake Charles, and that’s the Children’s Museum!
Located right off Broad Street in Downtown Lake Charles, The Children’s Museum has combined learning, fun, excitement, and active exhibits and experiments that keep kids active in mind and body! From creative arts and crafts that nurture their young minds to grow, the “Big Mouth” and “Lake Charles Fire Safety Station” which teaches kids about proper dental hygiene (don’t forget to floss!) and proper fire safety techniques, and the Horizontal Rock Wall which helps kids stay physically active, there are activities for children with any interest…and their parents too!
As cliché as it may sound, the children are our future. We here at Nissan of Lake Charles are happy to know there is a place like the Children’s Museum for kids to learn, grow, and have fun in a safe environment! If you’d like to learn more about the Children’s museum, feel free to visit their website!