Clarence's Baton Rouge Movie Theaters & Baton Rouge Movies Guide

This is Clarence's Baton Rouge Movie Theaters & Baton Rouge Movies guide.

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Baton Rouge Movie Theaters
Baton Rouge IMAX Theater and Planetarium

Grand Cinema
15365 George O'Neal Road Baton Rouge, LA 70817
(where Coursey Blvd. meets Jones Creek Rd. between Airline and I-12)
(225) 755-8888

Broadmoor Theatre (Closed as of April 30, 2005)
Broadmoor Theatre 9810 Florida Boulevard, Baton Rouge, LA, 70815
(east of Airline Hwy.)
(225) 926-0068

The Rave Baton Rouge 16
16040 Hatteras Ave. Baton Rouge, LA 70816
(225) 753-2710

Tinseltown USA
Siegen Park Mall 10955 North Mall Drive Baton Rouge, LA 70810
(Siegen Rd exit on I-10)
Recording: (225) 295-3300, Office: (225) 295-3339

United Artists Citiplace Theater
2610 Citiplace Drive Baton Rouge, LA 70808
(225) 216-0064

United Artists Siegen Village Cinema 10
7166 Siegen Lane Baton Rouge, LA 70809
(225) 292-6197

Baton Rouge planetarium & IMAX shows IMAX movies, Laser shows, and Light shows to rock music. Click on this link for the complete schedule and info.

Please listen to Clarence's Cajun radio program in Baton Rouge.
Saturdays 7pm-9pm on WBRH 90.3 FM

View Clarence's Baton Rouge Cajun and Zydeco Schedule. Clarence needs your help - read a message from Clarence here.

Ever been to a Cajun dance? This is your invitation from Clarence.
If you have never been to a cajun dance, you should try it. Cajun dances are held in Baton Rouge on most Friday nights and you are invited. The dances are sponsored by the Cajun French Music Association. These dances are open to the public and everyone including singles, couples, college students, tourists, children, and grandparents are invited to the CFMA dances. There are cajun dance lessons from 7pm-8pm and the cajun band plays from 8pm-10:30pm. The cost is $6. There are usually around 200-300 people at the dances and the atmosphere is very welcoming. We always have a lot of fun and it is in a smokefree hall. They are held at the American Legion Hall that is located at 151 South Woodale Blvd which is behind Pier One and the Shell gas station on Florida Blvd. Awesome place! Great wood dance floor! Please come out and join us. I am at most of the dances, so please feel free to ask for Clarence the Cajun DJ and I will be happy to show you around and dance with you. You can view the cajun dance schedule at :) Clarence

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