Feet ‘n the Street

MSO presents its first ever Feet ‘n the Street fundraising event on Saturday, September 21, from 3:30-6:30pm. Come enjoy the hottest new venue in Northeast Louisiana: Alley Park, situated on Natchitoches Street, just off Antique Alley in downtown West Monroe!

The day promises to be a music-lover’s dream! Two regional favorites, Lisa Spann & Company, along with the Mike McKenzie Band, will deliver country, pop, rock, and other crowd-pleasing favorites to help you dance the afternoon away! And the music will be so hot, you’ll want to dance as soon as you can!

Admission is $30 per person, with 15 and under being admitted FREE. Your admission includes all of the beverages you’ll need to keep you cool: beer, wine, soda, and water! (You MUST be 21 to receive an event-issued wristband for alcohol.) Food trucks, snow cones, and all of your friends will make the day complete! Fun for all ages, this will be a fantastic way to enjoy the best of Northeast Louisiana musicians AND to support your local orchestra! While some shaded areas and tents will be available, dress casual and cool for the unshaded outdoor areas.

Tickets are available online now (You can get them HERE! ) and at the event gates on September 21.

You can also purchase chances to win a BIG GREEN EGG and Two-Man Deer Stand (prizes courtesy of T.P. Outdoors in Monroe/West Monroe, and Home Hardware in Monroe). $10 for one entry, $25 for three! Contact the MSO office (812-6761) or purchase an entry at the event! You DO NOT have to be present to win!! (Winners will be drawn at 6:15pm on September 21.)

Ticket proceeds and fundraising activities will benefit the MSO (Monroe Symphony Orchestra), a non-profit, 501(c)3 orchestra serving Northeast Louisiana and beyond.

West Monroe encourages people to Lyft and Uber to this event!

Don’t miss out on the party … come get your Feet ‘n the Street!

Programs of the Monroe Symphony Orchestra are supported, in part, by grants from the Louisiana Division of the Arts, Office of Cultural Development, Department of Culture, Recreation, and Tourism, in coorporation with the Louisiana State Arts Council, as administered by the Northeast Louisiana Arts Council.