Many thanks to Jive Flamingo for supporting Cafe Au Lait! Jess @JF has done an marvelous job of digging into who we are, and why we keep making music day and night!
We are connecting on another soulful endeavor to bring the best New Orleans has to downtown Baton Rouge! The Show starts at 9p
Jive Flamingo is giving away tickets like candy at carnival! Follow this link to win: Free Tickets!!!
Come enjoy the sounds!
Show starts @9pm
Doors open @8pm
Come enjoy a talent filled evening of soul, blue, and rock! Smooth out your Thursday with Michael Liuzza and Cafe au lait!
Yes Yes, Cafe au Lait’s very own, Sybil Shanell has been nominated for the NOLA Hip -Hop awards of 2014. Sybil has a talent for writing meaningful lyrics, and flowing them over the sweetest melodies only matched by her drive to be the change she sees the world needs! Take a moment and listen to a few tracks. Click the banner below to vote!
Hello sweet sips, and cool drips! Cafe Au Lait has a wonderful weekend of music!
EVERY THURSDAY you can catch us in New Orleans Euphoria – a live music night featuring Syble Shanell, and often including guest artists from the local area.
Weekly food and drink specials! Musicians, artists, and other creative collaborators are welcome!
Friday Sept. 19th – we are honored to support the LSO Cancer Foundations “Hat Soiree” fundraiser at the Baton Rouge Gallery.
Saturday Sept. 20th – Cafe Au Lait is teaming up with Local Hip Hop artists, and some Hip Rock friends from ATL – Detroit Mutant Radio. It’s All Going down at the Spanish Moon in Baton Rouge. Come vibe out on some conscious lyricism and get ya mind right! $8 at the door.
As Always, Groove til you die!
Cafe Au Lait
Cafe Au Lait will provide music entertainment during the intermission 8:30 -9p feature Jazz/Soul Vocalist Christien Bold
The Black Arts Film Festival to be held at the LSU Digital Media Center on April 24, 2014 at 6pm. The Black Arts Film Festival is an event put on by the Black Artist Initiative at Louisiana State University that showcases several short films and documentaries by directors and videographers from all over Louisiana. There will be several genres ranging from comedy to documentary. The purpose of this event is to highlight and showcase local cultural talent throughout LSU and the Louisiana area in the form of film and media.
We want to capture the essence and importance of diversity in film, creativity, and culture here at LSU. The event will include a red carpet section capturing formal wear, and a viewing of each film in the DMC theater.
We welcome you to attend and be apart of this experience.