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FREE weekend fun in downtown Baton Rouge throughout April

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BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) -

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Downtown Baton Rouge has been busy hosting a series of free-to-attend events happening every weekend throughout April. Although the month is coming to an end, you still have a chance to rock out and the fun will not end when May begins. 

Kicking things off for the final weekend in April will be another great Live After 5 concert. This time, you're encouraged to dress in your best 80s gear. That's because starting at 5 p.m. you can hear great live music by the local 80s cover band Werewolf. Click here to see the rest of the scheduled performances.  

On Sunday, make sure to check out the Sunday in the Park music series. Much like Live After 5, this is a weekly event, which is sponsored by the Arts Council of Greater Baton Rouge. Click here for more information about Sunday in the Park.  

Sunday service, which is usually not available, for the Red Stick Trolley will be available from April 3 through May 8. Officials with CATS say they are offering the trolley service as a way to "assess interest in the route after this six week run." This, however, is not free. For more information about the Red Stick Trolley, click here.  

Both Live After 5 and Sunday in the Park will continue throughout the month of May, so don't pack up your lawn chair just yet. 

It's been a great month for downtown Baton Rouge. Relive all the fun by clicking on the slideshow above, which includes Live After 5, FestForAll, The Color Run, and the Blues Festival, and Earth Day. 

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