Live Music in Downtown Covington This Week

Downtown Covington is known for live music during special

events like the St. Tammany Art Association’s Fall & Spring

For Art, plus Rockin’ the Rails, the free concerts at the

Covington Trailhead. Covington is also becoming a staple

for music all the time with several spots in town featuring

live, regional musicians throughout the week.

The Columbia Street Tap Room is open for lunch & dinner and

features live music on the weekends. Columbia Street Rock

n Blues Cafe is open for lunch Wed. – Sat. with weekly

specials that include Taco Tuesdays, Wiener Wednesdays and

Steak Night on Thursdays. Friday night is Ladies Night

with DJ Dizzi, The Topcats play Saturday.

Wharton’s Green Room is a live music venue featuring craft

cocktail service. Open Mic takes place Wednesdays, an Open

Blues Jam on Thursdays, live music Fridays, Killahouse on

Saturdays and Karaoke on Sundays. This Friday, see Calvin

Johnson & Chapter Soul.

The Covington Brewhouse features a monthly Singer

Songwriter Night every third Thursday with musicians from

across the northshore area, featuring members of the

Northshore Singer Songwriters Group. The Covington

Brewhouse is open Thursday and Friday from 5 to 9 p.m.

Saturdays feature free brewery tours with extended hours,

11:00 a.m. To 9 p.m. Sunday hours are 12 noon to 6 p.m.

Visit covingtonbrewhouse.com for more information.

St. John’s Coffeehouse is open 7 days a week. They feature

an open mic every third Sunday of the month with live music

on occasional Saturdays. Keenan Knight performs this

Saturday, January 13, 2018.

LOLA Restaurant features Simple Southern Fare with full bar

service, wine selection and craft cocktails. Chefs Keith

and Nealy Frentz combine fine dining and comfort food in

this Covington gem, located in the old train depot. Live

music with Timothy Gates Thursday evenings in Jan.

The English Tea Room & Eatery features live music during

lunch on Thursdays and Fridays. Glyn Bailey performs his

British-inspired set of traditionals and popular tunes.

Fridays showcase classically trained Judy Seghers with

traditional and popular Harp music. The English Tea Room &

Eatery is located at 734 E. Rutland Street. Monday thru

Saturday, 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.

The English Tea Room & Eatery