5 Finger Discount at Columbia Street Rock N Blues Block Party Night

5 Finger Discount performs at Columbia Street Rock N’ Blues Cafe Friday night for the final Block Party!  Show up dressed in your best costume for the Halloween Costume Contest!  Join Rock N’

Block Party This Friday – Live Music, Vintage Cars & More In Downtown Covington

This Friday marks the return of the Downtown Covington Block Party. Get ready for show cars, music, food and more along Columbia and Boston Streets. Right along Boston Street, you’ll find St. John’s

Participate in the “Eat Local Challenge” in Covington!

The 5th Annual New Orleans Eat Local Challenge 2015 kicked of this weekend with local participants like the Covington Brewhouse. Here at Covington Weekly, we participate in the Covington Eat Local Challenge all

Block Party Returns This Friday – Live Music at Local Venues

With the return of Spring, Covington’s Block Parties are back! The St. John’s Historic District features many fantastic restaurants, watering holes and great shopping at local retail stores. The cars line Columbia Street

New Years In Downtown Covington – Rock N Blues, Green Room, Southern Hotel

Rock It Productions & Friends At Rock N Blues Café Columbia Street Rock N Blues brings your favorite DJ’s together for one serious New Year’s Dance Party – Hollywood, Dizzi, Kurvy and Killahouse.

Live Music In Downtown Covington: Friday & Saturday Night Lineup

Friday night live music in downtown includes Columbia Street Rock N Blues with Band Camp, a 6-piece New Orleans-based rock/pop cover band that has been wowing crowds for years with its explosive interactive

First Friday Unplugged Features Timothy Gates at Toad Hollow – Live Music A Staple For Downtown Covington

Toad Hollow invites you to First Friday Unplugged for October, featuring Timothy Gates from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Cocktails served from 4:30 p.m. to7:30 p.m. Toad Hollow offers vegetarian and vegan selections

Annual Feast of Fools & Twelfth Night Street March – St. John’s Fools of Misrule

Witnessing the absence of proper Twelfth Night merrymaking on the Northshore, the St. John Fools of Misrule was formed to announce the arrival of the Carnival season to St. Tammany Parish. The organization’s