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OPRY NIGHTS

Every 3rd Thursday each month

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OPRY NIGHT

Feat. Mus Gillum, Stefan Prigmore, Micah Kennedy, Ashlynn Rae

OCT 20

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UPCOMING LIVE PERFORMANCES

  • Louisiana Grandstand: Opry Nights
    Thu, Oct 20
    WDC Theater
    Feat. Micah Kennedy, Ashlynn Rae, Mus Gillum & Stefan Prigmore! Louisiana Grandstand's Opry Nights event presented by Hargrove Roofing & Construction.
  • William Lee Martin's "Hawg Wild Tour"
    Fri, Oct 28
    WDC Theater
    The Texas Original comedian William Lee Martin brings his Hawg Wild Tour to the WDC Theater in Shreveport on October 28th!
  • Dylan Leblanc
    Wed, Nov 02
    WDC Theater
    Dylan Leblanc takes the Citgo Stage at Louisiana Grandstand in the WDC Theater.
  • Confederate Railroad
    Thu, Nov 10
    WDC Theater
    Confederate Railroad takes the Citgo Stage at Louisiana Grandstand in the WDC Theater.
  • Mike & The Moonpies
    Fri, Nov 11
    WDC Theater
    Mike & The Moonpies take the Citgo Stage at Louisiana Grandstand in the WDC Theater.
  • Louisiana Grandstand: Opry Nights
    Thu, Nov 17
    WDC Theater
    Louisiana Grandstand's Opry Nights event presented by Hargrove Roofing & Construction.
  • Cody Canada
    Thu, Dec 01
    WDC Theater
    Cody Canada of Cross Canadian Ragweed & Cody Canada and The Departed takes the Citgo Stage at Louisiana Grandstand in the WDC Theater in an acoustic solo performance.
  • Dan Smalley
    Sat, Dec 17
    WDC Theater
    Shreveport's own Dan Smalley returns home and takes the Citgo Stage at Louisiana Grandstand in the WDC Theater in an acoustic solo performance.
  • Joshua Ray Walker
    Sat, Feb 11
    WDC Theater
    Rising Texas country musician Joshua Ray Walker takes the Citgo Stage at Louisiana Grandstand in the WDC Theater in a solo performance.
Built in 1925
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The WDC Theater is a historical landmark serving as the newest center for music in the Shreveport area.

The building was erected at the corner of Line Avenue & Margaret Place in the Highland/Stoner area just south of downtown. Originally built as the clubhouse for the Woman's Department Club, the house known as the "Lady on Line" was born of the successful suffrage movement. Prominent ladies in the community dedicated their time & effort to create a club focused on growing educational and equality opportunities for women in the area.

 

The WDC Theater holds boasting rights alongside the more famous Strand Theater in downtown as the two oldest theaters in current day Shreveport/Bossier. Today, the theater sits in almost pristine condition with an excellent space for an elevated - but intimate - musical and performance experience.

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