Bikes, brunch, wine tastings at Tiger Stadium and more this weekend in Baton Rouge

Sip wines at Tiger Stadium on Saturday

The Baton Rouge Orthopedic Clinic is throwing a party that tiger lovers and wine lovers won’t want to miss on Saturday August 6th.

BROC’s annual Rock and Wine at Tiger Stadium will feature silent, live wine tastings, music and auctions. Lucky customers might even meet Mike the Tiger. Take this opportunity to spend time with friends and family while supporting the local doctors in the group.

LSU’s Tiger Stadium – Stadium Club is located at North Stadium Drive on the LSU campus. The event lasts from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Tickets range from $100 to $125. Buy your tickets here.

Saturday biker party

If motorcycles are your thing, you might want to clear your schedule this Saturday, August 6 for Mike Bruno’s Freedom Harley-Davidson “Smokin’ Saturday” event.

Enjoy Baton Rouge’s motorcycle scene at the Harley-Davidson dealership with complimentary hot and smoked sausages, baked beans, chips, beer and soft drinks. Pair it all with live music from TJ Meloncon, the chance to check out the new bikes coming to the showroom, and a guest appearance from Queenz of the South, an all-female Harley motorcycle club.

Mike Bruno’s Freedom Harley-Davidson is at 5853 Seigen Lane. The event starts at 1 p.m. and ends at 4 p.m.

Oktoberfest comes early Saturday

Tin Roof Brewing Company is so excited for Oktoberfest that they are kicking off the festivities early this year on Saturday August 6th.

This event will celebrate Tin Roof’s new Bavarian Nights Marzden Lager which will soon arrive in the dining room. The company says the brew “tiptoes between a caramel-rich amber brew and the crisp burst of a lager.” Oak & Smoke Food Truck will be there all day with its specially curated Oktoberfest menu, which includes Bavarian soft pretzels and beer cheese. Grammy-nominated Julian Primeaux is also set to perform.

Tin Roof Brewing Company is located at 1624 Wyoming Street. The event starts at 12 p.m. Keep up to date with all event updates on Tin Roof’s social media platforms.

Brunch, bike and art discovery on Sunday

Leola’s Cafe is known for its fun and interesting Sundays, and this Sunday August 7th is no different.

To coincide with free admission to the LSU Art Museum on the first Sunday of every month, Government Street Cafe is hosting a Bike and Brunch event. So bring your bike and get ready for a post-brunch bike ride at the museum. This ride is perfect for people of all ages who want to spend their Sunday afternoon in a fun and new way.

Leola’s Cafe and Coffee House is located at 1857 Government Street. Brunch starts at 12 p.m. and the event is expected to last until around 3 p.m.

Elisha A. Tilghman