Even though the event is virtual this year, you can still get a taste of our very own, Baton Rouge. Even if you're not from Baton Rouge, you can feel the city vibes -- virtually! Special thanks to Visit Baton Rouge for providing all of this great information.
Are you attending the Mid City Micro Con but don't live in Baton Rouge? Have no fear, we have digital resources to make you feel like you're living it up the city! If you do live in Baton Rouge and you're still practicing social/physical distancing, take a look at these tools and reminisce about all the fun experiences you've had in our fun city!
Image Source: Jordan Hefler - BR Ebb & Flow Event
Image Source: Jordan Hefler - Southern University Marching Band
Baton Rouge is wonderful city full of delicious tastes, unique sights, and inspiring sounds. With restaurants that feed your soul, annual parades to celebrate various holidays including Mardi Gras and Christmas, live performances at the seasonal Live After Five events, there's always something to do!
BR is full of wonderful works of murals and public art. Many of these murals are created by The Walls Project. The Walls Project is a non-profit organization that's focused on getting folks of all ages and walks of life to participate in creating community artwork.
This is a picture of Wall 118 located at 1110 Perkins Road, Baton Rouge, LA 70808.
The city also has a few great museums and art outlets.
Due to COVID-19, many of us are hunkering down and limiting our travels. However, Baton Rouge will be here waiting for your visit! Here are some resources and information for visiting the physical city!
Learn About the Current Happenings in BR: Visit the Blog!
Image Source: Jordan Hefler