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L'Auberge slates 4th of July events

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The following is a list of July 4 events at L'Auberge Casino Resort:

Liquid Society – Eli Young Band

Award-winning country act. Ticket price $20. Must be 21.

Thursday, July 4th

FIREWORKS FIREWORKS FIREWORKS

Public fireworks to follow the Eli Young Band performance at Liquid Society

Best viewing from the pool area or Touloulous's Beach Bar & Grill (free entry; all ages) **Beach parking lot will be closed as safety zone

Estimated start time 10-10:10 p.m. – 10 minute show

$250,000 Red, White & Vroom Giveaway – 4 Corvettes!

July 4-7th – giving away a 2013 Chevrolet Corvette from Billy Navarre Chevrolet each day (4 total) or a share of $50k in cash and Bonus Rewards

Guests earn entries by playing their favorite games and then swiping their mychoice card (free membership)

Details at www.llakecharles.com

Jen Kober's Homegrown Comedy Show at Jack Daniel's Bar & Grill

$10 tickets; must be 21

Tickets available at the door

Wednesday, July 3rd

Jack Goes Country – JB & The Moonshine Band

Friday, July 5th

Jack Daniel's Bar & Grill – 11 p.m.

Tickets $25; must be 21

4th ofJuly BBQ Buffet in Le Beaucoup Buffet

$26.99 special buffet all day – BBQ Galore!

Tickets for Liquid Society, Jen Kober's Homegrown Comedy Show and Jack Goes Country may be purchased at Legends, the L'Auberge Business Center, ticketmaster.com or by calling 800.745.3000. Cash tickets are available at the door for Jen Kober and Jack Goes Country.

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