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Jive to Live Music in Monroe-West Monroe



Acoustic guitars, jazzy saxophones, and slow piano ballads make it a night to remember. Whether you're looking to sit back and relax or dance the night away, we've got great places to listen to live music in Monroe-West Monroe:

Enoch’s Irish Pub and Café:

Diverse crowd, great food, and live music! What could be better? Enjoy a famous Enoch’s burger or Irish nachos and hear local favorites like Astro Motel, Hal Mayfield, and Mason Howard! You can even listen to live poetry readings every 2nd Thursday of the month at their Beer & Bards event.

Landry Vineyard’s:

Wine and live music! Does it get any better? Hear music ranging from country to jazz all while taking in the beautiful scenery of the vineyard. Enjoy a glass of wine, wine bellini’s, jambalaya, cheese trays, and boudin! Bring chairs or a blanket and watch the band up close! And don’t forget to take a ride on their wagon to get a closer look of the vineyard!

The Hub Music Hall & The Murphy Room:

Downtown Monroe’s newest music hall! Bringing in acts from all across the country – you are sure to find a concert to suit the musical taste for everyone in the family! Catch a concert at the music venue or an intimate live music night inside their bar The Murphy Room. Make sure to check out their mural of musicians outside while you are there!

Brass Monkey Pub and Patio:

Your hot spot every night of the week! Located in downtown Monroe and opened 7 days a week. Enjoy their happy hour until 7 pm and treat yourself to some of their famous “monkey tails.” Hear live music by bands or even take a turn at karaoke!

JAC'S Craft Smokehouse 

Go for the weekend live music sets from local bands. Located in Antique Alley, this casual venue is a great place to enjoy awesome BBQ and live music. Bring yourself a pair of dancing shoes, because these bands are ready to rock the house!

Plus, check our Calendar of Events to see other upcoming events with live music. We'll see y'all there!

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