Join us on Friday, May 31 when BRG's Movies & Music on the Lawn, presented by Pop Shop Records, brings Baton Rouge's own Captain Green to City Park to perform a special, never-before-heard score for the hilarious Buster Keaton 1925 classic, "Seven Chances."
Whether you’re looking for a date night that’s a little different or an affordable family outing, you can’t go wrong with Movies & Music on the Lawn. Bottomless popcorn and admission to one of the most unique film series in town costs just $7 (and BRG members pay nothing to enjoy the whole series)!
About Captain Green: Over the past 8 years, Captain Green has established a reputation as a band you won’t want to miss in the Southeast Region. They have been a part of music festivals such as Wakarusa, Bear Creek Music Festival, Revolution Fest, Suwannee Disc Jam, Bay Fest, Secret Stages, and Live After Five and have graced the stage with acts such as George Porter Jr., Dumpstaphunk, Snarky Puppy, Rebirth Brass Band, Bernie Worrell, Jonathan Scales Fourcestra, The Main Squeeze, and Soul Rebels Brass Band.
“Captain Green is the perfect proponent of the Louisiana music tradition… They use jazz as a launching pad to get to space, and, boy, do they ever get there!” - Scott Hopkins
About Seven Chances: Standing to inherit $7 million by 7:00 pm if he can get married before then, Jimmie Shannon (played by Buster Keaton) sets out on a mission to find a bride. Hailed as a standout achievement in comedy of the silent era of film, it includes one of Keaton’s most iconic set pieces and comedic moments (including being chased through Los Angeles by both boulders and hopeful brides-to-be.
Join us for a special night as Captain Green breathes new life into one of silent cinema's most unforgettable comedies! Then join us in June, July, and August for other unique Movies & Music pairings of some of the best silent films of all time with some of the best bands of our time, courtesy of Pop Shop Records.