Ladies, it's time for a road trip! Head to Coushatta Casino Resort in Kinder, LA for a double dose of R&B. Two of the genre's iconic groups will take to the stage for a spectacular performance, you don't want to miss.

Save the date! Saturday, September 9, 2023, it's 'Ladies Night Out' featuring Dru Hill and Blackstreet live at the Coushatta Entertainment Center. Doors will open at 7 pm, and the show will jump off at 8 pm. Tickets are on sale now and you already know, this is going to be a sellout!


This is a group that has so many GOOD songs it's impossible to pick one. Really. Dru Hill is synonymous with irresistible love ballads and platinum-selling hits. Grown folks' music!

These guys are known for incredible harmony and have released music that has withstood the test of time. For 25 years, they have brought us soul-stirring ballads like 'Beauty', 'Five Steps', 'We're Not Making Love No More', 'These Are The Times' and 'In My Bed!' Please know, they are going to bring it Saturday, September 9!

For more information about the group's upcoming shows, and exclusive content, download the "Dru Hill" app on iTunes and Google Play.


Founded by singer/songwriter Chauney Black and super music producer Teddy Riley in 1991. Blackstreet was a world-renowned R&B group straight out of the gate. With Phenomenal vocals and an awe-inspiring soulful sound, they launched countless hits over the decades.

Blackstreet is a platinum-selling R&B group with mass appeal and versatility. They dropped classic love ballads like 'Before I Let You Go', 'Don't Leave Me', and 'Joy.' Plus, hit club joints like 'Booti Call' and 'No Diggity.'

For more information about the group's upcoming shows, and exclusive content, download the Blackstreet on iTunes and Google Play.

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