Aggie Muster and Dinner

Howdy All,

The 2016 Baton Rouge Aggie Muster will be at The Lyceum Ballroom in downtown Baton Rouge.  There will be a cash bar/social hour/silent auction from 6:00-6:45 and Muster will begin afterwards and end around 7:45.  There is no cost to attend Muster.  All significant others and children are invited.  Please RSVP by clicking here.

Following Muster there will be an optional dinner at Capital City Grill which is one block West of the Muster location.  If you plant to attend dinner, please RSVP for that on this link.   

Look forward to seeing you all there.


Baton Rouge Aggie Club Leadership

Singing Cadet Performance in Baton Rouge on January 10th

The Texas A&M Singing Cadets will perform in Baton Rouge on January 10th at 7:00 at the First Baptist Church of Baton Rouge.  The performance is free to attend, but donations will be accepted to go towards the Singing Cadets scholarship fund.  To learn more about the Singing Cadets please visit their website here.

We do need homes to house the Cadets for the one night they are in town.  All that is asked is to pick them up after the performance, provide dinner afterwards, a breakfast the following morning, and return them to the church.  If you can host a cadet, please email us at

Tour calendar poster 2016

LSU Game Day Information

Game Time

November 28, 6:30

Need Tickets?

Send us an email at  We have some available.

If we are out, we recommend looking on StubHub or TexAgs.

Where is the A&M Section in Tiger Stadium?

610, 611, 612.

Where is Midnight Yell?

Midnight Yell Practice will be held in New Orleans.  It will be led by the Texas A&M Yell Leaders from the balcony of Johnny White’s Pub and Grill, 718 Bourbon St.  Johnny White’s is directly behind St. Louis Cathedral and across Orleans St from the Bourbon Orleans Hotel.

Stop in during the day on Friday, have some food and drinks and be sure to thank the staff for allowing us to take over their bar and balcony.

Can’t make Yell Practice in New Orleans, but looking for something to do in Baton Rouge?

Texas country music artist, Jerry Jeff Walker, performs at L’Auberge the night before the game.  Use ticket code: JERRY for $5 off.

Is there a tailgate provided? 

Yes.  We are teaming up with the Association of Former Students, the New Orleans A&M Club, Aggieland Outfitters, and to throw the the “All Aggie” tailgate.  We will kickoff at 1PM.  Food and drinks will be provided while they last.  There is no cost, but donations are appreciated.  Our tailgate will be in lot 407/406, look for the Aggieland Outfitters RV.  There is public parking adjacent to Lot 407 in the Levee Lots.  Please click on the map below.

Tailgate Map

Places to grab a bite while you are in town

Izzo’s Illegal Burrito- – Build your own burrito, taco, or salad. Great food and generous portions.  Aggie owned and multiple locations in Baton Rouge. $

Bistro Byronz – Great menu.  Very New Orleans/Louisiana atmosphere.  Must get Bleu Cheese Chips.  $$

DiGulio Brothers – Small, quaint, casual restaurant, but worth the wait.  Favorite among locals for great Italian.  If it’s too long a wait check out Pinetta’s European Restaraunt across the street.  Don’t let the darkness scare you away.  $$

Galatoire’s Bistro – If you’re looking for something very New Orleans…also has a delightful prix fix lunch lunch menu.  Good happy hour with discounted appetizers and patio. $$$

Juban’s – By far one of the best fine dining restaraunts in the City.  Recommend going for their prix fix lunch menu.  Same ambience, same price, same service, but you’ll save lots of money!  If you order off the menu, Halleujah Crab.  Amen! $$$

Jolie Pearl – If you’re into oysters, this is a must stop Downtown.  Great atmosphere.  Fresh oysters from across the US.  Lots of flat screens and live music too. $$

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