Located on historic Elvis Presley Avenue, Shreveport Municipal Auditorium has a storied history as the home of The Louisiana Hayride, which gave rise to many international stars including The King of Rock 'N Roll, Elvis Presley. Built in the 1920s and noted for its intricate brickwork and lavish interior, Shreveport Municipal Auditorium is considered the finest example of Art Deco architecture in the State of Louisiana.
The Muni is a versatile venue for sporting events, touring acts, live local concerts, graduations, family shows, parties, and debutante balls in Shreveport, La., and is well-known for its superior acoustics and versatility of use.
The building features seating accommodations for more than 3,000, a 6,300-square-foot arena, 54-foot proscenium arch, the largest stage in the area, catering/concession areas, and box office services. It was completely renovated in 2014.
Find out about group experiences taking place at the Shreveport Municipal Auditorium:
Backstage Music Tour at the Municipal Auditorium
Get a 360° view:
View of the Elvis Presley exhibit
View of Colonial Pageant memorabilia
View of the auditorium from upper level
View of the history room
View from the entrance
View of ballroom
View of dressing rooms
- Space Notes Set ups are available on both the Municipal Auditorium floor as well as inside the Municipal Upstairs Ballroom.
- Theatre Capacity 3200
- Total Rounds Capacity 400
- Classroom Capacity 328