Entertainment

The Garden Brothers Circus is celebrating 100 years of entertaining families throughout North America and will “pull out all the stops” when it comes to the Beaumont Civic Center with two shows on Tuesday, June 21, at 4:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.Adult tickets are $22-$30, and kid tickets (ages 2-12) are $8-$16. Tickets can be purchased at the Civic Center box office at 701 Main St. in downtown Beaumont or online at ticketmaster.com.

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One of the hottest names in Country music, Frank Foster, will perform in Beaumont at the Backyard Music Hall on Friday, June 17 with doors opening at 7 p.m. for ages 18 years and older. Tickets to the show are $18 and can be purchased online at jnhillcountry.com or at the venue. From Cypress Bottom, Louisiana, has acted as his own record label, management, booking agency and publishing company, and managed to find success that some major label artist may never find.

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International successful rock act The Guess Who will perform inside the Grand Event Center at the Golden Nugget in Lake Charles, La., on Friday, June 17, 8:30 p.m. Tickets for this 21 and older show are $27.50-$36.50 and can be purchased online at ticketmaster.com. From Winnipeg, Canada, the group formed in 1965 and the current lineup features two originals in Jim Kale (bass, vocals) and Garry Peterson (drums, vocals).

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If you have not posed for a picture with the Big Bugs, it’s not too late. By popular demand, David Rogers’ Big Bugs has been extended through Saturday, June 25, at Shangri La Botanical Gardens & Nature Center (601 Green Ave) in Orange.

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The Gig on Crockett Street welcomes Scott Stapp, the voice of the rock band Creed, on Thursday, Aug. 4. Doors open at 7 p.m. and tickets for the 18-and-older show are $20 and can be purchased online at outhousetickets.com. Stapp, 42, has released two solo records and has had a few tracks hit the Billboard rock chart including “The Great Divide” and “Slow Suicide.” Creed disbanded in 2004 before returning for a few reunion tours that fizzled out by 2012.

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Local act Good Grief will perform at Thirsty’s on Friday, June 10, with special guests Boxing Dei Dei. Thirsty’s is at 229 Dowlen Road in Beaumont. Good Grief, who formed in 2014, consists of Melody Boyd (vocals), Michelle Blackwell (vocals, guitar, bass), Stevo Romero (bass, guitar) and Haley Hardin (drums), who describe themselves as having an eclectic sound and taste in music, which shows in their craft and delivery.

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As an alternative to the usual summer fare, this will do nicely. It’s a tragic love story based on the best seller by JoJo Moyes, who also scripted the movie, so book fans can rejoice – it sticks pretty close to the prose. Sappy where it needs to be, “Me Before You” mixes the humor with the gravitas to balance the sad undercurrent and benefits greatly from the leading performance of Emilia Clarke.

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In collaboration with the Beaumont Public Library System, Beaumont native Katie Cokinos will premiere her award-winning film "I Dream Too Much" at the historic Jefferson Theatre on Saturday, June 11, at 7:30 p.m. Concessions, including beer and wine, will be for sale.

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Southeast Texans can now order food from some their favorite area restaurants and have it delivered to their home or office, all by accessing an app from their smart phone device.

Food delivery service Waitr, which was founded in Lake Charles and operates in Baton Rouge, Houston, Lafayette, Lake Charles, Brazosport, and The Woodlands, is now available in the Southeast Texas area.

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Jazz at the Lake returns on Thursday, June 16, at the downtown Event Centre (700 Crockett St.) from 5:30-7:30 p.m. with a free concert from Dean James. James, a jazz sensation, literally calls Beaumont his home away from home. “I have a very huge fan base in the tri-city area of Beaumont, Port Arthur and Orange,” said James, who was born in California and now resides in Houston.

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