Enjoy Live Entertainment THIS Weekend at Mardi Gras Pub Crawl

It's that time of year again, the kids will be out for spring break soon, the weather is not quite ready to welcome waterfront activities, so what's an adult to do for fun?  No worries, the 15th Annual Lake of the Ozarks Mardi Gras Pub Crawl is this Saturday, February 20th. There are over 20 participating restaurants/bars and each location will have a band or DJ! The best part is you don't have to worry about driving because there is bus transportation, so you can hit as many of the venues that you want. Check out the entertainment lineup below!  

Unlimited Entertainment

  • The Surge
  • DJ Dr. Cheese
  • Classic Rewind
  • DJ Taz
  • Famous DJ Frizzy from St. Louis
  • Money 4 Nothing
  • Disengaged
  • Notorious
  • Contagious
  • Planet Jazz
  • DJ Craig Maxey
  • NakedCove Entertainment
  • DJ JB
  • DJ Crazy J
  • DJ Geefer Southerland
  • DJ Trenwreck
  • Dale Blue/DJ Vinyl Richie

Your All Access Pass

Don't worry about a cover charge! For $10 you get a wrist band that allows you entry to the 20+ venues, featuring the best live entertainment at the Lake of the Ozarks. Wrist bands can be purchased the night of pub crawl or beforehand at any of the participating restaurants/bars or lodging sponsors. Not only will you get unlimited entertainment, but transportation begins at 4pm and there will be 30+ buses to chauffeur you to the next venue.

As always, we will have our own great lineup of live entertainment at Backwater Jack's for the 2016 season. We look forward to seeing you soon at your favorite waterfront restaurant at Lake of the Ozarks, serving up coastal cuisine with a mid-western flair! In the meantime, put on your dancing shoes, and have a blast at Mardi Gras Pub Crawl this weekend!

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