St. Landry Parish, LA

St. Landry Parish, LA

St. Landry Parish Tourist Commission | 337.948.8004 | www.cajuntravel.com

Here in the heart of Cajun Country, we host a wide range of events and activities for residents and visitors alike. Enjoy your stay in St. Landry Parish, Louisiana. This printable listing of events was generated on www.cajuntravel.com!

Events

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  • Jun 16, 2018

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    337-945-5064
    828 E. Landry St.
    Opelousas, LA 70570

    35th Annual Juneteenth Folklife Celebration

    A celebration that highlights the folk art, heritage and traditions of the African-American culture in this area. This celebration is to pay tribute to the date when Texas slaves first heard the news of their freedom. As this is a family friendly event, no alcohol is sold or allowed on site. 

    Live music featuring Geno Delafose & French Rockin' Boogie + Goldman Thibodeaux  

    Farmers' Market Pavilion, across from Le Vieux Village | 1pm-6:30pm | Free Admission 

    337-945-5064
    828 E. Landry St.
    Opelousas, LA 70570

  • Jul 04, 2018

    337-566-2322
    562 Front St.
    Krotz Springs, LA 70750

    Fireworks on the River

    The town of Krotz Springs is observing their 100th anniversery with fireworks on the river. Bring your lawn chairs and plan to spend the evening in a family atmosphere. Prior to the fireworks, we will enjoy live music by JC Melancon & The Bayou Rock Band. There will be fun jumps for the kids, and food and refreshments will be served. Ice chests are permitted, but no bottles please. We will cap off the evening with a great fireworks display complete with patriotic music at dusk.

    Nall Park | 6:30pm | Free Admission

    337-566-2322
    562 Front St.
    Krotz Springs, LA 70750


  • Jul 04, 2018

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    337-457-7389
    461 Sittig St.
    Eunice, LA 70535

    Fourth of July Fireworks Show

    Hosted by the City of Eunice, this year's display will be bigger and better. For almost 30 years, the former Mayor and licensed pyrotechnic, Kenneth Peart, orchestrates a 30 minute spectacular display of fireworks. Bring the entire family out to enjoy the show. Parking is available at the Complex.

    Eunice Recreation Complex | 9pm | Free Admission

    337-457-7389
    461 Sittig St.
    Eunice, LA 70535

  • Jul 07, 2018

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    337-351-3902
    103 Lebeau Church Rd.
    Lebeau, LA 71345

    28th Annual Lebeau Zydeco Festival

    Celebrate this unique genre of music called zydeco with live performances, dancing, and Creole cuisine—including their famous pork backbone dinners. Feel free to set up for the day with tents and lawn chairs. Please note that there are no refunds, BBQ pits, ATVs, glass containers or ice chests/coolers allowed. This festival is held the first Saturday every year in July.

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    Immaculate Conception Catholic Church | 11am | Adults $12 | Children 11 and under get in free

    337-351-3902
    103 Lebeau Church Rd.
    Lebeau, LA 71345

  • Jul 14, 2018

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    337-662-2223
    Napoleon Ave.
    Sunset, LA 70584

    Sunset Jam

    Sunset, Louisiana is a jambalaya of arts and music! The Rubboard Capitol of the World is also known for its collection of vintage shops and antique dealers, most of which carry original artwork by area artists. The first Friday of every month, visit local galleries and shops for unique finds and participate in a traditional Cajun jam session where local musicians "fiddle around" in a casual setting. Anyone with an instrument is welcomed to hop in. 

    Downtown Sunset on Napoleon Avenue | 9am-2pm | Free event  

    337-662-2223
    Napoleon Ave.
    Sunset, LA 70584

  • Jul 28, 2018

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    337-584-2260
    828 E. Landry St.
    Opelousas, LA 70570

    5th Annual Southwest Louisiana Attakapas Opelousas Prairie Tribe Festival

    Experience Opelousas' colorful Native American heritage with traditional dancing, drumming, arts & crafts, storytelling, food. There will also be outside vendors with items for purchase and special guest speakers, Harvey and Carolyn Whitford. Children and adults can learn something new with lessons demonstrating traditional dance and jewelry making, and participate in other educational activities like Native American Stickball. This family friendly event will be hosted by Chief Nolan Gobert and Tribal Council Members. It is free to the public and is an alcohol-free event.

    All day – Dancing by the Attakapas Opelousas Prairie Tribe 

    10am – Opening Ceremony (Blessing) Deputy Chief Merniva Broussard Francois
    11am – Grand Entry + Presentation of Flags  
    11:30am – Education speaker, Harvey Whitford
    12pm – Lunch
    1pm - Storytelling
    2pm - Harvey Whitford - Educational Speaker
    3pm – Silent Auction
    3:30pm – Opelousas Blacklegged Drummers 
    4pm – Closing Ceremony 

    Need accommodations? Visit the "Stay" page for area hotels, B&Bs, and RV Parks. 

    Farmers' Market Pavilion | 10am-5pm | Free Admission 

    337-584-2260
    828 E. Landry St.
    Opelousas, LA 70570