Visit the home of the famous Rockin' Sidney for a zydeco music concert in Lebeau, Louisiana. Click the button below to learn more.
All of you boudin and cracklin fans don't want to miss the Port Barre Cracklin Festival in November. This festival showcases the ritual of making cracklins - a traditional Louisiana food that has made headlines on such cooking reality shows such as Top Chef. Click the button below to learn more.
Celebrate the written and spoken word! Every year, the Festival of Words Cultural Arts Collective host literary activities for adults and teens including workshops, drive-by-poetry, open mics, and other public performances. Click the button below to learn more.
This event celebrates the unique history of historic Grand Coteau and a traditional treat called, sweet dough pie. During the festival, sample a wide variety of these homemade, half-moon shaped pies and enjoy tours of Grand Coteau. Click the button below to learn more.
Eunice's 125-year celebration will feature the opening of a time capsule from the 90s, live music, a Cajun food cook-off, food booths and food truck vendors, arts & crafts vendors, a car show, and the unveiling of their Clovis Crawfish Statue. Click the button below to learn more.
For more than 37 years Opelousas, Louisiana has been celebrating Creole culture with a zydeco music concert. Click the button below to learn more.
Experience live performances like nowhere else at the South Louisiana Performing Arts Fall Festival. Local performers will show you the talent that this area has to offer while you browse 26 local vendors. With game show competitions, an art gallery as well as a DJ and house band, you're sure to have a good time. Click to learn more.
Learn more about the Native American tribes of Louisiana at the Attakapas Opelousas Prairie Tribe Festival. Also, known as the "Three Moons Festival," the event features the traditions of several tribes Avogel Tribe, Lipan Apache, and Mamou Choctaw. Tribal members will perform traditional dances, drumming, storytelling activities, and special demonstrations featuring primitive crafts and tools.
Celebrate the African American culture of St. Landry Parish while honoring the date when Texas slaves first heard the news of their freedom with live zydeco music by Geno Delafose and Goldman Thibodeaux. There will also be traditional Native American dancing by the Attakapas Opelousas Prairie Tribe.
Voted Best New Event for 2013 by the Louisiana Association of Fairs & Festivals. The mission of this cultural event is to promote the wetlands and woodlands that surround the community of Krotz Springs and the Atchafalaya River. Click the button below for more information.