South Louisiana Black Pot Festival & Cookoff

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When: 
Oct 27, 2017 to Oct 28, 2017
 South Louisiana Black Pot Festival & Cook-off
Time: Fri. 3 p.m.-12 a.m., Sat. 9 a.m.-12 a.m.

 

The South Louisiana Black Pot Festival & Cookoff is one of the most unique festivals in Louisiana. Held annually at Lafayette's Acadian Village, the festival celebrates with two days of great music, dancing, food, camping & jamming. The festival is a cooperative of south Louisiana musicians, artists and southern culture enthusiasts, creating an unprecedented gathering of south Louisiana’s hottest roots bands, as well as a number of groups from all over the country. Live performances range from Cajun & Zydeco, to Creole, Swing, Hot Jazz, Blues, Bluegrass, Americana, Irish & Old-Time. Plus, an old-fashioned black pot cook-off, accordion contest, called square dancing, and ample camping space for tents & RV’s.

Venue:  LARC's Acadian Village
Address:  200 Greenleaf Dr. , Lafayette, LA
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Admission Cost:  Fri. $20, Sat. $30; Children under 12 are Free.
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