Articles in Festivals

Culture on Display in the Most Cajun Place on Earth: Vermilion Parish

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Vermilion Parish is steeped in history and seasoned with a dash of “joie de vivre,” or the love of life. Experience the culture up close at any of the festivals, complete with lots of Cajun music and great food.... Read full article

Things to do Labor Day Weekend

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An extra day in the weekend means an extra day for adventure or relaxation. Head somewhere fun this Labor Day weekend and take full advantage of the three day weekend! Need some suggestions to get your planning started? These are our top picks! ... Read full article

A Down-Home Party: Original Southwest LA Zydeco Festival

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In 1982, a south Louisiana soybean field and goat farm was the site of an event the world had never known--a Zydeco Festival.... Read full article

A Celebration of Festivals: Tangipahoa Parish

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Flowers, birds, sun-filled sky, and a nice breeze – the beauty of natural landscape surrounds you, but you’re not yet burned by the wicked heat. It is, indeed, the perfect time of year in Louisiana! ... Read full article

Murder Mysteries & Blue Dogs on the Bayou: Iberia Parish

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If there were only two things essential to Cajun culture, they would be good food and a good story. Want the best of both worlds? Iberia Parish is the place to be this spring! ... Read full article

The Sweet Side of Louisiana: Iberia Parish

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Visitors to Iberia Parish in September will not only get to experience the beauty of the Teche Valley, but also the celebration of the sugarcane crop, one of Louisiana's most important agricultural commodities.... Read full article

Shake Your Trail Feather Festival: St. Martin Parish

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There’s no shortage of festivals in South Louisiana during the fall season, but the uniqueness of The TECHE Project’s “Shake Your Trail Feather Festival” will make you want to experience it. ... Read full article

From Andouille to Zydeco: A Celebration of Louisiana's Flavors

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Because of the drop in temperature and fall harvests, there are literally dozens and dozens of food festivals to visit. ... Read full article

Death Valley Comes Alive with Music: Bayou Country Superfest

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LSU’s Tiger Stadium is renowned as a cathedral of college football. Each fall, more than 102,000 roaring fans fill the seats making the stadium in Baton Rouge one of the toughest places for LSU’s opponents to play. ... Read full article

Festivals Acadiens et Creole

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Festivals Acadiens et Creole, a three-day celebration of music, food and art, has grown into one of Louisiana's biggest events. The festival's free admission is not the only draw. The event is also soothing for the soul.... Read full article