Evangeline Parish Arts & Treasures Trail Parish-wide Art, Yard, and Small Business Sale FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27TH & SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28TH It is time to clean out those closets, time to purge all that extra STUFF, TIME TO MAKE SOME MONEY. Registration forms can be picked up at the Evangeline Chamber of Commerce or email email@example.com […]
The festival is located in the “Smoked Meat Capital of the World” at the Ville Platte North-side Civic Center and Pavilion
“LE GRAND HOORAH IS A CELEBRATION OF CAJUN AND CREOLE CULTURE THAT KICKS OF THE BEGINNING OF THE DEWEY BALFA CAJUN AND CREOLE HERITAGE WEEK. THE CHICOT STATE PARK FESTIVAL SHOWCASES MUSIC, FOOD, AND FUN FROM SOME OF THE MOST TALENTED COOKS, DANCERS, AND MUSICIANS IN ACADIANA.” -KATC
The Boggy Bayou Festival is located on the outskirts of Pine Prairie, LA and showcases a fair that also features Cajun and Creole food, live music, arts and crafts, and carnival thrills. The Festival opens at 3 pm on Thursday, 1 pm on Friday, and 10 am on Sunday. $6 admission. For more information, call […]
MAMOU — Mardi Gras traditionally begins at dawn on Tuesday, with revelers and their horses ready to ride to beg, dance, and chase chickens for the day’s Gumbo ingredients. Riders are cloaked in pointed capuchon caps, handmade masks and suits to match. The excitement of the day’s events have Mardi Gras goes dancing, guzzling cans beer […]
The Mamou Cajun Music Festival began as a oneday festival presenting some of the local Cajun musicians to the citizens of Mamou and Evangeline Parish. It has since become what it is today, a two-day music festival, presenting traditional Cajun musicians, dancing, food, and contest.
The Louisiana Cotton Festival is held the 6th weekend after Labor Day in October. Come join us for a carnival, cook-off, pet show, music, pageants, and parade. You are sure to have a “Cotton Pickin Good Time”!
Le Louisiana Tournoi de la Ville Platte is the climatic end of the Louisiana Cotton Festival weekend. It follows immediately after the Grand Parade which rides down Ville Platte’s Main Street annually. For more information about the event or trying out to be a Louisiana Tournoi Knight, contact us through our website on the contact page.
The Louisiana Swine Festival, founded in 1966, is Basile’s first and foremost cultural event.
Village of Turkey Creek’s “Christmas in the Village” starts with the Santa Christmas Parade that includes vintage and antique. In the park there are games, food, music, petting zoo, pony rides and activities for the whole family including fireworks. There is also a wooded trail ride that end with gumbo in the arena. Second week of December.