Cajun Crawfish & Music Festival Returns to Abacoa

Enjoy food, drinks, and a packed entertainment lineup at the Sixth Annual Cajun Crawfish & Music Festival April 13 and 14

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The Sixth Annual Cajun Crawfish & Music Festival returns to Abacoa April 13 and 14
The Sixth Annual Cajun Crawfish & Music Festival returns to Abacoa April 13 and 14. Photo courtesy Cajun Crawfish & Music Festival

The Sixth Annual Cajun Crawfish & Music Festival, sponsored by Good Greek Moving & Storage, returns to Abacoa April 13 and 14. Celebrate the culture and traditions of Louisiana through food, music, and dance during the festive weekend emceed by New Orleans native Virginia Sinicki.

The streets of Abacoa will be filled with Mardi Gras-themed decorations and banners, transporting attendees to Bourbon Street. Enjoy authentic Cajun food, including a crawfish boil by Louisiana John, and traditional dishes such as crawfish étouffée, jambalaya, Virginia’s seafood and meat gumbo, po’boys, muffalettas, fried shrimp and chicken, crab cakes, oysters, red beans and rice, and more. In addition, Little Smiles will be raising money by selling Cajun crawfish pasta by award-winning chef Jim Lucas. There will also be beignets, sno balls, cider donuts, and more.

Enjoy a packed lineup of entertainment on the Louisiana Travel Stage. Photo courtesy of Cajun Crawfish & Music Festival
Enjoy a packed lineup of entertainment on the Louisiana Travel Stage. Photo courtesy of Cajun Crawfish & Music Festival

Dwayne Dopsie & the Zydeco Hellraisers will headline the festival from the Louisiana Travel Stage on April 13 at 8 p.m. The Porchdogs, The Rock’n Jake Band, Hot Sauce Moon, and J-Bird’s Value Meal Killah and The Snack Pack will also perform.

The festival will benefit Maddie’s Fight Foundation and Little Smiles. The organizations will be on-site, creating awareness of their causes and raising funds.

General admission tickets are $5, and children ages 12 and younger are admitted free. VIP packages are also available. For more information, visit cajuncrawfishmusicfestival.com.

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