Thursday, May 10, 2012

Bayou n' Brooklyn Cajun Music Festival May 11-13

This year's Bayou n' Brooklyn Cajun Music Festival starts tomorrow at Jalopy!

Take a visit to New Orleans without leaving Brooklyn, and bring your dancing shoes! Sounds of Cajun fiddles, and zydeco rubboards will fill the air for three days and nights of music and dance.

"Dancehall bands, workshops, Culture & Community Jam sessions, and Gumbo dinner (the real deal!) I'll be one big party,” says Jesse L├ęge, who's giving over his Gumbo recipe again on Saturday.



Friday May 11

7:00 PM Opening
8:00 PM Catahoula Cajun Band
9:00 PM Dr. Zsa’s Powdered Zydeco Band
10:30 PM Forest Huval & Al Berard

Saturday May 12
12 Noon Al Berard Cajun Fiddle Workshop
1:30 Community Jam
2:30 Empty Bottle Ramblers
4:00 Zydegroove
5:30 Cajun Trio
7:00 C'est Bon!
8:30 Johnny Ace & Sidewalk Zydeco

10:00 Al Berard Bayou Brew and High Bidders

Sunday May 13
11:00AM Workshop: I Love Cajun Fiddle!
12:00 PM  Workshop: Traditional Cajun Music From the Heart: Fiddle, Guitar and Song
12:00 PM OffShore Aces for Kids-Family Dance
1:30 PM Un-Written Stories-Louisiana Music and Culture
2:30 PM Community Jam
3:00 PM  Jesse Lege & Bayou Brew
4:30PM Krewe de La Rue
6:00PM Forest Huval & Al Berard
7:30PM Johnny Ace & Sidewalk Zydeco

Day passes are $15 or $35 for all three days. Children under 12 years old are admitted free. Workshops are $25 or two for $40. Festival pass includes all night dance hall bands, community jam sessions, art show, and 'Un-Written Stories' culture session. Sponsored in part by the Greater New York Arts Development Fund of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and Louisiana Culture, Recreation & Tourism celebrating 200 years of Louisiana.

Bayou n' Brooklyn Cajun Music Festival
Jalopy Theatre @ 315 Columbia St between Woodhull and Rapeleye
More info: www.bayou-n-brooklyn.com
Pre-order your tickets

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