April 2nd-3rd 2011
16th Annual Bayou City Cajun Festival
Traders Village Bayou City Cajun Festival, April 2 & 3, 2011
“Hot Boudin, Cold Cous-Cous, it’s Ragin’ Cajun Time at Traders Village”! Get ready to party hearty, Creole-style, as the 16th Annual Bayou City Cajun Fest cooks up big fun at Traders Village for two days, Saturday and Sunday, April 2 & 3, 2011.
Free live, toe-tapping Cajun music will be performed all weekend.
FREE LIVE CONCERTS:
Saturday, April 2, 2011
11am – 2p Chris Miller & Bayou Roots
2:30 p – 5 p Bruce Daigrepont and his Cajun Band
Sunday, April 3, 2011
11am – 2p Bayou Roux
2:30 p – 5 p Waylon Thibodeaux
Authentic Cajun foods will be freshly prepared and served by the French Quarter Market & Grill Restaurant, featuring traditional favorites such as Crawfish Etouffee, Red Beans, Rice and Sausage, Fried Boudin Balls, Sausage Po-boys, Fried Alligator, and thousands of pounds of spicy boiled crawfish. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Houston Heritage Cajun French Music Association of Louisiana, a not-for-profit organization created to preserve Cajun culture. They will be serving Hot Gumbo and Boudin.
It’s an event that can’t be missed. Crazy Cajun music, hot dancing, spicy foods guarantee there’ll be ‘Big Fun on the Bayou’ at Traders Village…the Gulf Coast’s largest market and entertainment complex, with over 1,500 dealers, rides, fun foods, plus the Cajun Fest await everyone, April 2 & 3 from 11 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Admission is FREE and parking is only $3.00. The market is located at 7979 N. Eldridge Road and is open every weekend. Thousands of Dealers and Billions of Bargains!
French Quarter Market & Grill Restaurant Menu
Crawfish Etouffee, Red Beans, Rice and Sausage, Fried
Boudin Balls, Sausage Poboys, Fried Alligator, and
thousands of pounds of spicy boiled crawfish.
Houston Heritage Cajun French Music Association of Louisiana Menu
Red Beans & Rice, Boudin and Gumbo. A portion of the
proceeds goes to benefit this not-for-profit organization.
Laissez les bons temps rouler!