Louisiana Swamp Stomp Festival Ranks Among Top 20 Southeast Events

The Louisiana Swamp Stomp Fest highlights Louisiana culture in food, music, and games. Creole dining is offered from dozens of regional vendors, and is sure to satisfy any hungry festival-goers searching for a hearty and spicy meal. With so many great attractions at Swamp Stomp 2015, many forget the amazing music lineup. Artists nationwide converge on the Nicholls State fairgrounds for a good ole' fashioned musical throw-down including Don Rich and Bruce Daigreport. Look below for the full 2015 Louisiana Swamp Stomp Musical Lineup. 


2015 Louisiana Swamp Stomp Music
The Louisiana Swamp Stomp Festival is a 3 day cultural event sponsored by Nicholls State University. The regionally recognized extravaganza is in it's 7th year of operations, and features Louisiana culture at its finest, including music, food, history, and art. The 2015 LA Swamp Stomp Festival ranked among the Top 20 Southeast Events by the Southeast Tourism Society, and with tickets starting at $10/day, and free admission for children under 12, it makes for inexpensive family fun!

Friday, March 20


4:30 - 6:00 PM:    Treater

6:20 - 7:50 PM:    Don Rich

8:10 - 9:40 PM:     Nonc Nu and da Wild Matous

Saturday March 21


10:30 - 12:00PM:    Waylon Thibodeaux

12:20 - 1:50 PM:    Cedric Watson

2:10 - 3:40 PM:    Kevin Naquin

4:00 - 5:30 PM:    T’Canaille

5:50 - 7:20 PM:    Cameron Dupuy

7:40 - 9:10 PM:    Bruce Daigrepont

Sunday, March 22


10:30 - 11:50 AM:    The Freetown Aces

12:10 - 1:30 PM:    Tee Chaoui Social Club

1:50 - 3:10 PM:    Jeffrey Broussard

3:30 - 4:50 PM:    Soul Creole

5:10 - 6:30 PM:    Geno Delafose

Dancing to music at the Louisiana Swamp Stomp

 Along with sultry southern tunes, The Swamp Stomp features exciting events that benefit local charities and raise educational awareness:

5K Can-Can and 1 Mile White Boot Waddle

Start your 2015 Swamp Stomp experience early on Saturday 21 March 2015 by participating in the 5K Can-Can Run or stroll through the campus of Nicholls State University as part of the 1 Mile White Boot Waddle!

2015 Jumbo Gumbo & Bayou Best Cook-Off

Test your gumbo against the best in Louisiana at the 2015 Louisiana Swamp Stomp Festival. On Saturday, March 21, join the Jumbo Gumbo & Bayou Best Cook-Off to see if your Gumbo can compete against local, regional, and out-of-state contestants. There is a $100 entry fee, and all funds raised will be used to offset the expenses of the Louisiana Swamp Stomp Festival and its free educational programs for the youth (K-12) of the area.

Nearby Lodging and Activities


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Carmel Inn & Suites

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Plantation Tours


Oak Alley Plantation in New Orleans
Louisiana Plantation Country sits less than an hour from Thibodaux, Louisiana. The Plantation's provide days of fun, education, and memorable sights. Visit popular plantations known the world over and featured in film, photos, and history books! Take tours at a New Orleans Plantation including Oak Alley, Houmas House, and Destrehan, during your trip to Louisiana.

New Orleans Hop On Hop Off Bus Tour

Thibodaux is only a short drive from New Orleans, so take advantage of the tours, attractions, and dining that the "City of Saints" has to offer. The Hop On Hop Off Double Decker Bus Tour gives riders a 3 day pass to all major destinations in New Orleans. A Dinner Cruise at the Riverfront, A scary St. Louis Cemetery tour, or premier dining and drinks in the French Quarter are at your fingertips on a City Bus Tour.

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Published Mar 6 2015
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