The 2017 Louisiana Gumbo Festival of Chackbay is returning to Louisiana this Friday October 13th - Sunday October 15th. This all ages festival features world-class entertainment, family fun games, and delicious Louisiana gumbo from the gumbo capitol of the state!
This event ranked on the ABA Top 100, and Southern Tourist Society Top 20, but despite its prestigious rank stays committed to attendees by offering not only free parking, but NO gate fee! Keep reading for more info on the event including the full musical lineup.
2017 Louisiana Gumbo Festival Musical Lineup
|Wade Hayes will perform LIVE at the 2017 Gumbo Festival|
The Gumbo Fest features musical entertainers from across the state. Expect the best Country, Rock, and Zydeco bands performing your favorite tunes for a dancing good time! Check out the full 2017 Louisiana Gumbo Festival schedule of entertainment, and discover the great music Louisiana has to offer.
|Time||Fri, Oct. 13th||Sat, Oct. 14th||Sun, Oct. 15th|
|10:30am||N/A||N/A||Parade along Hwy 304|
|1:00pm||N/A||N/A||Travis Thibodaux Band/Live Auction|
|2:30pm||N/A||Nonc Nu & Da Wild Matous||N/A|
|7:00pm||One Nite Only Band||N/A||N/A|
|7:30pm||N/A||90 Degrees West||N/A|
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