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Pelican Park in Carencro was the place to be Saturday if you love a good time, good food and good music. The 24th annual Lafayette Reggae and Cultural Festival was taking place this weekend. Musicians, food vendors and people from all over the world flocked to Carencro to help make the weekend one to remember.

"There's never been a bad Reggae song. It's got good beats, she really enjoys it doesn't matter what I'm playing in the house, when ever Reggae comes on that's the first thing she starts dancing to." said Reggae fan Giavanna Vieceli.

The Spice man. Spice being an acronym for 'spiritual political intellectual conscious entrepreneur'. He has returned home after 47 years of sharing his unique dishes around the nation. When asked about his costumers reaction when trying his food for the first time. "They're like amazed because they say red beans with dark chocolate? It's awesome. It's all about flavors, bold flavors."

Along with the wide variety of cuisines, all in attendance will have the chance to experience bands from all over the world. "One of them came from Seattle Washington. One from Dallas. The rest from Jamaica and one Nigeria." said Reggae Fest Promoter Chief Chris Omigie.

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