Festival Fête de Famille to be held Sunday at the Blue Moon - KLFY News 10

Festival Fête de Famille to be held Sunday at the Blue Moon

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Festival International de Louisiane and Festivals Acadiens et Créoles are teaming up to hold Festival Fête de Famille or "Festival Family Celebration" on Sunday September 29 from 3 p.m. - 10 p.m. at the Blue Moon Saloon.

The daytime portion of the event is from 3 p.m. - 5 p.m. and features free admission and family friendly activities including; a themed photo area, food, arts and crafts, live music, and Cajun and Zydeco dance instruction. The evening portion of the event begins at 6 p.m. with $15 admission fee and features a francophone inspired music lineup.

If you show up in your 2013 Festival International de Louisiane Volunteer T-shirt, or your 2012 Festivals Acadiens et Créole T-Shirt, your admission is only $10.

There will be music from Brazos Huval's Music students, (LeBlanc Family Cajun Band, The Thibodeaux Family Band, TJ Prade) Huval Fuselier Cajun Trio, New Orleans indie rock septet Sweet Crude, The Viatones, and Racines featuring Steve Riley, Mitch Reed, Kevin Wimmer, Chris Stafford & Glenn Fields with special guest Geno Delafose.

The full music schedule and performance times can be found here

In addition, CODOFIL will unveil the new promotional clip 'Opportunitiés en français en Louisiane' -created by local animators, featuring Louisiana Francophone voice actors and musicians.

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