The Original Downtown Lake Charles Crawfish festival is today at the Lake Charles Civic Center. This years festival will be a one day event beginning at Noon.
Today on the main stage Keith Frank and the Soileau Zydeco band, Geno Delafose and French Rockin' boogie and Chris Ardoin and Nustep will all perform live.
Over 10 thousand pounds of boiled crawfish will be boiled and served along with Mitchell Brother’s Carnival for the kids and an awesome lineup of entertainment in the main coliseum today for the Original Downtown Lake Charles Crawfish Festival.
Grammy Award Winner Chubby Carrier is working on a brand new CD which is due out next month.
For his first single on his new record, he teamed up with Chris Ardoin which is called 'Another Pretty Face'. Take a listen.
Tonight will be the first time that Cajun and Zydeco music will rock the stage at the "Liquid Society" Party by the Pool at L'Auberge Du Lac casino Resort.
Travis Matte & the Kingpins along with Mr. MVP Chris Ardoin will be taking the stage at the pool party!
The 2012 edition of "Downtown at Sundown" will begin this Friday Night May 18th in downtown Lake Charles. It is a place where you can get good food, enjoy music and bring the entire family out for a good time.
Here are the details of where "Downtown at Sundown" will be located this year and the lineup.
L'Auberge Du Lac Casino Resort is going to have two Cajun/Zydeco artists headline one of their Liquid Society pool parties.
L'Auberge released their lineup for the 2012 Liquid Society pool parties which includes some major national acts. The first party is Thursday May 24th when former Poison front man Brett Michaels will perform. Here are some other notable acts coming.
It's that time again. Downtown at Sundown is back! The four week concert series takes place in downtown Lake Charles and starts up May 18th!
A little different this year is that due to the construction in downtown Lake Charles, Downtown at Sundown will be moved from it's traditional location of Ryan and Broad Streets to the 600 block of Ryan Street between Division and Mill Streets.
Here is the