South Florida's Premier Festival Celebrating The Music And Culture Of New Orleans, including 5000 Lbs. Of Crawfish Flown In Live And Boiled, March 21st!. Welcome to the annual event of South Florida's premiere festival celebrating the food, music, and culture of New Orleans, including a live crawfish boil. March 21st, 2015 at Pompano Amphitheater!
Experience this piece of our American heritage. New Orleans is a city of music. It is the birthplace of jazz, an American sound that you can now hear throughout the world. This music dates back hundreds of years, yet people are still dancing to its beat around the world.
New Orleans is famous for its food – discover the most popular dishes, and see for yourself why people travel from far and wide to enjoy these traditional dishes which you will find on the festival grounds. From Blues, Jazz and Rock & Roll you will find something for everyone and enjoy a great day bringing this culture to Florida for music and food lovers of all ages.
It is easy to fall in love with the music and food - once you experience it you will truly understand. Start with a day … you'll be back for more next year..
"There is no, no, no, no place like New Orleans for music," insists trumpeter and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member Dave Bartholomew, who helped craft the city's signature R&B sound as producer, writer and arranger for Fats Domino ... "The pioneers are here. We built the house. You can redecorate it, but we laid the foundation.
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