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Bayou Boogaloo Music & Cajun Food Festival June 23-25 Weekend Pass

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This certificate is good for a weekend pass to Bayou Boogaloo. No physical tickets will be mailed. Print your certificate and bring it with you to the "will call" window at the festival entrance June 23-25.


Presented by FestEvents

June 23-25, 2017
Town Point Park, Downtown Norfolk Waterfront, Virginia
Friday: Noon - 2pm (free & open to the public) 2pm - 10pm (ticketed)
Saturday: Noon - 10pm 
Sunday: Noon - 10pm

More info here.

The Bayou Boogaloo Music & Cajun Food Festival is Norfolk’s annual love-fest with New Orleans’ vibrant sprit and captures the melting pot of Bayou culture. This popular 3-day festival delivers the heart and soul of Louisiana to visitors of Town Point Park in true Cajun and Creole style.

From New Orleans to the Downtown Norfolk Waterfront, two stages featuring national recording artists providing diverse cultural musical entertainment.  This is the most authentic food and music festival in the nation.

The Arts Market of New Orleans returns and brings with it talent, unique artistry and the culture of Louisiana!  The Arts Council of New Orleans and Norfolk Festevents hand-pick the most unique and one-of-a-kind artists from Louisiana to share their stories, culture and craft. This year, numerous artists in various mediums including art, jewelry and sculpture will be on site displaying their works.

No Bayou celebration would be complete without the mouthwatering Cajun delicacies prepared by authentic Louisiana inspired chefs. Festival guests are in for a real treat as they feast on fresh crawfish straight from Louisiana, jambalaya, gumbo, etouffee, alligator, muffuletta, andouille, and beignets. Guests will also find festival favorites like sno balls (discovered in New Orleans, by the way!), root beer floats, smoothies, Italian water ice, glazed nuts, kettle korn and funnel cake. Wash it all down with a variety of cold beverages including a fine selection of beers straight from New Orleans' own Abita Brewing Company as well as New Orleans-born Southern Comfort Hurricanes.