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CELEBRATE NEW ORLEANS HERTIAGE in POMPANO BEACH

Posted by Nicole Richards on Tuesday, March 17th, 2015 at 10:20am.


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As a slice of our American Heritage, many enjoy celebrating in the culture and music of New Orleans, including tons of Crawfish that is flown in live and boiled. The second year of South Florida’s Premier festival welcomes back, The CrawDebauchery Festival that rejoices all to join the heritage of New Orleans, known as the city of music to Pompano Beach, Florida. 

Experience the culture, foods, and music of what New Orleans is most famous for. New Orleans has blended many different cultures to join together musically, the Big Easy is known as the birthplace of jazz.

With the musical passion, the festival will be featuring 7 bands from Louisiana, from a range of genres from jazz to bluegrass and Rock & Roll! The taste of the culture will host about 6-10 restaurants to prepare giant crawfish boils, with other delicious cuisines like jambalaya, po-boys as well as sweet beignets and snowballs. 

In addition, there will be numerous Arts and Crafts vendors filled with originality from local merchants, provided will be a kid’s fun zone, second-line and zydeco dancing and much more!  

"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.”


Saturday, March 21st, 2015 / 11:00 AM to 10:00 PM

Pompano Beach Amphitheater Field
1806 NE 6th St
Pompano Beach, FL 33060

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