Cajun festivals come and go here in Medina Lake Cajun, however, the competition/festival has persevered for thirty-nine years. The thirty-ninth Annual Medina Lake Cajun competition are hung on Saturday, September twenty-eighth, and volunteers can once more remodel the grounds of the Lakehills Civic Center into a bit like with Cajun Country. The competition brings the superb music, food, and culture of Louisiana to the Texas Hill Country with enjoyment that the entire family will get pleasure from.
Guests will listen and dance to top-grade Louisiana Cajun and Zydeco music on two stages with bands from the heart of Louisiana. They will also enjoy the most effective homemade Cajun food on this side of Louisiana and can visit the great Gumbo Cook-off. Volunteer cooks prepare savory Cajun food cooked on the area. Dishes embody crawfish pies, jambalaya, deep-fried catfish & shrimp, red beans & rice, crawfish etouffee, boudin jalapeno poppers, bread pudding with liquor sauce, pecan pralines, and much more. Guests can sample gumbos from the amateur, skilled, and culinary student divisions within the great Gumbo Cook-off and by that, the competition begins.
All-day long, the two stages rock with Cajun and Zydeco music and a bit of Country and Western are added in. There are two dance floors, and it’s not possible not to take part in the exuberant dance or at least tap your toes as you listen. Other attractions include an Arts & Crafts show and games for the children.
Fais Do-Do pavilion
11 am to 1 pm Ca Va Bien
1-3 pm Cajun On Demand
3:10-5:15 pm Rusty Metoyer and Zydeco Krush
5:15 pm Gumbo Cook-off awards
5:50-7:50 pm Cajun on Demand
8-10 pm Rusty Metoyer and Zydeco Krush
11 am -3-pm La Recolte Cajun Band
3-5 pm Ca Va Bien
5-9 pm Toman Brothers (country-western)
The competition is on Saturday, Sept. 28, 2019, from 11:00 am to 10:00 pm. Admission costs $12, and kids ten and below are free of charge.
There will be free parking and shuttle service, and the event will be held at the Lakehills Civic Center in Lakehills, Texas, thirty miles northwest of San Antonio. All income benefits the Lakehills Civic Center, a non-profit charitable organization. For additional info visit www.CajunFestival-MedinaLake.com or call 830 751-2727 or 210-885-6435 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Press Inquiries: Barbara Engel 830-751-2727 or Gary Cox at 210-885-6435
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