FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16TH

If you arrive early and want to explore the area - we will have some good tips posted soon for nearby cruises to catch some great local flavor.

REGISTRATION PICKUP

Parc Sans Souci
201 E. Vermilion St.

4pm - 8pm

Bayou Round Up attendees can pick up their registration packets in Parc Sans Souci in downtown Lafayette.  Grab your packets with everything you'll need for the show Saturday.

Parc Sans Souci

Parc Sans Souci

DOWNTOWN ALIVE!
Jimmie Vaughan & The Tilt-a-Whirl Band with SPECIAL GUESTS

Parc Sans Souci
201 E. Vermilion St.

6pm - 8pm

A very special appearance by Texas Blues Guitar legend Jimmie Vaughan with Lou Ann Barton and special guests at Downtown Alive! a free concert series held at Parc Sans Souci in downtown Lafayette.  Special parking is available for your vintage rides all around the park - kick off your big weekend right!

Jimmie Vaughan

Jimmie Vaughan

LATER THAT NIGHT:

Cruise Lafayette - after the show around 8:30pm, jump in your car and cruise downtown Lafayette on historic Jefferson Street. Check out a map of the cruise route here.

Jefferson Street in downtown Lafayette

Jefferson Street in downtown Lafayette

More music later Friday night
Tony Joe White ("The Swamp Fox") - Vermillionville 8-10pm

Michael Juan Nunez (swamp slide guitar prince) 8-11pm  Antlers on Jefferson (555 Jefferson St.) No cover.

Zydeco Radio (hot young zydeco dance band) 8-11pm Jefferson St Pub (500 Jefferson St.) No cover.

Lil Buck Sinegal (legendary Clifton Chenier sideman and undisputed zydeblues king) 10-1am Blue Moon Saloon (215 E Convent St.)

Tee Chaoui Social Club featuring Micheal Doucet (of Beausoleil) and Corey "Lil Pop" Ledet - Double authentic traditional Cajun & Zydeco dance! 11-2am at Warehouse 535 (535 Garfield St.)


Saturday, OCTOBER 17th

BLACkHAM COLISEUM - 444 cajundome blvd.
GATES OPEN 10AM-6PM.

$10 general admission wristbands are on sale to the public
Kids under 12 are FREE. General Admission parking is FREE.
UL Lafayette students just $5 with valid student ID.

The car show kicks off at Blackham Coliseum!  Hundreds of vintage hot rods and custom cars from across the country will be parked all over the coliseum grounds - a select few special feature cars will also be displayed inside on the floor of the coliseum. The Bayou Round Up swap meet begins in the metal barns behind the coliseum and vending areas are open indoors and outside. Great local food and drinks are available and live music will be going onstage all day right in the middle of the action.

 

MUSIC ONSTAGE SATURDAY

DJ Matty from Alligator-Chomp-Chomp will be spinning nothing but the hippest regional vinyl (you've ever/never heard!!) before and between the live sets.

11:30am - Bonsoir Catin

Grammy nominated Cajun dancehall darlings play hauntingly traditional waltz's and good time 2-steps to get the party started.

1:30pm - Stooges Brass Band

Greasy Orleans brass band funk and soul. Join the street parade!

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3:30pm - Colossal Gulf Coast Jukebox Revue

Featuring Gulf Coast Jukebox Legends Barbara Lynn, Archie BellTommy McLain, Lil' Buck SenegalCC Adcock and Jon Cleary!
plus other VERY SPECIAL guests to be announced!

5:30pm - Presentation of Car Show Picks and Thank You's

 

 

LATER THAT NIGHT:

The Official Bayou Round Up After Party - Battle for the Border

Featuring Louisiana's own The Iguanas at 10pm and Texas Tyrant of Funk Barfield at 11:30pm

Warehouse 535
535 Garfield Street - Lafayette, LA - by the railroad tracks


Sunday,
OCTOBER 18th

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The show is over out at Blackham Coliseum

THE SUNDAY CRUISE TO pat's fisherman's wharf

Take a cruise starting at 11am at the Hilton Garden Inn Lafayette-Cajundome (2350 W Congress Street) and making its way up a scenic  drive up to Pat's Fisherman's Wharf (1008 Henderson Levee Rd. Breaux Bridge, LA)  historic dancehall and restaurant on the bayou.

Enjoy live cajun & swamp pop music and good times to be had at the honky-tonk/bait shops along the levee.. Also airboat rides and swamp tours... Stay tuned for details from "CC C'est What?"