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October Events Spotlight

If you're looking to spend some time in the Hub City and want to know what events are happening in October, you're in the right place. We'll give you a monthly rundown of live music and other events taking place each month in the Happiest City in America. Concert Series | Wednesdays, Thursdays…

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Family Friendly Ragin' Cajuns Football Guide

Louisiana's Cajun Country has a distinct personality, known for food, family, and revelry. It's no different when it comes to football. The Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns embody family fun. @lafayettetravel Ragin’ Cajuns are you ready for Saturday? 🏈🏟🤟 #collegefootball #gameday #acadianagameday…

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Things To Do On A Sunday in Lafayette

The fun never stops in Lafayette, a Cajun and Creole city rich in culture, history, and food. And that includes Sundays. You'll find our outstanding cuisine, live music, dance floors, and unique natural environment waiting for your weekend visit. Check out our suggestions on Sunday activities and…

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Falling for Fun in America's Happiest City

Come out, come out, wherever you are! Summer has ceased, and fall is fresh! With cooler temperatures and oh-so-many fun and exciting things to do, fall in Lafayette is prime time for festivals, food, music, cultural events, and outdoor activities. Join us, and we guarantee you will fall in love with…

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Acadiana’s Coolest Pools and Splash Pads

Louisiana’s prime location in the South means the weather can be hot and humid, but plenty of places around town provide a refreshing splash of fun. And even though Lafayette’s balmy winters, families can dive right into swimming pools and splash pads open year-round. Toddlers to tweens can’t resist…

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June Events Spotlight

If you're looking to spend some time in the Hub City and want to know what events are happening in June, you're in the right place. We'll give you a monthly rundown of live music and other events taking place each month in the Happiest City in America. Cajun Heartland State Fair | May 25-June 5 The…

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May Events Spotlight

Concert Series | Wednesday - Friday Springtime in Lafayette is music to everyone's ears with free concert series held Wednesday through Friday. Kick off your weekend starting Wednesday in Pelican Park with the Mercredi Concert Series. On Thursday, the good times keep rolling with Rhythms on the…

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How To Enjoy The Summer In Lafayette

Summer. It's more than a season; it's an attitude of vacation embedded in our psyches from childhood schooldays. It's in our muscle memories of halcyon times of play, long lazy days, tall glasses of lemonade and sweet tea sipped under a ceiling fan on a shady porch, or maybe a frosty cocktail or two…

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Spring Has Sprung in Lafayette

In Lafayette, Spring parades in like a Mardi Gras and 2-steps out like a Zydeco Queen. Gardens are bursting with azaleas in every shade of pink, peach, red, and lavender, while magnolia trees present their showy white blossoms. Spanish moss-draped cypress and tupelo trees in swamps and lakes proudly…

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Papa Noël

You can go ahead and tell the kids that Santa Claus is real. According to the History channel, St. Nicholas was an actual person—a Turkish monk in the year 280 AD, known as the patron saint of children. Over the millennia, various cultures and countries have created their versions of the man in red…

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