Dates: February 9, 2018
Admission included for all parade participants.General admission $10.
Time: 9:00 PM to 2:00 AM
A Mardi Gras ball for the truly Canailles!
On Feb. 9, Krewe de Canailles will end the inaugural parade by marching straight to the doors of Warehouse 535 where the Grammy-nominated Lost Bayou Ramblers will headline!
Admission included for all parade participants.
General admission $10. All are welcome!
The Krewe de Canaille is a group of Carnival Crusaders putting Mardi Gras back into the hands of the people. Their values are inclusivity, creativity and sustainability to create a Lafayette Mardi Gras experience like no other.
Krewe de Canailles is a walking parade comprised of individual sub-krewes. Any group of people can pull together to create a krewe. The only rules are your floats have to be man-powered and your throws eco-friendly.
Lost Bayou Ramblers ‘ evolution as a Cajun band continues to excite, challenge, and redefine both genre expectations as well as cultural preconceptions. With 9 albums, a Grammy Nomination, score contributions to the Oscar Nominated Film BEASTS OF THE SOUTHERN WILD, and support slots with ARCADE FIRE and VIOLENT FEMMES , Lost Bayou continues to swing wide from their Louisiana home base. In 2015 the Ramblers caught the attention World Café, as #1 on “David Dye’s five favorite live music moments in and out of the World Café studio. Their special 2016 release RUE VERMILION REVIVAL, a recording of the very first Lost Bayou Ramblers performance from 1999, is a fundraiser for the historic flooding in August of 2016. Their latest single, Aloha Golden Meadow, is paired with the bands’ first music video which shed’s a surreal but hopeful light on coastal erosion in Louisiana.
Lost Bayou Ramblers is:
Louis Michot – Fiddle and Lead Vocals
Andre Michot – Accordion and Lapsteel
Eric Heigle – Percussion and Vocals
Kirkland Middleton – Drums
Jonny Campos – Guitar and Vocals
Bryan Webre – Bass and Vocals
Check them out at https://www.facebook.com/LostBayouRamblers/