Scott Boudin Festival

April 5-7, 2024

Why Scott? Why Boudin? Scott is a community rich in Cajun heritage and our festival celebrates the spirit of that heritage. Boudin is a unique Cajun specialty that’s familiar recipe has been passed down from one generation to the next. It’s basically a combination of rice, a special blend of seasonings and traditionally, pork, but you may also find boudin made with shrimp, crawfish or even some alligator, and rolled up in sausage casing. With a number of different establishments selling this uniquely Cajun dish. It's why Scott's knows as "The Boudin Capital of the World!" For more information on The Scott Boudin Festivalfollow the link for more details. If you can't wait for the festival, don't worry. Just follow our "Cajun Boudin Trail" for all of the "best stops" for boudin in and around the Lafayette area.

2023 Performance Schedule

Friday, April 14

6:00p        Kevin Naquin
8:00p        Wayne Toups
10:30p      Keith Frank

Saturday, April 15

10:30a      Mac Comeaux
12:30p      High Performance
3:00p        Three Thirty Seven
5:30p        Clay Cormier
8:00p        Chee Weez
10:30p      Chris Ardoin

Sunday, April 16

11:00a      Geno Delafose
1:30p        Ryan Foret
4:00p        Lil' Nate


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