The Acadiana Po-Boy and Plate Lunch Festival announced the rescheduling of the annual, local food event. Due to ongoing challenges of labor shortages in the restaurant industry, the popular food festival is set to return in the Spring of 2023 at Parc Sans Souci in Downtown Lafayette.
“The festival will be bigger than ever this year, because we are combining our 2 biggest food festivals Acadiana Po-Boy Festival and Plate-Lunch-A-Palooza into 1 big food fest this year: The Acadiana Po-Boy & PlateLunch Festival,” festival organizers said.
The Acadiana Po-Boy & PlateLunch Festival has over 20 vendors selling some of the best po-boys and plate lunches Acadiana has to offer. With refreshing beverages, unique and one of a kind arts and crafts, kids' activities, and live entertainment, there's truly something for the whole family.
For more information on Acadiana Po-Boy & PlateLunch Festival or Social Entertainment’s full event schedule, visit www.socialentertainment.net or follow Acadiana Po-Boy & PlateLunch Festival on Facebook and Instagram.
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