The South Louisiana Black Pot Festival & Cookoff is one of the most unique festivals in Louisiana. Held annually in late October, the festival celebrates Cajun culture and cooking with two days of great music, dancing, food, camping & jamming. The festival is a cooperative of South Louisiana musicians, artists and southern culture enthusiasts, creating an unprecedented gathering of south Louisiana’s hottest roots bands, as well as a number of groups from all over the country.
Live performances range from Cajun & Zydeco, to Creole, Swing, Hot Jazz, Blues, Bluegrass, Americana, Irish & Old-Time. Plus, an old-fashioned black pot cook-off, accordion contest, called square dancing, and ample camping space for tents & RV’s.
The virtual festival will bring you 2 hours of live and pre-recorded music, food, and fun! Members of The Revelers & The BlackPot All-Stars will host the following musicians and bands:
Jesse Lege | The Los Texmaniacs w Johnny Nicolas | Boma Bango | Preston Frank | Leyla McCalla | Nokosee Fields | Ferd Moyse & Matt Morelock | Bad Penny Pleasuremakers | T'Monde
October 29-30, 2021
October 28-29, 2022
October 27-28, 2023
October 25-26, 2024