Two-Stepping Good Time

Lafayette, LA's distinct mix of Cajun, Creole and Zydeco makes for a musical experience like no other. For music lovers, there’s no place else where you can get a taste of all these flavors. For dancers, the music is endless as are the dance partners. Two-step your way to Lafayette, LA and immerse yourself in our musical culture.

Two-Step Your Way Through Acadiana

Laissez les bon temps rouler and grab your dancin’ shoes! If you’ve been to any event in South Louisiana you know anytime there’s music there’s dancing. And trust us, there’s never any shortage of music! No matter the dance floor, be it your typical wooden floor, a concrete slab and even a patch of green grass in front of the stage, us Cajuns will find a way to dance on it. If you’re an experienced dancer, or if you want to learn the basic two-step, Lafayette has a dance floor just for you. It’s not about how well you can move, but the fun you have while moving to the music! We’ve compiled a list of dance halls that host dancing events, dance lessons, and of course, live music. Don’t see your favorite dancing spot on the list? Click here and let us know.

Glide Studios

Glide Studios
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315 Jefferson Street, Downtown Lafayette, LA 70501
(337) 258-6788

Glide Studios offers dance instruction, exhibits, house concerts & dances. If you want to do a little Cajun dancing, jitterbug, Swing dancing or Latin dancing Glide is the place to be! Stay updated with events and classes by following their Facebook page.


Bal du Dimanche at Vermilionville
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300 Fisher Road, Lafayette, LA 70508
(337) 233-4077

Dance the afternoon away to live music in the Vermilionville Performance Center every Sunday afternoon from 1-4 p.m. Admission is $10. For a list of weekly performers click here.

Blue Moon Saloon

Blue Moon Saloon
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215 E Convent St, Lafayette, LA 70501
(337) 234-2422

If you’re wanting some down-home Cajun music or something a little different, boogie on over to Blue Moon Saloon. They have live music all week long! The weekly, acoustic, back-porch, Cajun Jam on Wednesdays starts at 9pm and is a great place to dance, listen and meet people from all over the world. For a list of weekly performers click here.

Feed & Seed

Feed & Seed
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106 N Grant St, Lafayette, LA 70501
(337) 330-4860

Located in a 100-year-old building that was formerly Broussard’s Feed and Seed Store, enjoy live music and a large wooden dance floor. To find out who’s playing and when click here.

Warehouse 535

Warehouse 535
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535 Garfield St, Lafayette, LA 70501

Learn some new moves and listen to live music Thursday nights at 6:30 p.m. for Grooves on the Green at the Warehouse! Crawfish from Hawk’s and pizza from Olympic Grove Pizza will be available for purchase during the crawfish season. The night begins at 5 p.m. and music starts at 6:30 p.m.!  Click here for more event information and to check out who’s playing.

The Atchafalaya Club at Pat’s in Henderson

Atchafalaya Club
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1008 Henderson Levee Rd., Henderson, LA 70517
(337) 228-7512

Dance the night away and enjoy Zydeco and Swamp Pop music on weekend nights at The Atchafalaya Club! Check out the band schedule by clicking here.

Fred’s Mamou

Fred's in Mamou
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420 6th St, Mamou, LA 70554
(337) 468-5411

Set your alarms, and start your day off dancin’ cause this party starts at 8am! Fred’s in Mamou is open every Saturday only from 8 a.m.-12 p.m.! Wake up Saturday with a drink in hand and your dancin’ shoes ready! Want a sneak peak of what Fred’s is like? Listen to the live music on 92.5 KVPI AM every Saturday morning! See pictures and reviews by clicking here.

Zydeco Breakfast at Buck & Johnny's

Zydeco Breakfast at Buck & Johnny's
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100 Berard St, Breaux Bridge, LA 70517
(337) 442-6630

Buck & Johnny’s in Breaux Bridge has become the place to be on Saturday mornings! Get your blood pumping with live music every Saturday starting at 8am. It’s the perfect place to enjoy a Cajun breakfast, listen to local music, and dance with your friends and family! See a schedule of who’s playing by clicking here.


Photo courtesy of Daniel Sanda

902 Johnston St, Lafayette, LA 70501
(337) 233-3331

Enjoy live music, dancing, food, drinks and a great “Artmosphere”! With live music every weekend and most week days you can grove to any kind of jam. The music here varies from Cajun Zydeco, Rock, Bluegrass, Pop, Soul and everything in between. To find out who’s playing check out their Facebook page here or their website by clicking here.


Photo courtesy of Randol's

2320 Kaliste Saloom Rd, Lafayette, LA 70508
(337) 981-7080

Visit Randol’s for live music every night of the week! If you’re in town for a couple of days or you have an envie (desire) to dance the night away, Randol’s is the perfect dance floor for everyone! Visit their website to see the band schedule and go pass a good time!

Grant Street Dance Hall

Grant Street Dancehall
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113 W Grant St, Lafayette, LA 70501
(337) 534-0179

Can’t decide what kind of music you’re wanting? At Grant Street Dance Hall you have two options! Go to the saloon side or the club side to have your pick! With a huge dance floor, you can spin your partner round and round all night long! To check out the schedule of events click here.

Cowboy’s Night Club

Cowboys Nightclub
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207 N Ambassador Caffery Pkwy, Scott, LA 70583
(337) 232-3232

Every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night Cowboys is playing live music from 10pm- 1am. Wear your cowboy boots and move around the floor with locals who’ll teach you how to two-step and line dance all night long! Check out who’s playing here.

Discover the Sounds of Lafayette

Chubby’s enthusiasm for his heritage and culture is present in every aspect of his life-both professional and personal. Read the Story
Bellows-driven, vibrating reed squeezebox known as the accordion was first manufactured in Germany. Learn the History
The frottoir is a percussive, rhythmic instrument present in Zydeco music and to a lesser extent, in Cajun music. Learn the History
A weekly playlist with a rundown of live music in the area curated by local musician Philippe Billeaudeaux. Listen To Playlists
Activist, environmentalist, poet & singer-songwriter Zachary Richard’s roots are deeply planted in Louisiana. Read the Story
A bowed string instrument, the fiddle is central to the sound, culture, and history of Cajun music. Learn the History
The craft behind building the specialized instruments responsible for the music of Cajun Country is rarely, if ever,... Read the Story
Born, raised, and currently residing in Lafayette, LA Roddie Romero lives and breathes South Louisiana culture. Read the Story
The triangle is a simple, percussive, rhythm instrument central to Cajun music. Learn the History
The Savoy family preserves and shares in the bounty of their Cajun musical and cultural heritage. Read the Story

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