Lowcountry Cajun Festival
April 3, 2016
12 – 6 p.m. at James Island County Park
Bringing Louisiana to the Lowcountry, the Lowcountry Cajun Festival is a full-day of Zydeco music, Cajun and Creole foods, kids activities, and all around ragin’ Cajun fun! Savor the tastes of authentic Cajun and Creole fare – jambalaya, alligator, etouffe, andouille sausage and of course, crawfish, crawfish, crawfish! Also enjoy Lowcountry favorites like seafood and Southern barbecue. For those who prefer a tamer menu, we’ll serve up ample portions of festival foods like hot dogs, sno cones, and more. Visitors travel from near and far for huge servings of fresh, steaming crawfish, undoubtedly the festival’s most popular food item.
Fun For Kids
Carnival rides, inflatable games, and carnival games – all-day and unlimited for just $15.
Main Stage Music
1-2:30 p.m. Shrimp City Slim
2:45-4 p.m. Sidewalk Zydeco
4:30-6 p.m. Buckwheat Zydeco
A Rajun’ Cajun Competition
If you’re a connoisseur, the 2:30 p.m. crawfish-eating contest is the perfect opportunity to show off your unique talent!
Admission & More
$15 per person
Free for ages 12 and under
Free for Gold Pass Members (Gold Pass must be present for festival admission. Receipt of purchase will not be accepted, Gold Passes will not be sold on-site.)
No coolers or outside beverages permitted.
Pets are not permitted.
No personal checks. We do take credit cards at select locations, and an ATM is on the premises. For your convenience, please come prepared with cash.
We reserve the right to use photos or videos taken of visitors while they are at Charleston County Park & Recreation Commission facilities or events for publicity purposes.
(Photo credit: CCPR website)
-Submitted by Tidelines Editor