Lafayette’s biggest party is so big, it can be overwhelming. Stick with us, friend. We’ve got the must-see’s covered for this year’s festival.
The seeds of Festival International were planted years before its 1987 debut, writes photographer Philip Gould. He looks back at how it came together.
Festival International made me want to live in Lafayette. Every Festival since then has only reaffirmed that feeling. It will always hold a special place in my heart. But what makes Festival so special to me isn’t just that it’s one of the best music festivals on the planet. What makes Festival so special to […]
Ready to take your love of Festival to the next level? Here’s how to support Festival International and give back to an event that gives so much to Lafayette.
Here’s a selection of items on the agendas for this week’s meetings of the City and Parish councils.
The City and Parish Councils meet tomorrow with agendas covering a lot of ground, from cultural funding to changes to the development code to Pride Month to reports on LCG’s finances and the Louisiana Watershed Initiative.
FEASTival is almost over. Here’s a sampling of our favorite gluttonous pile-ons.
Festival International is a celebration of global sound. FEASTival is a showcase of international tastes. Flavor is everywhere.
Festival after festival is announcing its live return. Musicians are getting back an important launching pad.
For FEASTival, your favorites are back, and they’re offered at local restaurants for an entire month.
Festival staff members are sketching out alternatives that would allow the internationally acclaimed event to function in a socially distanced environment. That could even mean hosting Festival out of city limits or in scattered locations.
From official food vendors sprinkled around the Festival footprint to Downtown bars and restaurants, the people who make up the Festival food economy are figuring out ways to serve the community and keep the spirit alive.