“Head to Pompano this weekend, and you might think you’ve somehow ended up in New Orleans.”
Christopher Casey (Facebook review) I can’t wait. The food and music, in my opinion, make this the best festival in South Fla.
“Many people got together at CrawDebauchery 2016 to enjoy two days of Cajun food and fun.”
Anna Abelians (Facebook review) Loved it. Food was delicious. Music was great. Galactic was sweet. We danced and sang. Do VIP its worth it compared to other festivals prices. It does get hot bring extra sunscreen. Cant wait for next year.
“I packed up contently satisfied with an amazing weekend of fun and music and called it a day.”
Linda Hebert Landry (Facebook review) Moved to Texas. I’m so sad I’ll be missing it this year. So fun, so clean, so organized, great music, great food, lots of dancing. Awesome Festival!
“Everyone will be speaking, humming, and eating the experience of New Orleans during the CrawDebauchery Festival in April, which offers an authentic way to experience the Big Easy, from the gumbo to the music.”
“If you have a killer gumbo recipe or love a good crawfish boil, a bowl of jambalaya, and a po’boy or two, there’s a food festival you should know about.”
Lakisha Moss (Facebook review) Last year’s festival was excellent. This year I have to remember to bring in blankets. The variety of food was scrumptious (although someone I know wanted something less spicy) The kids section was so active, my four year old had more fun than we did. He got his face painted, played with magicians, learned to hula. The music was great will definitely do the VIP option again.
“The annual food and music event is all about two things: New Orleans-style fare prepared by some of the area’s best local chefs and plenty of live music (namely jazz).”
Heather West (Facebook review) Best time ever! I ate so much cajun food!!! The bands were phenomenal. I’m recommending to all my friends. My bf and I will definitely be back. I even had an amazing psychic reading from Angie!! Nailed it. Wow, is all I can say.
New Orleans has always stood as one of the most unique cities in the U.S., seamlessly blending native culture with French, Latin, and Creole influences. Musically, the Big Easy is known as the birthplace of jazz.
Come on out and celebrate the city and this cultural heritage at the inaugural CrawDebauchery Festival. Enjoy an unconstrained burst of vitality, where music fans will come together to hear live performances from acclaimed national and regional musicians, whose genres range from jazz to bluegrass, Cajun to rock.
Taking place on two stages. alongside musical groups, festival-goers can feast on local traditional New Orleans cuisine like beignets, jambalaya, and po-boys, while browsing arts and craft, and enjoy a taste of the bayou right here in Florida.
Pompano Beach Amphitheater Field
1806 NE 6th St, Pompano Beach, FL 33060, USA