March 21, 2015- Crawdebauchery 2015 promises the best of New Orleans’ music, food and fun!
Crawdebauchery 2015 is scheduled for March 21, 2015 at The Pompano Beach Ampitheatre.
Southern Comfort Jam Stage features:
Jumpin’ Johnny Sansone, The Lee Boys, The Soul Rebels Brass Band and Maggie Koerner and Slow Burn
Abita Zydeco Stage features:
Gal Holiday and the Honkytonk Revue, Amanda Shaw and the Cute Guys, and Grammy winner Chubby Carrier
The best New Orleans Cuisine at The Crescent City Bistreaux from
Shuck-n-Dive, Blue Moon, Texas Hold’em, Smoke BBQ, The Funky Biscuit, Catfish Deweys, and the Roast Chicken Shack
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The Second Annual CrawDebauchery Festival is Saturday March 21, 2015 at Pompano Beach Amphitheater Field, Florida
Official website: http://crawdebauchery.com
Second Annual CrawDebauchery Festival in Pompano Beach capitalizes on New Orleans crawfish, music and fun March 21, 2015
Crawdebauchery organizer, Don Matthews, remembers his motivation to bring a slice of New Orleans to the Fort Lauderdale area. “The old crawfish festivals are remembered with great fondness,” says Matthews. “That was the motivation to host CrawDebauchery 2014. It’s heartening to hear how happy people are when they learn what they treasured about past festivals- the New Orleans/Zydeco vibe, crawfish, music and food- will return with CrawDebauchery II in 2015 . We had over two thousand people show up at our first festival and are hoping to at least double that number this year.”
Glass Productions will host The Kids’ Zone at Crawdebauchery, open until dusk, with face painting, airbrush artists, jugglers, clowns, storytelling and interactive games, crawfish races and more. The Crawdebauchery vendors alley will feature art and artists from across the southeast.
Food is a focus at Crawdebauchery. The event had a dedicated food area called The Crescent City Bistreaux, presented by Shuck-n-Dive. Restaurants will feature the best in New Orleans fare from a massive crawfish boil, to classic New Orleans dishes like po’boys, beignets, redfish, gumbo, etouffee, pralines, and jambalaya.
“The things that New Orleans represents-the love of food, music and good times- is something I have a passion for, and all the positive feedback from CrawDebauchery 2014 has me convinced all the long days of planning were well worth the effort,” says Matthews. “We hope CrawDebauchery will continue to prosper and expand and we’ll be able to present the unique experience of New Orleans to patrons for a long time.”