South Florida Crawfish Festival Performer Nominated for Two Grammy Awards
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South Florida Crawfish Festival Performer
Nominated for Two Grammy Awards
POMPANO BEACH, Fla. (December 15, 2016) – Roddie Romero and the Hub City All Stars, who will perform at the 2017 South Florida Crawfish Festival, April 1-2, has been nominated for two GRAMMY awards.
The Louisiana band has been nominated for Best American Roots Song – Gulfstream – and for Best Regional Roots Music Album.
Considered music’s biggest night, the 59th annual GRAMMY Awards will be presented on February 12, 2017.
Scheduled to perform on both days of the festival at the Pompano Beach Amphitheater Field, Roddie Romero and the Hub City All Stars has been performing worldwide at the most prestigious festivals and venues for over 20 years.
The band is celebrated not only for their authenticity when performing or recording traditional Cajun and Creole music indigenous to South Louisiana, but also for their original songwriting which stays true to Louisiana inspirations. They are notorious “Louisiana-Roots-Rockers” who put on an energetic show which is bound to make everyone get up and dance.
Previous to their 2017 GRAMMY nominations, the band also garnered a GRAMMY nomination for their double record, “The La Louisianne Sessions.”
Advance tickets for the 2017 South Florida Crawfish Festival, presented by CrawDebauchery, are currently on sale via www.crawdebauchery.com.
General admission tickets normally priced at $35 are available for just $25 for a limited time, while VIP tickets normally priced at $75 are available for $65 for a limited time. Additionally, there are discounts offered for two-day tickets (both general admission and VIP).
The fourth annual event will also feature the popular New Orleans band The Revivalists, who recently performed on The Today Show and The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
Among the other festival performers booked include Maggie Koerner; Chubby Carrier; The Revelers; Cha Wa featuring Mardi Gras Indians; Dwayne Dopsie; The Suitcase Junket; Raw Oyster Cult; The Hip Abduction; The Stooges Brass Band; Darcy Malone & The Tangle; and The Rodeo Clowns.
In addition to New Orleans-style music and food, the festival will include a Gumbo Rumble, Krewe Competition, massive crawfish boil and art vendors.
On both days, the festival will position a hardwood Zydeco dance floor by one of the music stages for swing dancers. Additionally, there will be an area for kids complete with crawfish races, face painting and jugglers.