The organizers of the country music festival said Monday the event is on hiatus until further notice. Superfest attendance steadily grew until it peaked in , when the festival added Friday to its schedule and attracted , people. The Bayou Country Superfest has been put on hiatus until further notice, organizers said Monday of the country music festival that's been a Memorial Day weekend event in Baton Rouge or New Orleans in recent years. Officials from Festival Productions Inc. The first festival was held in Tiger Stadium in and brought out more than 85, fans, staking a claim that it would be an annual event in Baton Rouge. The organizers behind Bayou Country Superfest announced that the festival is on hiatus until further notice. But the festival, which returned to Tiger Stadium after two years in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, had about 50, attendees over two days. Bayou Country Superfest drew about 50, people to Tiger Stadium over Memorial Day weekend, less than half the size of the crowd that showed ….
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The two-day event will feature national and regional acts on two stages in an exciting family friendly celebration of all things Americana. On-site activities include supercar driving experiences, go karting, and more. Tickets are available for purchase at www. Email will not be published.
The dates for this event have already occurred, please check back again for new dates. Country Smooth is a weekend filled with live music performances, special motorsport activities and tasty NOLA bites. With two days and three stages you can enjoy live music performances by some of the biggest names in country music all weekend long. Country Smooth Fest is catered by local restaurants with a uniquely New Orleans spread. You can make sure to pair your bites with craft Whiskey Smooth cocktails. In addition to nonstop live music, the NOLA Motorsport facility will have go-carting, mechanical bull rides and open race tracks available throughout the day.
Horses are something of a wonder by themselves, but this weekend, there is a horse-related event that is even more exciting. Equine Reflections is a nonprofit "dedicated to fostering better lives and stronger communities Tomorrow, the city of New Orleans's transit workers will take to the streets in a protest for fairer conditions to combat the global health crisis and the far-reaching effects of the novel coronavirus. Those hoping to The opportunities include access to schools, such as Jesuit High School and a number of other Catholic schools across the city. Jul 18 Hunter Hayes: At the age of 26, Hunter Hayes has been performing in front of live audiences since he was four years old, appearing on numerous TV shows and even performing at the White House at the age of seven. Being raised by parents with Cajun ancestry, Hunter learned to sing in both English and French, which reflects his Louisiana upbringing. Joe Nichols: Nichols, another Arkansas native, found his footing with the release of his second album, Man with a Memory , which earned him critical acclaim and has been followed by seven more successful albums. With the release of his newest album, Never Gets Old , Joe remains committed to his passion for a traditional country sound.