Friday, October 27TH
7:00 PM to 10:00 PM


Louisiana the Band

St. Aloysius Alums take the main stage Friday night! It's pretty simple, Louisiana plays the best dance music from the 70s, 80s, 90s and today. From Funk, R & B, Hip-Hop, Top-40, Country, and Rock. We can cover it all.

Saturday, October 28th
2:00 pm to 5:00 pm


Gerard Delafose and the Zydeco Gators

The Zydeco Gators was established by Gerard Delafose in 2007. Gerard is a 3rd generation Zydeco musician. He is the grandson of the late great John Delafose and the nephew of the legendary Geno Delafose. Gerard has been playing the accordion for over 20 years. He first picked it up when he was only 8 years old. He grew up learning from the best, and will surely bring that legendary Zydeco sound that we all grew up loving!

Saturday, opctober 28th
6:30 PM to 9:30 PM

phat hat


Phat Hat

The goal of Phat Hat is simple: Deep rhythm, and soulful goodness with a sound that will keep the dance floor rocking all night long.

Phat Hat is a funk/soul band from Baton Rouge, LA. The band's repertoire includes a smattering of the funkiest dance songs from the sixties, seventies and eighties guaranteed to make the music move you!

sunday, October 29th

12:00 pm TO 2:00 pm

Riverside Blues Band

St. Aloysius Alums again on the main stage!!!

Riverside Blues is a guitar-driven blues band from Louisiana, with influences from many traditional blues artists.
They have played at South Louisiana festivals, community fairs, and multiple times at the iconic Teddy's Juke Joint in Zachary, La.
They are honored to represent the Baton Rouge Blues Society in the Youth Showcase of the 2017 International Blues Challenge in Memphis.