Friday, November 15TH
7:00 PM to 10:00 PM

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Blue Verse Band

The greatest '90s alt-rock-grunge cover band in the history of Baton Rouge.


Saturday, November 16th

11:30 AM to 2:30 PM

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Charlston Bourgeois Trio

A Baton Rouge native is returning for a second performance on the St. Aloysius Fair Stage. Check out her link below to hear her share some of her talents.


Saturday, November 16th
TBD depending on game time!

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Radio Zydeco

With South Louisiana serving as a jumping off point, Lafayette’s own Radio Zydeco cut, twist, deconstruct and reassemble until they create a fusion of unorthodox sound. They bring an eclectic and relatable message into a music tradition rooted in care-free attitude and good-time vibes. Believing that if a person remembers their troubles it’s all the more reason to act to rid them. Dance is the means by which Radio Zydeco delivers. Leveling their influences to create the forthcoming EP, the band’s deep cut searches shine through on tracks like “Yea U Rite”. Casting a wide net for influence including dancehall, swamp rock, and Zydeco. Its sure to cross any barriers, style or genre, placed in its path. All the boys come from strong music traditions including delta blues, Memphis soul, and all things South Louisiana. Radio Zydeco is music for everyone.


sunday, November 17th

10:15 am to 11:30 am

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Cooper Ray

Cooper is quickly becoming one of today’s more popular and sought after speakers, worship leaders and retreat facilitators. He is a dynamic & light-hearted speaker and musician who shares his faith with honesty and passion. Through music, story, humor, and audience participation, Cooper leads groups of all ages to a greater awareness of who they are as Catholic Christians and how to recognize God’s presence in their lives.