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Louisiana fall festivals

Thursday, 12 Sep, 2023 0

Summer is over, and the fall festival season has kicked off in Louisiana.

The season in Louisiana brings a variety of eclectic food, music and cultural festivals. Sip on a pumpkin spiced latte and enjoy the unique culture and sounds of the south this fall.


Fall Festivals – The Fall Festival line up ensures there’s something for everyone. For literary lovers, the Louisiana Book Festival is a world class literary celebration and the largest book festival in the state. The festival is bookworm’s dream to meet celebrated writers, and enjoy thought-provoking presentations. There are varied activities plus food and live music all day long.

If music is your thing, head to the Festival Acadiens et Creoles that takes place in October to discover Lafayette‘s unique cultural heritage. It’s a free three-day festival of nonstop music, dancing, food as well as crafts. It’s a genuine Cajun and Creole experience like no other. Art enthusiasts will love the Red River Revel Arts Festival in Shreveport, which is north Louisiana’s largest arts festival.


Road Trips – Fall is the perfect time for a road trip through Louisiana, with 19 Scenic Trails and Byways to choose from. Each route weaves through the state, allowing travelers to learn about the distinct cultures in each area. Each path presents a little taste of everything for visitors to soak up. Take in the scenery through Louisiana’s bayous, gardens, and wildlife refuges. Learn about enriching history and stories at local eateries, dance halls, and the “Cajun Music Capital of the World,” a stop on Zydeco Cajun Prairie Byway.


Film fans can check out the Cane River National Heritage Trail and stop by the Steel Magnolia House Bed and Breakfast in Natchitoches, where Steel Magnolias was filmed. It is now part of the Louisiana Film Trail, or take the Northup Trail and learn the fascinating true story behind Twelve Years a Slave.




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