2018 Bayou Boogaloo: What to know before you go
‘Celebrating Bayou St John: Past, Present, and Future’ is by Covington-born artist Emma Frick. The 2018 Bayou Boogaloo poster is available for purchase at the festival and online.
The 2018 Bayou Boogaloo is just days away, but the previously-free festival has a bunch of new features – and a new fee – to keep in mind before you head out.
The festival, which began in 2006, assembles a kid’s stage, three music stages, local food and art vendors and an arts and crafts table within five blocks surrounding Bayou St. John. Dozens of people throughout the weekend float, paddle or drift down the Bayou to hear live music or grab a Friends of Lafitte Greenway root beer float.
But this year’s fest brings a few new features – as well as a new fee for latecomers.