30 Reasons to Get Excited for Shreveport’s Mudbug Madness Festival
Shreveport's Mudbug Madness falls on Memorial Day weekend -- May 23-26. Since this year marks the festival's 30th anniversary, we've put together a list of 30 reasons why this year's event will be the best yet.
The first day of Summer is technically June 21, but thanks to the beautiful weather in Shreveport and Mudbug Madness we have the perfect excuse to kick off the best time of the year just a little early!
Local celebrities, including our very own General Manager Lisa Janes, will chow down on crawfish to see who is the best mudbug muncher!
From Amanda Shaw's Facebook page: "New Orleans-based singer, songwriter, fiddler and actress Amanda Shaw is part of a new breed of young, roots-based musicians who have embraced both traditional and pop sounds, creating music that is both authentic and bold."
Mudbug Madness is a great place to meet new people. Definitely go with a group of friends, but remember that there's no reason you can't make news ones.
Go buck wild with Cody Cooke and the Bayou Outlaws! You know you're in for a treat when a group defines itself as "one part Hank, one part Jamey, one part Skynyrd and 100% Outlaw Country!"
Lafayette, Louisiana native Dwayne "Dopsie" Rubin was named America’s hottest accordion player for a reason: he's amazing. If you're into Zydeco music, you won't want to miss him at Mudbug Madness.
Seriously -- there will be a ton of crawfish. Maybe two tons. We won't be counting. But we will be loosening our belts to make room for more.
Everybody loves a good fireworks show. Lucky for us, we'll be getting a great one this year.
The professor is in. Shreveport native Chris McCaa is bringing his blend of Louisiana swamp blues and jazz to the Mudbug Madness stage.
Gregg Martinez describes his music as “bayou blues and Creole soul." Whatever you call it, it'll get your feet tapping.