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This weekend will be the first ever "Let's Go Brandon Fall Festival" in Ortonville, Michigan. It will be taking place Saturday the 20th at Crossman Park in Ortonville from 1pm-4pm. The event will feature food, live music, merch, special guests, and more.

That's right, a "Let's Go Brandon" festival is actually happening.

The event appears to be a grass-roots event, but does have support from the Michigan Republican Party. But it appears the event will be more of a "festival" than a "political rally".

If you're not sure what "Let's Go Brandon" means, check this out here.

So our question is: What Louisiana city will host one of these first?

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Kind of feels like an event that would go over well in most corners of the state. Benton seems like a good place in Northwest Louisiana, maybe Monroe in Northeast Louisiana? Perhaps Lake Charles in Southwest Louisiana or maybe Slidell in Southeast Louisiana.

Look, most places in this state would be able to host a "Let's Go Brandon" festival. Perhaps we should ask which cities this wouldn't work in? But even asking that question, it would be tough to come up with a good answer. New Orleans, Shreveport, Baton Rogue, and Lafayette all seem like they might be the most unlikely, but even in those cities there would probably be enough support to have the event. You would probably see more pushback there than other cities though.

So with all of that being considered, I think I will pitch Bossier City and West Monroe as the most likely cities to successfully host a "Let's Go Brandon" fest. Only because you could get the support from surrounding areas, with less pushback (more than likely).

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