Springtime in Acadiana means fun time! With the beautiful weather we've been having, it's a great time to get out and enjoy everything that Acadiana has to offer. The spring concert series for the popular Bach Lunch series has begun. It is held every Friday, through May 1st, at Parc Sans Souci in downtown Lafayette. The music for this week's concert will be provided by Hunter Hayes, and the boxed lunches will be served by Hub City Diner, Poupart's Bakery, and Tsunami Sushi, for $6.00 each. Jump start your weekend and come on down to Bach Lunch for a delightful TGIF lunch and concert, especially all of you who get off work at noon, on Friday. ( a Lafayette tradition) The bands perform from noon to 1 p.m. and the lunches are served from 11:15 am till sold out. In case of rain, Bach Lunch will be held at the Lafayette Natural History Museum and Planetarium. For a complete schedule, click here.
And don't forget to be sure and catch the first Downtown Alive of the spring season, also this Friday, March 13th. T.K. Hulin and Smoke w/ special guest, Charlene Howard will play the best Louisiana swamp pop and rock n' roll music that you've heard in ages. Click here for a complete Downtown Alive schedule. And if you're looking for a fun festival to go to this weekend, The 10th annual Catfish Festival will be going on in Washington, La. With an incredible entertainment line up, this year's festival will include Rockin' Dopsie and The Zydeco Boogie, Steve Riley and the Mamou Playboys, and Keith Frank and the Soileau Family Band and many others. And of course, tons of delicious catfish prepared a mulitude of ways. See ya'll there! Let the Good Times Roll!