Steve Riley & the Mamou Playboys: Hot Cajun Music at Outdoor Show
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Stunningly clean and cohesive performance of Cajun French music from the backwaters of Southwest Louisiana. Pre-event two-step dance class and wooden dance floor over turf to support the driving need to get up and dance to this music!
Whether you bring a picnic, buy a dinner on site from Roadside BBQ on-site, secure a table, sit in chairs, dance, bring the family or make it a date night, the night is filled with possibilities and the music is straight from the Bayou.
This is an outdoor concert. Please dress accordingly.
Beer, wine, signature cocktails, juice, standard assortment of non-alcoholic drinks, sweets, savories, treats and dinners are available for purchase.
About the Ticket Supplier: Osher Marin JCC
The JCC's performing arts are anchored by its renowned CenterStage events, a stunning annual lineup of world-class musicians, actors, humorists, writers and more. Presented in the intimate Hoytt Theater and outdoors under summer skies on Swig Field, performances run the gamut from classical and world music to cabaret, solo theater to author conversations.