This weekend, Louisiana came together to celebrate the Louisiana Seafood Festival. Held at the City Park Festival Grounds on Wisner Boulevard in New Orleans, the festival was held Friday through Sunday.
It featured some of the best seafood from across the state of Louisiana. In fact, there were more than 100 dishes served by more than 40 vendors from across the state. These include unique staples like shrimp and alligator sausage cheese served by Jacque-Imo's Café and fried shrimp remoulade poboy from Jack Dempsey's booth.
In addition to its food offerings, the Lousiana Seafood Festival continued to hold its established Larger-Than-Life Jazz Brunch, featuring mimosas, Bloody Marys and the best jazz music that can be found in New Orleans.
Among the three days of music included performances by top artists. The festival boasted two stages, which were filled with unique music acts throughout the entire weekend. These artists included the likes of Sister Hazel and Better than Ezra. Allman Brothers fans were able to tune in to the Royal Southern Brotherhood, featuring Devon Allman.
For more information about the Louisiana Seafood Festival, visit http://www.louisianaseafoodfestival.com.