Welcome to the official website of The Taste of Louisiana Festival.
The Taste of Louisiana Festival is a cultural celebration which highlights Louisiana’s traditions, food, music, and lifestyle collectively in one event. The festival is designed to honor the Cajun, Creole and Indian heritage of the State of Louisiana. This year the festival takes place May 30th, in Sugar Land Town Square Plaza. Festival goers will experience the transformation of the Plaza into a convivial Louisiana street festival setting.
"Experience the Flavor and Culture of Louisiana"
FOOD- Can you imagine all of the Louisiana Cuisine in one place at one time? The Taste of Louisiana Festival features popular dishes from every Parish in Louisiana such as Crawfish, Boudin, Gumbo, Etouffee and much more.
MUSIC- Enjoy the sounds of non-stop music from The Taste of Louisiana Festival's French Quarter Stage.
2015 Festival Performers; Bayou City Brass Band, Lil Nate and The Zydeco Big Timers, Hustlers Brass Band, Ruben Moreno and The Zydeco Re-evolution, Bluesiana Red and The Brutherz Brass Band .
CULTURE-Come celebrate the traditions and learn historical facts about the great Bayou State within designated areas of the festival. This year's festival features an exhibit by New Orleans Mardi Gras Indians " Geronimo Hunters" tribe . Come see the costumes up-close and learn the art of beading.
Come enjoy two cooking lesson's hosted by New Orleans Chef Moses Jackson and learn how to make a Creole Jambalaya and his personal dish "Milton Slaw" . (please see schedule for demonstration times)