Clarence's Lafayette Louisiana Cajun and Zydeco Music Schedule

This site contains Lafayette Louisiana Cajun music and Zydeco music dances and events.

  • Saturday radio programs on KRVS 88.7 FM from Lafayette broadcasts on the web at
    KRVS 88.7FM, University Of Louisiana At Lafayette, Lafayette, LA 70503
    Weekly every Saturday Info: (800) 892-6827
    Zydeco Est Pas Sale 7:00AM - 12:00PM
    Zydeco Stomp 12:00PM - 3:00PM
    Swamp pop, cajun, zydeco, blues 3:00PM - 4:00PM
    Rendez-Vous Des Cajuns (Liberty Theatre Program from Eunice, La) 6:00PM - 7:30PM

  • Sundays 7pm-9pm on KLSU 91.1 FM Baton Rouge - listen to webcast at Request line: (225) 578-5578

  • Sundays noon-2pm on WWOZ 90.7 FM New Orleans, La - listen to webcast at with Charles Laborde (504) 568-1234

  • Sunday radio programs on KRVS 88.7 FM from Lafayette broadcasts on the web at
    KRVS 88.7FM, University Of Louisiana At Lafayette, Lafayette, LA 70503 BR>Weekly every Sunday Info: (800) 892-6827
    Le Reviel with Louie Michot featuring traditional Cajun music 7:00AM - 9:00AM
    Dimanche Matin with Gurvais Matte featuring cajun music 9:00AM - 12:00PM
    Bal De Dimanche Apres Midi with Nonc Jules Guidry featuring cajun music 12:00PM - 3:00PM
    Swamp Stomp with Blake Castille 3:00PM - 4:00PM

NOTE: Cajun and Zydeco music schedules are now located at

Randol's Restaurant
2320 Kaliste Saloom Rd. Lafayette, Louisiana (337) 981-7080 or 1-800-962-2586, 7pm
Mon --- Hubert Maitre & Friends
Tue --- Bayou Boys
Wed --- Lafayette Rhythm Devils
Thu --- Low Maintenance
Fri --- Jambalaya Cajun Band
Sat --- Paul Daigle on 1st Sat, Lafayette Rhythm Devils on 2nd Sat, Kevin Naquin on 3rd Sat, Sheryl Cormier on 4th Sat
Sun --- Alternate between Zydeco Ray (Zydeco) and Corey Arceneaux (Zydeco)

Prejean's Restaurant
3480 Hwy 167 (I-49) North, Carencro, (outside Lafayette) Louisiana 70507 (337) 896-3247
live music every night starting around 7pm.
Mon --- Les Fr�res Michot
Tue --- Woody Daigle and The Cajun Five
Wed --- Woody Daigle and The Cajun Five
Thu --- Mike Hebert and Nouveau Coeur
Fri --- Alternates between Gervais Matte with The Branch Playboys and Woody Daigle with The Cajun Five
Sat --- Gervais Matte and The Branch Playboys
Sun --- Gervais Matte and The Branch Playboys

Mulates Restaurant
325 Mills Ave., Breaux Bridge (outside Lafayette) Louisiana 800-422-2586, 7pm
live music every night starting around 7pm.
Mon --- Jay Cormier 6:30pm
Tue --- Jay Cormier 6:30pm
Wed --- Jay Cormier 6:30pm
Thu --- Lee Benoit 7:00pm
Fri --- Lee Benoit 7:00pm
Sat --- Lagniappe 7:00pm
Sun --- Jay Cormier(lunch); T-Mamou(dinner) 6pm

Grant Street Dance Hall
113 W. Grant St., Lafayette; 318-237-8513, Concert Line: 318-237-2255 10pm
various bands - see their website for schedule at

1600 Surrey St., Lafayette; 318-233-4077
various bands - see their website for schedule at

Acadian Village
200 Greenleaf Dr., Lafayette; 800-962-9133

Crawfish Town USA
2815 Grand Point Highway, one mile north of 1-10 in Breaux Bridge at Exit 115 (Rt. 686) 337-667-6148
Tue --- Donna Angelle (solo act) from 7pm to 9pm

Angelle's Whiskey River Landing
1275 Henderson Levee, Henderson 318-228-8567
Sun --- various bands from 4pm-8pm

Cafe Des Amis
140 E. Bridge, Breaux Bridge, 318-332-5273
Wed --- various bands from 7pm-9pm
Sat --- various zydeco bands from 8:30am-11:30am


SLIM'S Y-KI-KI zydeco club
8393 Hwy 182, Opelousas; 337-942-9980, 9pm

RICHARD'S zydeco club
11154 Hwy 190, Lawtell; 337-543-8233, 9pm

EL SIDO'S Zydeco Club
1523 N. St. Antoine, Lafayette; 318-237-1959, 9:30pm

1808 Verot School Rd., Lafayette; 318-991-0783, 9:30pm

Hwy 190 between Opelousas and Lawtell, 9pm
(not sure about this one)

(not sure about this one)

1904 W. University Ave., Lafayette
(not sure about this one)

LaPointe, La.
(not sure about this one)

special events only
Hwy 190, Opelousas; 337-948-8848, 9pm

Cedar St., Lewisburg; 337-948-9904, 8pm and Sundays around 5:00 p.m.

HARRY'S CLUB: Breaux Bridge; 337-332-6852

HOTEL CAZAN BAR: Mamou Saturdays, Wallace Trahan & Cazan Playboys (12 - 4 p.m.)

LA POUSSI�RE: 1215 Grand Point Ave., Breaux Bridge; 318-332-1721 (8:00 p.m.)

QUARTER POLE CLUB: Rayne; 337-334-0560 (9 p.m.)

MUSEUM CAF�: 102 E. Edwards St., Erath; 937-0012
AMANDA SCOTT'S: 542 Justin St.(in the Jefferson St. area), Lafayette; 337-593-8551

BACK TO BACK: 201 W. Pine St., Lafayette; 318-232-9500

THE LIBERTY THEATRE: 200 W. Park Ave., Eunice; 337-457-7389 (6 - 8 p.m.)

THE RICE THEATRE: Crowley Saturdays, Freddie Pate's Jamboree

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The Patsy Report
Acadian settlement (1755) In the Great Expulsion of 1755, around 11,000 Acadians were deported from Acadia under the direction of British colonial officers and New England legislators and militia; many settled in an area near Baton Rouge that would come to be known as Louisiana. Eventually these settlers began calling themselves Cajuns, a name descending from a mis-pronunciation of the original name Acadians. (French: Acadiens) maintained a separate culture, encompassing distinct clothing, music, food, and dedication to catholic faith, that has since immeasurably enriched the Baton Rouge area.

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