The Downtown Street Festival presented by The Bogalusa Historic Cultural District is happening Saturday, October 16, 2021 from 3-10 p.m. Mark your calendars and plan to attend the outdoor event featuring live music, Louisiana cuisine, artisan vendors, an antique car show supported by Open Road Cruisers, a silent art auction at Riverstone Gallery, and art contests hosted by the YMCA.
Special thanks to Mike Shepherd, President of The Louisiana Music Hall of Fame for agreeing to MC the event.
Bring a lawn chair or blanket to the grassy lawn in front of The Daily News to enjoy this benefit concert FREE to the public!
Music Line-Up includes~
- Randy Jackson of Zebra, A Tribute to Led Zeppelin
- The Chad Harry Experience
- The Rezonators
- Claire Kellar
- Street Performance by Saxophonist Steve Burke
Sponsors making the festival possible include Louisiana Cultural Districts, International Paper, Bogalusa Rebirth, City of Bogalusa, Washington Parish Assessor Jimbo Stevenson, The Brennan Family, Kelvin May, Attorney at Law, Robert Neilson, CPA, Champagne Beverage Company, Ponchartrain Distillery, Sharp Paint & Body Shop, Triana’s Discount Tire & Auto, Rowanoak Development, Jax-Piper, LLC, Rotary Club of Bogalusa, Fane Properties, LLC, City Drug Store, Sheriff Randy Seal, Jason Mickenheim, Attorney at Law, Nobles & Associates, Ellis & Pris Sampson, Ramie & Suzi Bourne, Chris & Debra Young, Ken Leblanc, Magee Financial, Champagne Beverage Co., State Representative Malinda White, Open Road Cruisers, Riverstone Gallery & Holistic Center, The Museum, YMCA.