Bayou Boogaloo 2018 comes to a close

A tumultuous Bayou Boogaloo 2018 came to a close. The first day, Friday, May 18, was cancelled due to damaging rain and winds that toppled some of the festival’s infrastructure.

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After terrifying storm, artists and vendors at Bayou Boogaloo pledge to push on

Less than 24 hours after being knocked down by a violent thunderstorm, Bayou Boogaloo was up and running and you wouldn’t have noticed anything different. VIDEO.

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Shades of green: Art and crafts have an eco-friendly theme at Boogaloo

At this weekend’s Mid-City Bayou Boogaloo, organizers encourage attendees to ride bikes or carpool to the festival. They host bayou and bank cleanups, and their “Cash for Trash” program encourages fest goers to collect recycling and trash. Recycling receptacles are everywhere on the festival grounds.

“We are stewards for Bayou St. John and the Mid-City neighborhood and take our commitment to sustainability and green practices very seriously,” said Boogaloo founder Jared Zeller.

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Mid-City Bayou Boogaloo Announces 2018 Lineup!

On May 18, 19 and 20, the banks of Bayou St. John will transform into festival grounds as Mid-City Bayou Boogaloo returns for its 13th annual edition.

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