LAFAYETTE, La. – According to The Advocate, the number of people who parked at Cajun Field to take a shuttle bus downtown for Festival International
Festival International is officially over. This year, festival goers were lucky to have some great weather for the event, which drew more than 300,000 people
It’s officially Festival International weekend, which means there’s two days left to enjoy all the sounds and smells festival has to offer.
Festival International, of course, attracts thousands from across the globe to Lafayette to enjoy all that festival has to offer. Some performers are experiencing festival for the first time.
With some help from the Downtown Development Authority, we have a list of must-visit spots for the weekend.
While thousands were enjoying music in downtown Lafayette, some others were enjoying the visual arts on display.
French immersion students from North Lewis Elementary School in New Iberia are learning about different cultures and languages at Festival International.
The festival shuttle is an easy way to get to Festival International, but for one Lafayette family, it also serves as a setting for a family tradition.
Festival International is officially here, so get your dancing shoes and flower crowns ready for Acadiana’s biggest party of the year.
Festival International is such a staple in Acadiana that many of us can’t remember life without it.
Need help deciding which acts to check out at Festival International? Daniel Phillips has done the work and shares his Top 5 “must-see” acts this year.
Festival season kicked off a couple of weeks ago at the Paul and Lulu Hilliard University Art Museum. Tattooed walls is a tradition set in
GMA is One the Road this Friday morning, getting to know the ins and outs of Festival International de Louisiane. We caught up with Festival
From the music to the food, festival has a lot to offer, and it’s the volunteers who make it all possible.
If you plan on coming out to Festival International anytime this weekend, don’t forget that Cajun Field is the official parking area. Drivers now have
LAFAYETTE, La. – The Paul and Lulu Hilliard University Art Museum kicked off Festival International earlier this month with an event called Tattooed Walls. Local
The first night of Festival International has come to an end, but the party isn’t over.
LAFAYETTE, LA (KATC) — Les Hôtesses d’Hilaire is a Canadian “psychedelic french rock band” from Quebec who’s five members traveled more than 2,000 miles on a bus to make it to Festival International.
Acadiana Open Channel along with lots of volunteers are making sure Festival International lasts forever. AOC will be back at LUS Scène Internationale this year.
Festival International 2019 will take place from April 24-28. The Lafayette Police Department wants to remind the public of a few safety tips and prohibited
Festival International starts tomorrow, and we have some last minute reminders.
Businesses in downtown Lafayette are preparing for a rush of customers.
Festival International is just days away. The 33rd festival kicks off Wednesday and will take over downtown Lafayette.
The Lafayette letters downtown received a fresh look ahead of Festival International. Wednesday, local artist Hannah Gumbo and Festival International organizers were out painting the
Festival International is still looking for volunteers!
By CHARLIE BIER UL Lafayette Nick Tanner, a senior music business major at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, has two big reasons to
Festival International is only 15 days away! Brad Credeur and David D’Aquin give us some helpful reminders.
Load in the money, double tap at the vendors and enjoy. That’s what Festival International hopes its attendees will do with the return of wristbands.
FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL IS RIGHT AROUND THE CORNER AND IT IS TIME FOR YOU TO START PLANNING YOUR FESTIVAL EXPERIENCE…CARLY VIATOR IS HERE TO TELL US HOW TO DO THAT…
No experience necessary. That is what Festival International says for those looking to be a part of their Festival film crew. Thursday, volunteers attended a