Abita Springs Busker Festival



A busker is a street musician who performs for tips.  We bring in some of the very best each year. 

This eighth annual free festival was established to preserve and present Louisiana roots music and has grown in popularity with each passing year. 

With support from the Abita Springs Opry and the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival & Foundation, it will again be streamed live by radio station WWOZ.

On top of all that, the Abita Springs Art & Farmers Market folds into this scrumptous mix.  Buy local!



Mother's Day, May 13, 2018 at the Abita Beer Stage in Abita Springs Park.

11:30am  Slick Skillet Serenaders; jug band

12:45pm  Ben Fox and the Syncopation Syndicate; traditional jazz

2pm  Daiquiri Queens; Cajun

3:15pm  The Gentilly Stompers; traditional jazz

4:20pm  Wasted Lives; country

5:45pm  Jumbo Shrimp Jazz Band

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 ©2008, Bill Prudhomme

©2008, Bill Prudhomme


Just bring your lawn chair, sun screen, and dancing shoes.

Park alongside the Park, or across Hwy. 59 behind Mama D's, or on neighboring streets.

Lots of food and drinks available for purchase.  Restaurants and other food options are also a short walk away.

If you'd like to participate as a vendor, please send your email request to Mike.

While you're here, don't miss the madness at the Abita Mystery House!