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Cultural Calendar

Event promotion for local non-profit, educational, and cultural organizations.

  • Deadline to register is Feb. 12th. The excitement is building as the Youth Action Summit (YAS) gears up for its 2024 event, inviting youth and families to HeymAnn Park Rec Center for a day of empowerment, leadership development, and community engagement. Join us on Feb. 17th from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm, with registration starting at 8:30 am, for an enriching experience that aims to inspire, educate, and unite our community.
  • BeauSoleil avec Michael Doucet marks the fiftieth year of their remarkable career with two star-studded concerts on Thursday, February 1, and Friday, February 2, 2024, as part of the Louisiana Crossroads series, presented by First Horizon. Each night of the 50 year anniversary celebration promises a special musical journey celebrating half a century of music of the legendary band that helped bring Cajun music across the globe, featuring Michael Doucet and an all star band from across the many iterations of BeauSoleil. In addition to the two February performances, AcA presents a retrospective view exhibiting photos and memorabilia from the half century of BeauSoleil’s career in the Coca-Cola studio gallery. For tickets and more information, visit
  • Adults and little ones alike will get into the Halloween spirit when the UL Lafayette Symphony presents its Annual Halloween Concert: Thursday, October 26, 7:00 p.m. in Angelle Hall Auditorium.Orchestra members will be wearing costumes and the audience is encouraged to show up in their favorite Halloween costumes.Guest appearances by dancers from “The Ballet Studio”, UL Dance Department plus soprano Natalie Connor (Bodkin). Put on a costume and come join us. It's a great way to celebrate the holiday in a fun and entertaining way! Admission is $10 for adults and children,FREE for all UL students, faculty, and staff with current ID.Tickets can ONLY be purchased at the concert (cash or check). Tickets will go on sale at 6pm the night of the show.All proceeds benefit the UL-Lafayette Symphony Orchestra Program. For more information call the UL Symphony at (337) 482-6050.
  • Finnish Delights with featured pianist Tomoko Kanamaru. To purchase tickets, visit their website.
  • The City of Lake Charles Partners in Parks Initiative and the Imperial Calcasieu Museum Residency at the Museum Program are teaming up to relaunch the City’s Art in the Park Series.This free, family-friendly series was originally launched in the summer of 2020 as a way to provide an outdoor, artistic outlet for residents to enjoy during the height of the pandemic.Through this re-launch, artists currently in residence at the Imperial Calcasieu Museum will provide art instruction. Art supplies and easels will be provided by the City of Lake Charles through its Partners in Parks Initiative.The free event is open to the public and will take place from 10 am - 12 pm. For more information, call 337-491-1280 or email
  • Performances by Swamp Pop legend Tommy McLain featuring CC Adcock & special guests with Jon Cleary are sure to make the crowds dance at Parc Sans Souci as we continue to celebrate 40 years of Downtown Alive! on Friday, September 22nd.The music kicks off at 6:00PM and concludes at 9:00PM. For more information on this event and others, visit the Downtown Alive! Facebook.
  • This event will be happening from 4-6 p.m. in Moody Hall, room 103A, on campus at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette.
  • The Iberia African American Historical Society and the Shadows-on-the-Teche are partnering with Provost Farm and Da Berry Fresh Market for a special program exploring the relationship between African Americans and agriculture.This program is FREE of charge, though space is limited. Registration is encouraged. To register for this event and others, visit their website.
  • The UL Lafayette Concert Series is proud to present Siglo de Oro, a small vocal ensemble from London, embarking on their first US tour. Their performance is at The Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist on September 21 at 7PM. The Concert is a tribute to William Byrd and will feature early acapella music written for the church.Admission is $15 for the general public, $5 for UL Alumni and Senior Citizens and Free for UL Students, Faculty and Staff. This is a rare appearance in the area not to be missed!For more information on this event and others, visit the UL Lafayette Concert Series Facebook.
  • This fall, Downtown Lafayette Unlimited wraps up its 40th year of Downtown Alive!, presented by Evangeline Maid. Promoting the city center’s food, music, culture, and commerce – we proudly kick-off weekends in Acadiana.The downtown Friday night tradition that everyone knows and loves is back for another week of free, live music in the heart of Downtown Lafayette featuring Grammy nominated Bonsoir Catin. We invite the entire community to come and celebrate Downtown Alive!’s 40th Anniversary on Friday, September 15th in Parc Sans Souci.The music kicks off at 6:00PM and concludes at 9:00PM.For more information, visit the Downtown Lafayette Unlimited website.
  • Bill Iles, a renowned artist whose paintings and drawings have earned him recognition in over 300 regional, national, and international juried competitions and group exhibitions, has captivated art enthusiasts with his exceptional talent. His signature landscapes are characterized by bold brushstrokes, saturated color palettes, and a unique graphic aesthetic that sets his work apart in the art world.This exhibition will feature a carefully curated selection of works spanning two decades of his illustrious journey. From his early masterpieces to his most recent creations, visitors will witness the transformation of Iles' artistic expression over the years. Iles will also have a limited amount of books for sale for the duration of his exhibition. Guests will also have the option to view his books in the gallery and order them online.For more information on current exhibits and events, visit their Facebook.
  • The Louisiana Food + Wine Festival, hosted by Visit Lake Charles will celebrate the best of Louisiana and the South, from its culinary superstars and beverage experts to southwest Louisiana’s unique Cajun and Creole heritage and culture, seafood, artisans, live musicians and more.The Festival will explore the South’s evolving food and beverage culture, through all-inclusive tasting events, learning experiences and a finale Jazz Brunch – showcasing Louisiana at every event. From incredible barbecue to world-class Louisiana seafood, the inaugural festival will be a fall favorite for locals and visitors alike.For more information about the event, visit their website