The 9th Mid City Bayou Boogaloo announces 2014 lineup

Last year, more than 35,000 locals and visitors enjoyed the Mid-City Bayou Boogaloo. In 2014, festers will once again be able to revel in music from three stages, enjoy diverse offerings from local food vendors, and shop the Boogaloo Art Market. As always, the free Mid-City Bayou Boogaloo is a family-friendly event with a kid’s stage, games, and activities.

Positive Vibrations Foundation, a non-profit organization whose mission is to create and encourage community through development and preservation of arts, music, culture, and heritage, presents the 9th Annual Mid-City Bayou Boogaloo festival.

We are thrilled to once again partner with the MotherShip Foundation to present the Mid-City Bayou Boogaloo,” said Ben Faulks, Co Founder and Director of Positive Vibrations Foundation. “The festival provides our community with a special time to come together on Bayou St. John each May, when and where both the arts and music are accessible to everyone and enjoyed by all,” he added.

The impressive 2014 musical line up includes Nigel Hall & the Congregation, the Mike Dillon Band, Tank & The Bangas, Sweet Crude, Gravy Flavored Kisses, the Washitaw Nation Mardi Gras Indians, King James & The Special Men, Mister Fred’s Round Pegs featuring Lynn Drury, Beth Patterson, Mark Mullins, Craig Klein and John Fohl, Jamie Lynn Vessels, Cardinal Sons, Vox & The Hound, Bert Wills, Red Wolf Brass Band, and others to be announced.

Proceeds from the 2013 Mid-City Bayou Boogaloo enabled MotherShip Foundation, the non-profit organization who hosts the annual event, to further implement its Restore The Bayou Canopy Campaign. This campaign is an ongoing effort to replant trees along Bayou St. John that have been lost to hurricanes Katrina and Isaac.

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