Crawfish & Catfish Festival

1250 East Gum Avenue, Woodland

$15 for Two Tickets to the Crawfish & Catfish Festival on September 10 and 11 ($30 Value)

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Experience Louisiana culture from the bayou to Bourbon Street with food, drinks, and music

About This Deal

The Deal

  • $15 for two tickets to the festival ($30 value)

On September 10 and 11, thousands of seafood lovers converge on the Yolo County Fairgrounds to devour boiled crawfish, fried catfish, alligator, shrimp, gumbos, jambalaya, and a variety of other authentic Cajun and Southern barbecue eats. While they dig into the food, live Zydeco, Cajun, blues, and country music plays. Music acts include Zydeco on our Mind, Blues Box Bayou Band, Mumbo Gumbo, Zydeco Flames, Mark St. Mary Zydeco & Blues, and Nickel Slots. Tickets are for admission only. Food, drinks, and parking are not included. No outside food or drink. No pets.

On September 11, the festival thanks the troops by offering free admission to military families with a photo ID.

Fine Print

Promotional value expires Sep 11, 2016. Amount paid never expires. Limit 5 per person, may buy 5 additional as gifts. Must be age 21+ with valid ID to consume alcohol. Bring voucher to Will Call booth to exchange for entrance passes. No pets allowed in the Yolo County Fairgrounds. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services. Learn about Strike-Through Pricing and Savings

About Crawfish & Catfish Festival

The tastiest parts of New Orleans food and culture come to California for the Crawfish & Catfish Festival. Cooks arrive early to prepare boiled crawfish, fried catfish, alligator, gumbo, and lots of other Cajun cuisine—and it'll take a while for entrants to get through everything they want to eat. That's no problem, since the festival encourages its visitors to bring along lawn chairs and stay for a consistent lineup of entertainment. Bands play Zydeco, New Orleans jazz, R&B, and other styles sure to make any audience member wave a crawfish in the air like a lighter.