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- $10 for two tickets to the Kemah Crawfish Festival ($16 value)
- $19 for four tickets to the Kemah Crawfish Festival ($32 value)
The Kemah Crawfish Festival’s crustacean celebration descends on 3rd Street April 1–3. The three-day celebration features live music from Wayne Toups, plus crawfish cooked in new units capable of boiling 6,000 pounds of crawfish an hour.
Kemah Crawfish Festival
The Kemah Crawfish Festival celebrates all things New Orleans with a weekend of live zydeco, beer, and food. The main attraction, however, is crawfish—lots of crawfish. That's not an understatement, as the fest's boiler can churn out 6,000 pounds of crawfish per hour, which they serve straight from the boiler, in po' boys and crawfish étouffée. Other Big Easy favorites include jambalaya, alligator on a stick, frog legs, and Cajun stew. As guests feast, they can cool off their spicy tongues with beer at the many beer tents and dance to live zydeco and a concert by Grammy Award winner Wayne Topus on April 2 at 7pm.