Brooklyn, NY, April 16, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Let the "soul-tickling music" live once more in Brooklyn this May as the Third Annual Bayou n' Brooklyn Music Festival brings to everyone Cajun culture straight from Louisiana.
With just a month until the festival, the Bayou n' Brooklyn team sought to spread the word of their Indiegogo campaign entitled "Brooklyn's Only Cajun-Creole-Zydeco Festival" to be able to raise 2,000 dollars for the festival's realization.
Their Indiegogo campaign offered different perks that entitled its funders Cajun memorabilia, passes, and treats which would not only make their Cajun music experience worthwhile but memorable as well. Below is the URL to the festival's campaign:
The event's producer, Deborah Monlux said that the money raised in the campaign will be used to fund the bringing of the three headline artists for the three-day music festival that are all from Louisiana. The headline artists are Christine Balfa, Ed Poullard, and Megan Brown, all of which are renowned Cajun singer and musicians.
The festival is set at its usual site for the past two years at Jalopy Theatre and School of Music which is located between Hamilton and Woodhull streets in Brooklyn.
Also present on the said festival are local Cajun musical groups that have been known in the Brooklyn community for the past music festivals which continually reaped sold-out ticket sales.
In keeping this tradition alive for everyone, raising the needed amount will help in keeping ticket prices set at a low cost yet still giving an authentic Cajun-Creole-Zydeco culture experience to all.
For more information about Cajun music, culture, and history visit www.bayou-n-brooklyn.com or their blog www.cajuntalk.us. You can also follow them on Twitter (@cajuntalk) and Facebook to join their community of Cajun aficionados around the globe.
Granmum Creative Studios greatly promotes Bayou n' Brooklyn Music Festival 2013 as part of its aims to support endeavors that are geared to promoting art, culture, and imaginative innovations wherever it may be.