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Music is as much a part of our culture as food and the French language.


 

Broussard is the birthplace of “Illinois” Jacquet, a jazz tenor saxophonist who played with the likes of Cab Calloway, Count Basie, and even President Bill Clinton. Most days of the week, you can find a great local band cranking out country, Cajun, Zydeco, and everything in between. Put on your boogie shoes and head out to one of these venues. Also, follow us on Facebook to learn about upcoming outdoor music concerts and festivals in one of our parks or our historic downtown.

Fat Pat's Bar & Grill

6925 Ambassador Caffery Parkway

They may be new to Broussard, but they’ve quickly become a favorite hangout. They offer live music on most Wednesdays and Thursdays, plus they are sports bar with an expansive climate-controlled green area, ice cold beer, and over 40 televisions! And with a motto like “Never trust a skinny cook!”, you know the food has to be good!

The Barrel of Broussard

811 Albertson Parkway

More into exclusive whiskeys and delicious cocktails? The Barrel is the perfect place for your night out! It has a warm, relaxing atmosphere, and they feature local musicians both indoors and out on their patio. 

Trapp's

209 N. Morgan Avenue

Hang out on Trapp's patio (cooled in the summer and heated in the winter!) where there's plenty of dancing room and a great atmosphere. Local musicians play Thursdays - Saturdays, and there's even karaoke on some Wednesdays. And of course, there's the food: Trapp's offers po’boys, gumbo, seafood platter, burgers, salads, and more.

Young's Sports Grill

305 E. Main Street

Located in historic downtown Broussard, in a building that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Young's has weekly live music and entertainment. They have a friendly atmosphere and specialize in Cajun food, burgers, and seafood.

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