Monthly Archives: March 2015

Your Local Mardi Gras Parade

If You Missed Mardi Gras, Fear Not! Did you know that the tradition of celebrating Mardi Gras on American soil is older than the country itself? The first time Mardi Gras was celebrated in this would-be country was on 1703 in the area that is now Mobile, Alabama. The first Mardi Gras parade dates back

Simi Sunrise Supports Service Above Self

Rotary Club of Simi Sunrise

How Your Local Rotary Club Is Serving Your Community And The World So many of us have the desire to make the world a better place but feel stumped about how to begin. Fortunately, when people gather together they can make an impact that will exponentially grow. The Rotary Club is a prime example. Valuing

Sponsoring The Simi Valley Cajun & Blues Music Festival

Becoming a 2015 Sponsor

Becoming a 2015 Sponsor If your business has been looking for a way to get noticed, you have probably considered setting aside an amount of money for marketing purposes. If, though, your business also values philanthropic efforts you might be torn. How much should you give to getting your name out there? How much should

AJ Gibbs Teaches Zydeco Dance So You Can Move With The Music!

Get With The Rhythm With Mr. 1 Man Show Have you been worried you would not have the moves you need to truly enjoy the upcoming Simi Valley Cajun & Blues Music Festival? Fear not! Cajun and Zydeco dance instructor AJ Gibbs will be teaching free dance lessons during the breaks at the Cajun-Zydeco stage.

The Cajun & Zydeco Stage Welcomes Back Great Talent

Returning to our Cajun & Zydeco Stage for our 2015 Festival

Do Not Miss These Exciting Returning Acts There have been some Cajun performers at recent Simi Valley Cajun & Blues Music Festivals of whom attendees have just not been able to get enough. We want to make the most of Memorial Day Weekend, so we have welcomed several fan favorites back to the Cajun-Zydeco Stage.

Coming Back To The Blues Stage

Returning to our Blues Stage for our 2015 Festival

We Welcome Canned Heat, Candye Kane, And Guitar Shorty Back When something comes back by popular demand, you know you cannot miss it. Sure, you may have skipped the chance to see these talented performers the first time they made it to the Simi Valley Cajun & Blues Music Festival, but mark your calendar for

New Cajun & Zydeco Performers At The 26th Festival

First Time Cajun & Zydeco Performers at 26th Anniversary

Moreno, Simien, & Magnolia Sisters Are Sure To Leave Their Mark How often do you get the chance to hear Cajun and Zydeco music while enjoying the sights and tastes of those cultures? On the West Coast, the answer is probably- rarely. Fortunately, this coming Memorial Day Weekend will bring the 26th anniversary of a