Simi Valley Cajun & Blues Music Festival Hits the Stage for 2014

Simi Valley Cajun & Blues Music Festival, presented by The Rotary Club of Simi Sunrise, returns for Memorial Day Weekend 2014.

The music festival was a big hit last year as music lovers enjoyed the sounds of different genres including Cajun, Creole, Blues and Zydeco music on several stages. The event promises more music and more fun this Memorial Day.

There will be a large collection of musicians on stage, plus more than 30 food vendors serving up delicious, authentic Creole foods like Jambalaya and everyone’s favorite, crawfish. Hot dogs, sausages, BBQ sandwiches and more will also be available.

The festival, which started out as a New England styled clam bake in 1988, has grown to become a nationally recognized event.

It began as a simple fund raiser for the Rotary Club but the unique music acts drew immediate attention. Within a few years Creole and Cajun music became the major theme. Now, it is the largest Cajun music festival on the western side of the Mississippi.

The event will also host a wide range of craftsmen selling an assortment of unique items including unique clothes, pottery, and crafts. See what’s new at the music festival this year.