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Time again for Sibley Zydeco Festival

School is out, the sun is shining and it’s the time of the year for the Sibley Zydeco Festival, so get ready for the time of your life.

We have two days of fun and entertainment for everyone.

Bring the whole family for an enjoyable weekend of fun Friday and Saturday.

Friday will be the big Sibley Zydeco Kickoff with the No. 1 cover band in the South.

All tents must be set up by Thursday.

Admission for the Friday kickoff will be $10. Gates will open at 5 p.m. There will be a rodeo and roping warm–up at 7 p.m., and The Mellow Band and Show at 8 p.m.

We’re going to bring this Sibley Zydeco Festival in with a bang, because we are bringing some of music biggest super stars oldschool, newschool, blues, zydeco, Southern soul and R&B, so it’s going to be on and poppin’.

Headlining this year’s concert will be the legendary R&B group Lakeside, who will take you on a fantastic voyage.

Cupid will be back by popular demand with his new hit album.

Cupid asked me if the Miss-Lou could break the biggest line dance record?

Leon Chavis, the Zydeco Lover, will be performing live, so ladies get ready. Also on the big show, Pokey with his No. 1 hit, “My name is Pokey” and more. Other artists in the show include Lady Trucker, G-Sky, Robert “The Juice” Lenoir and also a special guest artist.

So get your ATV’S, tents, grills, coolers and more ready for a weekend to remember.

Plenty of security will be on site at the festival.

For more information call 601-392-1030 or go to sibleyfestival.com and on Facebook by searching “Sibley Zydeco Festival.”

Come join the fun this weekend.

 

Gregory Jones is a local musician

 

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