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Posted: Friday, 24 May 2013 8:00AM

Weekend events include music, food, fishing and more

The weekend comes with plenty of festivals featuring music and food.

Bayou Country Superfest runs Saturday and Sunday in Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge.

"Lady Antebellum, Zac Brown , Luke Bryan, Miranda Lambert, Darius Rucker," Produce Quint Davis rattled off some of the headliners.

He says, "It's a big event like a Jazzfest in New Orleans."

Davis produces both festivals.

Click here for more info and watch the video below...

There's also Greek Festival New Orleans this weekend.

"We invite everyone to come out and get their opa on," said Co-chair Gail Psilos.  "Opa is a word we use for delight and for having fun."

It's the 40th Greek Fest.  it features a wide variety of Greek drinks and food.

"We have goat burgers this year, which are very popular in Greece," Psilos told us.

There is also lots of music, dancing, games and other fun.

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The 46th annual Jambalaya festival is in Gonzales, Louisiana on this Memorial Day Weekend.

"Your whole family will enjoy the vast variety of food, fun, music and activities that have made the Jambalaya Festival the can't miss highlight of the year," the fest's website says.

Click here for more info... http://www.jambalayafestival.org/

The Creole Zydeco & Okra Festival is this weekend in St. Martinville.

"Live music and authentic creole dishes. Family friendly event," according to Louisiana Travel.

Get more info by clicking here...

In Grand Isle there's the Speckled Trout Fishing Rodeo.

It's a "fishing rodeo with activities, music, weigh in."

You can get details by clicking here...

The St. Clare Seafood Festival is this weekend in Waveland, Mississippi.

"Festival features fantastic food of all kinds and of course seafood, rides, live music, crafts, silent auction, raffle and much more!"

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