Wednesday, 04 September 2013 11:50
by IND Monthly Staff
Bach Lunch goes ‘roots’ for fall 2013
The biannual Bach Lunch concert series, which commences on Friday, Oct. 4 in Parc Sans Souci downtown, will be bookended this fall by old and new Cajun bands, with a hearty helping of American roots music in between. The series is a fundraiser for the Lafayette Science Museum Foundation and features one-hour performances by local bands along with the sale of boxed (get it? Bach?) lunches provided by area restaurants. Food is sold beginning at 11:15 a.m. on first-come, first-served basis, with proceeds helping the science museum. The music begins at noon.
The fall 2013 Bach Lunch lineup features, clockwise from upper left, Les Freres Michot, The Mercy Brothers, Yvette Landry, Les Bassettes, Pine Leaf Trio (Pine Leaf Boys pictured) and Sassafras Jubilee.
Here’s the fall 2013 Bach Lunch lineup:
Oct. 4 Les Freres Michot (Cajun) Chris’ Po-Boys Ema’s Cafe
Oct. 11 The Mercy Brothers (roots/gospel) Creole Lunch House Hub City Diner Joey’s Specialty Foods Roly Poly
Oct. 25 The Yvette Landry Band (country) Chick Fil A Deano’s iMonelli Poupart’s Bakery
Nov. 1 Pine Leaf Trio (Cajun) The French Press Jefferson Steet Pub Zea’s Rotisserie & Grill
Nov. 8 Les Bassettes (Cajun) Cena to Go Bailey’s Seafood & Grill
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