The AGAPE Foundation, a new local oil and gas industry charity, is hosting the first annual Cajun Palooza in downtown Lafayette tomorrow. The concert, featuring Roddie Romero and the Hub City All Stars, Richard Lebouef and Cracker Jackson, is a benefit for two-year-old Emma Grace Breaux. The daughter of Ryan and Kelly Breaux of Breaux Bridge, Emma Grace was born 12 weeks premature and diagnosed MRSA, which caused three life-threatening aneurysms. The family is now raising funds through AGAPE to defer costs for a surgical procedure to spare her foot from amputation. For more on the Breaux’s story and to find out ways to help, visit http://agapefoundation.weebly.com. Cajun Palooza runs from 3 p.m. to 11 p.m. tomorrow afternoon at Parc International.

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