The Acadiana Center for the Arts held its 6th annual Gulf Brew fundraiser in Parc International downtown where thousands of attendees sampled more than 150 brews from both local, domestic and foreign breweries. Non-drinking entertainment included karaoke, a brewer’s tent, a special release of LA 31’s Tres Passionne beer. Live music from Brother Dege, The Rayo Brothers and Corey Ledet was pumped through the park while Freetown Fries, Viva La Waffle and Dean-O’s sold their respective famed dishes. Party Central and Blue-Stream Services sponsored the event.
(1) John Walker and Kaylyn Kirby
(2) John Oliver and Jarin Schexnider
(3) Ravelle Reed and Mindy Lemoine
(4) Daniel and Jenny Carroll
(5) Kyle Jones, Jacob Smith, Jeanne Arceneaux, Courtney Melancon, Adrienne Trahan and Andrew Gossen
(6) Nick and Amanda Richert
(7) Charles Sarver and Jacob Weaver
(8) Matt Hulin, Will Barlett and James Scott
(9) Matt Viator, Amy Viator and Lindsay Boudreaux
(10) Tim Landry and Paul Beyt
(11) Chase Huval, Carolina McRae, Caitlin Guidry and David Rabalais
(12) Louise McElroy and Eddie Buttross
(13) The Ind’s Heather Miller singing “Love Shack” at the karaoke tent
Photos by Elizabeth Rose
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