Free Outdoor Concert: Zydeco-a-Go-Go

Join us for our first in-person program since March 2020! Experience a blend of irresistible Louisiana party music, featuring a mix of Cajun and Zydeco songs along with vintage New Orleans rock 'n' roll.

This concert will be held outdoors on our lawn by the gazebo. Bring your own chairs or blankets to sit on! Pets, alcoholic beverages, and tents are not allowed.

Registration appreciated but not required. In case of questionable weather, please check library website--information will be available by 4:00 PM. If rescheduled, an email will also be sent to those who register.

*rain date: Thursday, August 5 at 6 PM

Contact Information
  1. 7328738700
  2. events@franklintwp.org
Wed, August 04
6:00 am — 7:30 am
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Join us for our first in-person program since March 2020! Experience a blend of irresistible Louisiana party music, featuring a mix of Cajun and Zydeco songs along with vintage New Orleans rock 'n' roll.




This concert will be held outdoors on our lawn by the gazebo. Bring your own chairs or blankets to sit on! Pets, alcoholic beverages, and tents are not ...

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