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  • Erica Ponder

Taste of Louisiana: Annual ‘Cajun AF’ Festival to bring mouthwatering, all-you-can-eat seafood boil

HOUSTON (Press Release) — The Bayou City is welcoming the taste of Louisiana once again with the Annual Cajun AF Festival, the biggest seafood boil in the south, on Saturday, April 3, 2021 at Live Oak Houston (located at 2533 Southmore Blvd.).

Over the past few years, nearly 2,000 seafood lovers have joined us for a spectacular feast of crawfish, crab, shrimp, sausage, potatoes and corn featuring entertainment from the city’s top DJs. This year will be no different! With passes starting as low as FREE, attendees will have plenty of options in order to customize their experience. Other ticket levels include all-you-can-eat crawfish, all-you-can-eat crab and shrimp, or both. There are also packages available that include premium seating areas for groups. Get your tickets now at

The Cajun AF Festival began in 2008 in Louisiana and is proud to have served seafood lovers for 13 years. Organizers are ecstatic to bring its festivities to Houston once again! For more information including media opportunities, please contact Crystal Solomon by phone (346) 818-9814 or email


Established in Louisiana in 2008, “CAJUN AF” has been deemed the biggest Cajun boil party in the south. Coming to Houston again on Saturday, April 3, this year’s festival expects over 2,000 seafood lovers to show up for the best crawfish, crab, shrimp, corn, sausage and potatoes accompanied by nonstop entertainment from Houston’s top DJs. Complimentary Admission Tickets are available. The event features The All You Can Eat Passes, starting at $30 with options to upgrade for parties of 10 or more. Space is limited for this event, so online reservations are highly encouraged! Don’t miss out on the best Cajun boil experience in in the south!


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