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Photos: Hanging Out at the Cycle Zydeco Louisiana Festival

Couples dancing in the street
Zydeco dancers take to the streets of Breaux Bridge at a Louisiana festival in April

The Cycle Zydeco is Louisiana's Cajun & Creole cycling festival taking place every year during the week after Easter. The Louisiana festival offers participants the chance to enjoy the magic of Cajun Country while riding a bike.

Although it is listed as a cycling event, the priorities of the Cycle Zydeco listed on their website are (1) Eating (2) Dancing (3) Drinking and (4) Riding a Bicycle to the Next Festive Location, and the festivities offer plenty of opportunities for non-riders to join in the fun.

This year is the event's 20th anniversary, and we got to check out the Louisiana festival taking place in Breaux Bridge. Check out our photos from the event below!

Musicians performing on stage at a Louisiana festival
Forest Huval and band perform at a Louisiana festival in Breaux Bridge
Women enjoying a drink outside at a Louisiana festival
Tara and Mary Morvant from Breaux Bridge enjoy the sights and sounds of the Cycle Zydeco festival.
Three men at a table during a Festival in Louisiana
Gary, Ralph, and Brennon enjoy at drink at Tante Marie in Breaux Bridge

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