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Experience this Baton Rouge tradition dating back to 1973, created to celebrate our community's cultural diversity through arts. In 2003, after a brief pause and the community's demands, Baton Rouge's premier art and music festival returned to Baton Rouge. Fest For All features exceptional fine arts and crafts to choose from. With over 90 visual artists from over 14 states this festival welcomes thousands each year to experience the fun, traditions, music and arts that this annual event offers.
The 2014 Fest For All will take place on Saturday, April 5 from 10am - 7pm and Sunday, April 6 from Noon - 6pm in downtown Baton Rouge along North Boulevard Town Square and on the grounds of the Old State Capiotl and the Shaw Center for the Arts. The entertainment line up includes John Gray's Soul JukeBoxx, Rusty Yates, Minos The Saint, Big Band Hits by the LSU Jazz Ensemble and many more. Admission is free and everyone is invited!
Celebrate the arts while shopping the original artwork of over 90 local and national juried artists. The festival features exceptional fine arts and crafts, along with kid’s art activities in Children’s Village, live music from blues to classical, and a variety of Louisiana cuisines.