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Mardi Gras Ball Tickets On Sale Today!!!

26th Annual Cajun & Zydeco Mardi Gras Ball

The Cajun & Zydeco Mardi Gras Ball returns for its 26th year at Rhodes on the Pawtuxet on

Saturday, February 10, 2018 from 6:30 pm to midnight.

Grammy Winning Cajun Band
Beausoleil avec Michael Doucet

Nathan & the Zydeco Cha Chas

One More TBA

EVENT INFO:

Cajun & Zydeco Mardi Gras Ball, Saturday, February 10, 2018

Rhodes on-the-Pawtuxet, 60 Rhodes Place, Cranston, RI 02905

6:30 pm – midnight

Tickets Go On Sale – Tuesday, November 21 at 10am

Buy Tickets!

The ball features a costume contest with cash prizes in a variety of categories including:

best group, best couple, best individual and a Grand Prize of $250 for best overall costume.

Lodging available at the Rodeway Inn, 1940 Post Road, Warwick RI  02886
Rooms are $79 per night.  Ask for the Mardi Gras rate.

To benefit VSA Arts RI 

For more information, click here

 

 

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Rhythm & Roots Celebrates 20 Years

By: Chuck Hinman

September, 04, 2017

On Sunday, the 20th annual Rhythm and Roots music festival in Charlestown closed out with some great music, some wet weather and then a double rainbow. The music of Steve Riley and the Mamou Playboys sounded late into the night on Sunday at the Rhythm and Roots dance tent, a fitting end to another festival of Americana roots music and that specialty of the bayou, Cajun French dance grooves. This festival was the 20th incarnation of Rhythm & Roots, and Riley and band have been at every one. Drizzling rain, the remnants of Hurricane Harvey, made for soggy listening during the day, but by early evening, when Canada’s fiddling couple Natalie McMaster and Donnell Leahy took the stage, the sun had come out and sparked a double rainbow over the crowd. By the time Rosanne Cash appeared, there was an almost-full moon shining from clear skies.After her set, Cash had praise for the audience. “This crowd, I mean that was an impressive crowd. A lot of festivals you play, there are a lot of drunk people, they’re kind of crazy, they’re there for the ride,” she said. “But these people were there for the music. They were really listening. It was great.”Sunday in Charlestown

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