Cajun Music & Dance Weekend

March 27 – 29, 2020
Welcome to a weekend of Cajun music and dance with the very finest tradition-bearers. We offer multiple levels of instruction in Cajun fiddle, accordion and dance, plus cultural discussions, jam sessions, parties, traditional food and more!

Click here to register now for Cajun Weekend!
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Online payment options
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Coming part-time? Click HERE to pay.
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This year’s featured instructors and performers include:
Chris Miller, advanced accordion
Charlie Terr, intermediate accordion
Gene Losey, beginning accordion
David Greely, advanced fiddle
Eric Mohring, intermediate fiddle
Brian O’Donnell, beginning fiddle
John Terr, guitar and tit fer (triangle)
Click here for the 2020 Cajun Weekend schedule!
Click here for the Facebook event page!
Cajun Weekend Scholarships
The late John Hugelen was a regular attendee of Folklore Village’s Cajun Weekend. His legacy lives on in the form of annual scholarships that provide musicians with financial assistance to attend music camps like this one that John and his wife Sandy loved. The John Hugelen Cajun Music Scholarship gives aspiring Cajun musicians an opportunity for unique immersion in Cajun music and culture.
Please note that this scholarship is not administered by Folklore Village.
See the scholarship website for more information on how to apply.
Folklore Village Work-Exchange Scholarships
Dishwashers are a critical part of making our festivals a logistical success, and by filling this role, you can attend Cajun Music & Dance Weekend for only $110!
As a dishwasher, you can expect to spend about an hour after each meal washing and putting away dishes. We are looking for four helpful folks to take on the task this year. Contact programs@folklorevillage.org for more information and to sign up. Help us help you!

 
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Cajun Weekend is funded in part by a grant from the Wisconsin Arts Board, with funds from the State of Wisconsin and the National Endowment for the Arts. 

Thanks also to Sandy Wilson for his continued support of Folklore Village’s Cajun Weekend.