Get all your fixin’s at this year’s Baton Rouge Soul Food stuff Competition

BATON ROUGE, La. (WAFB) – You can bet there will be a great deal of soul foods this weekend in Baton Rouge. The 5th Annual Baton Rouge Soul Food stuff Pageant is returning to the Cash City.

There will be a Pre-Social gathering Thursday, May perhaps 12 at Henry Turner Jr.’s Listening Space. Organizers mentioned the evenings’ enjoyment features performances by Henry Turner Jr. & Taste, the Listening Space All-Stars that include Larry ‘LZ’ Dillon, Kelton ‘Nspire Harper, Owen Scott and comic Eddie “Cool” Deemer.

Particular company are Poet Sir AP, Xavier Shorts and April Nicole.

You can bet there will be a whole lot of soul foods this weekend in Baton Rouge. The 5th Annual Baton Rouge Soul Meals Festival is returning to the Cash Town.

Tickets are $30.00 and involve a buffet.

The most important pageant will be on Saturday, May possibly 14 and Sunday, May well 15, from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. at River Front Plaza, 300 River Road South.

Organizers explained it is spouse and children-helpful and free of charge to the community. VIP tickets contain foodstuff, beverages, image ops and lined seating. For additional facts make sure you visit or contact 225-802-9681.

The 5th Annual Baton Rouge Soul Foodstuff Festival is returning to the Money Town.(Cali Hubbard)

The talent lineup for Saturday and Sunday features gospel, modern day Christian, soul, blues, R&B and rock. The exhibit opens at 11:30 a.m. with Mike Da’Kidd, a gospel rapper, adopted by gospel artist Tia Danielle, Pastor Leon Hitchens, blues singer/songwriter Larry “LZ” Dillon and modern Christian singer, Belwin J. Bruin.

At 2:00 p.m. Lisa Harris takes the stage with her tribute act to Tina Turner, followed by Priceless Lion a Hip Hop/rapper and Distinctive Olympian Hall of Famer. Robert “The Juice” Lenoir brings his design and style of soul and oldies to the pageant adopted by soul songstress Katrina and comedian Eddie “Cool” Deemer. Henry Turner Jr. & Taste provide their soul, blues/funk/reggae to the stage at 5:00 p.m., followed by Southern soul singer, April Nicole, R&B crooner, Xavier Shorts and closing out the pageant is the R&B/funk/jazz/blues/zydeco West Wind Band.

Sundays’ lineup opens at 11:30 with Priceless Lion, followed by poet Sir AP, Kelton ‘Nspire Harper and the Inspiration Band and Latin songstress Jessi Campo from Miami.

You can test the web site for expertise lineup adjustments.

The Soul Meals Cooking Contest winners for Entrees and Facet Dishes will be declared at 2:40 p.m. on Saturday and the winners in the Appetizers, Desserts and Beverages will be announced Sunday at 4:00 p.m.

An After-Celebration will be held at The 1-2-1 club positioned at 121 Conference Avenue in Baton Rouge beginning at 9 p.m.

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