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    2017 Voice of the Wetlands Festival
    October 13-14-15, 2017

    We would like to welcome you all to the 2017 14th Annual Voice of the Wetlands Festival in Houma, LA. This year we are excited to bring you the best in Cajun Cuisine, Louisiana Crafts, Music, Art, and Good Times all wrapped in our special atmosphere. Join us on the Ponderosa in the wetlands of Terrebonne Parish at 5403 West Park, Houma, Louisiana 70364.

    STAY AND CAMP – Sign up for our camping and safely stay all night and enjoy the late night jam sessions that have become the talk of the area. Sign up to camp here!

    After the main stage closes we kick off the ultimate jam session at our Wetlands Rambles that run late through the night into the morning it is perfect for the campers. Come Join us on October 13, 14, and 15th for the 14th Annual 2017 Voice of the Wetlands Festival and bring the kids to our small animal zoo and kids area. Make the 2017 Voice of the Wetlands part of your October 13-15 family weekend. Come fall in love with the Wetlands and you too will see how special they are.

    It all starts Friday October 13, 2017.

    2017 Festival Line Up


    Friday October 13
    The Friday Night Guitar Fights feat Tab Benoit, Josh Garrett, Colin Lake, and Ed WillsTHE TRIO – George Porter Jr, Johnny Vidacovich, Brian StoltzThe FortifiersSam Price and the True Believers

    Colin Lake

    Josh Garrett

    Wetlands Ramble Mid Night Till….

    Saturday October 14

    Tab Benoit

    Big Chief Monk Boudreaux & the Golden Eagles

    Honey Island Swamp Band

    Don Rich

    Waylon Thibodeaux

    Ed Wills Band

    Johnny Sansone

    The Mark Stone Band

    The Jeff McCarty Band

    Margie Perez

    Nonc Nu and the Wild Matous

    Johnny Stassi and the Wild Hares

    Wetlands Ramble Mid Night Till….

    Sunday October 15

    Louisiana’s Leroux featuring Jimmy Hall & Tab Benoit

    Chubby Carrier and the Bayou Swamp Band

    John “Papa” Gros

    Dash Rip Rock

    Waylon Thibodeaux Band

    Dave Jordan and the Neighborhood
    Improvement Association

    Danny Alexander Band

    The Colin Lake Band

    Nonc Nu and the Wild Matous

    The Heath Ledet Band

    Roland Cheramie Cajun Band

    Baton Rouge Music School Presents TOAST

    Wetlands Ramble 10 pm Till….

    One way to stay all night and not miss anything is sign up for camping. Tents and RVs are welcomed and afford you to enjoy the music and company of new and old friends. Visit our camping page and SIGN UP.


    The magic of a jam session between musicians that have never performed together is undeniable. Local musicians and touring Artist explore the Art of Music to create a festival experience that has become a favorite for many. It’s one more reason to get your tent or RV to the festival grounds and stay all night.


    Phone: (985) 876-0584 – http://www.hammondsairservice.com

    Further your Voice of the Wetlands Experience and fly over the wetlands with Hammonds Air Service. See it for your self from the great blue skies as you travel over fresh water estuaries, the beautiful bayous to the depleting swamps of South Louisiana. Hammond’s is experienced and knows how to tell the story. Hammonds Air Service has been making this learning experience enjoyable for our festival goers for over 10 years.



    THE RED DOG SALOON!

    Line-Up Coming Soon!

    Voice of the Wetlands Cajun Food Experience
    (Subject to Additions)Shrimp Etouffe’AlligatorSaucePiquanteChicken CajunSausageJambalayaSouthern

    Louisiana Gumbo

    Southern Fried Seafood

    All American Hamburgers/Hotdogs

    Chili Cheese Fritos

    French Fries

    Homemade Desserts

    Assorted Alcohol and Non-Alcohol Beverages



     


  • Voice of the Wetlands – Events of Force Majeure


    Voice of the Wetlands shall not be held responsible for any events of Force Majeure (events or circumstances which are beyond the control and without the fault or negligence of Voice of the Wetlands) including but not limited to:

    Acts of God to include but not limited to adverse weather conditions regardless of severity, flood, fire or other physical natural disaster; and

    Acts of riot, war and hostilities, acts of terrorism, requisition or compulsory acquisition by any governmental or competent authority; and

    Acts of law enforcement for violation of the laws of the United States, the State of Louisiana, the Parish of Terrebonne and/or the City of Houma; and

    Acts of other persons or parties not associated with the Voice of the Wetlands organization whether they be generally permitted acts or forbidden acts by the Voice of the Wetlands organization; and

    Acts and/or physical properties of independent vendors, exhibitors and artists who are allowed by Voice of the Wetlands to exhibit and/or sell wares on Voice of the Wetlands Festival grounds; and

    Sound volume, noises and/or pressure waves caused by musical artistry on the festival grounds as well as aircraft or other aerial devices traveling over the festival area proper whether approved or forbidden.