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BeauSoleil avec Michael Doucet

Date/Time

Jun 21, 2013

Description

“The best Cajun band in the world!”
—Garrison Keillor, Prairie Home Companion

Grammy winners and 11-time nominees (including a 2010 nomination for their latest CD “Alligator Purse” ­ Best Zydeco or Cajun Album) BeauSoleil are the best known and most highly respected Cajun band in the world. Over the past 35 years, they have spearheaded a movement that rescued Cajun culture from an almost mythical obscurity and instead catapulted the music to national recognition led by their bandleader and National Heritage Fellow Michael Doucet.

“BeauSoleil avec Michael Doucet, they play music that’s honest to the bone!”  —Allen Toussaint

Cost

Reserved Front & Center $39, General Admission $33, Members $28

Location

View map Colonial Theatre, Bethlehem
2050 Main Street
Bethlehem, NH

Additional Information

Sponsor

Colonial Theatre

Phone

(603) 869-3422 info

Contact name

Stephen Dignazio

Contact email

gotoshow@bethlehemcolonial.org

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