With the joie de vivre (love of life) in Iberville Parish, just about any event becomes a party! View our events calendar below for upcoming festivals and events throughout the parish.
Want to add your event to the parish tourism calendar?
Submit your event information below for consideration.
GUIDELINES FOR SUBMISSION: Only tourism-related events (i.e. events with the potential to attract an audience from outside the immediate Iberville Parish area) will be considered*. An event should be of interest to, and open to, the general public. Also, organizer contact information must be included: phone number, email and/or website address.
Events NOT likely to be considered: exceedingly localized events such as educational classes and workshops; cocktail receptions and happy hours; summer camp programs; church, civic and community meetings/functions; graduations and homecomings; family or class reunions and events that primarily draw specific groups such as scouts and school groups.
If the event is cancelled or the details change after you have submitted an event, please submit a contact us request through the form.
*Submissions may be edited at the discretion of the parish tourism department.
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Join Heather Veneziano in learning the Do's and Don'ts of grave cleaning and preservation. Heather Veneziano lives in New Orleans, where she owns and operates Gambrel & Peak, a multifaceted historic preservation consulting firm. She holds advanced degrees in studio-based craft including a BFA from the University of the Arts, an MFA from the University of Edinburgh, and a Masters in Preservation Studies from Tulane University. She has lectured nationally and internationally on her work and has authored numerous conference…Find out more »
Come enjoy a five-course meal served in our Randolphs Ballroom complete with wine pairings for each course and a discussion about the wines served. To view the full menu and purchase tickets visit Nottoway.com.Find out more »
Experience authentic Cajun life! Art, food, crafts and music by Terry & the Zydeco Bad Boys. Free family fun along Bayou Grosse Tete! On Saturday, October 6, 2018, experience the authenticity of Cajun life at the Iberville “Swamp Life Expo”, the official kick-off to Louisiana’s month-long “Experience Atchafalaya Days” event series taking place throughout the Atchafalaya National Heritage Area. Enjoy a display of local art, food, craftsmanship and music of the region through hands-on demonstrations and cultural displays of the…Find out more »
Enjoy the Water Ceremony on the banks of Bayou Plaquemine at the Plaquemine Waterpark. The Water Ceremony begins as the sun goes down and torches in the bayou are lit. The canoes, paddled by Indians, begin their journey down Bayou Plaquemine carrying the Indian Princesses as they herald the way for Evangeline. Fireworks and music complete the event at the park. The weekend finishes the festival with a lively, Sunday (10/20), morning Parade, which rolls through the heart of the City For…Find out more »
Celebrating a 50-year Plaquemine-honored tradition – Annual Festival since 1969 Presentation of Evangeline and her Indian Maidens is held on Saturday, October 21 on Bayou Plaquemine, immediately following the 4 PM Mass at St. John the Evangelist Roman Catholic Church. The lively Festival Parade is held on Sunday at 10:30 AM The parade will begin at the Carl F. Grant Civic Center, Belleview Road (La Hwy 75) and end at Main St. For a full list of activities download the…Find out more »
A Plaquemine-honored tradition, which rolls through the heart of the City. Parade Route - The parade will begin at the Carl F. Grant Civic Center, Belleview Road (La Hwy 75) and end at Main St. Marching groups, dancing groups, bands, boy /girl Scouts, businesses, and political candidates are welcome to participate. Please contact Guy Ruggiero to register. Guy Ruggiero 225.687.3778(w) 225.268.2533(Cell) For a full list of activities, download the event flyer.Find out more »