NRO again hosts the Cajun Crawfish Boil fundraiser
June 6, 2017
The Climax Molybdenum Company presents the fourth annual Cajun Crawfish Boil to benefit the National Repertory Orchestra this Friday, June 9. The ultimate Bayou experience will take place at the Riverwalk Center in Breckenridge. This year there is a special VIP ticket which gets you early access to the event. General admission patrons are admitted at 6:30 p.m.
This lively, boisterous celebration is a unique way to start the summer season. Crawfish, all the fixins' and desert beignets will be provided by The Lost Cajun Restaurant, hand crafted beer will be supplied by Broken Compass Brewing and Breckenridge Brewery, delicious drinks by the Breckenridge Distillery and tastings from Olive Fusion will also be available. The Lost Cajun restaurant has become a local institution serving up some of the finest Cajun food outside of the Big Easy. There will also be silent auction items to bid on throughout the evening. Music will be provided by Tony Trahan and the BlueKrewe. This group plays a mix of swampy Louisiana roots music straight from the bayous of south Louisiana. Tickets are $55 for VIP and $40 for GA. For ticket purchase and questions, call 970-547-3100 or visit NROMusic.com
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