First annual ‘Bayouval’ music festival coming to campus in September

ULM Hawkeye

The first annual bayou festival, or “Bayouval,” will be held Sept. 17 here at ULM.

Money raised at the event will go toward funding scholarships for students in the School of Visual and Performing Arts.

The festival will include performances from rock bands like Code Blue and the Flatliners as well as special guests.

There will be local food vendors, festival posters, t-shirts and commemorative CDs for sale.

Admission for ULM students is $10 and tickets are available now on the ULM Alumni Association website.

The festival will be held in Bayou Pointe and is planned to last from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m., with a pre-event reception at 4 p.m. only for patrons of the event. 

Patron tickets are priced at $100 and buyers will enjoy a performance by the ULM Jazz Ensemble as well as an art show sale at the patron party.

General admission to the public costs $25.