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On Sale March 6th!


Discount tickets available online
March 6th & available at many
Rosewood Drive Businesses!


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our pre-sale outlets and register for a
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Crawl, Don’t Walk to the Rosewood Crawfish Festival

The Greater Rosewood Merchants Association is gearing up to bring some infamous Creole cuisine to the Midlands! From 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., on 5/6/17, lovers of all things Creole and Cajun are invited to Rosewood Drive to take part in one of the city’s favorite celebrations, featuring over 10,000 pounds of fresh Louisiana grown crawfish.  If crawfish aren’t your thing, lots of other tasty treats will be available for your dining pleasure.

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Laissez Les Bon Temps Rouler!

Once again in 2017, festival planners are bringing you tasty Creole crustaceans, and a great line-up of live music with over 15 bands playing on four stages. Again this year, the Li’l Crawdaddy Carnival has been expanded and moved to the area in front of Publix providing nearly a full city block of rides, games and entertainment for the li’l (and big) crawdaddys to enjoy.  All this fun… it’s no wonder over 10,000 people come to Rosewood each year to let the good times roll!

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Want a great way to kick-off your visit to the Rosewood Crawfish Festival?

Come run with us! Over 700 Runners participate each year! The race starts at 9 a.m. and participants will be the FIRST in the gate to enjoy post race refreshments. All participants will receive a FREE entry to the Rosewood Crawfish Fest ($15 value) and an official Race T-Shirt!

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The Crawfish Countdown is On!

Get your tickets NOW for the 12th Annual Rosewood Crawfish Festival!

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A Full Day of Family Fun!

More than music and crustaceans, the Rosewood Crawfish Fest let’s the good times roll for the entire family!  Check out this fun for the whole family list of activities at this year’s fest!

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Building Community

Giving back is important and that’s why a majority of festival proceeds go to improve public safety, finance cleanup initiatives, install bike racks and various other community improvement projects.