The Mississippi Coast Coliseum in Biloxi has announced the musical lineup for the 28th Annual Crawfish Festival occurring April 14th to 18th, 2021. Despite the 2020 cancellation of the event due
The Mississippi Coast Coliseum in Biloxi has announced the musical
lineup for the 28th Annual Crawfish Festival occurring April 14th
to 18th, 2021. Despite the 2020 cancellation of the event due to
COVID, this year the event will roll on!
Along with a wide variety of celebrated musicians, the
parking area on the beach side of the coliseum will be home to a midway with rides,
games, music stage and seating, food, cold beer, and the 2021 Crawfish Cook-Off
The Crawfish Cook-Off Competition will occur on Saturday,
April 17. You and your four person team can enter the competition for only $50 which
gives you the chance to win Best Crawfish Boiler and Peoples Choice. Not only
will trophies be awarded but the Judges winners will receive cash: 1st
place winner gets $1,200, 2nd place $800 and People’s Choice winner
For information on how to enter visit:
Only 25 teams will be accepted, so get your entry in soon.
For the public ‘tasting tickets’ will be available for
purchase on the day of the cook-off. Those tickets will allow the bearer inside
the roped off Cook-Off area, a plate from each team and the right to vote for
People’s Choice winner.
For the music venue, it is a limited reserved seating event.
Tickets go on sale Friday, Feb. 26 at 10 am and there will be a radio presale
on Thursday Feb. 28 at 10 am. Tickets are $30 and up and can be purchased at
the ticket master coliseum box office.
Featured artists for April 16 will be:
Cole Jones, from Hurley will present downhome deep south
Frank Foster, a Louisiana native and former oilfield man
will play a variety of his many Billboard Country Chart winners.
Riley Green, an Alabama native and Music Row Breakout artist
of the year will play his country music winners.
April 17 will present:
Niko Moon, a Texas native raised in Georgia, who plays a
unique paring of hip-hop & country described as real ‘feel good’ music.
Hardy is self-described as a “loud and rowdy modern country” musician.
Jon Langston from Georgia will blast from the stage.
Blackberry Smoke, a 5 artist band will bring on ‘southern
rock’ from their #1 Billboard Country Album.
Many other artists will be presented throughout the five day event, such as:
After Midtown, a duo of two small town guys with a passion
Tall Boys who have played the last four years at the
Crawfish Music Festival and describe themselves as the ‘trashiest redneck band
The Chitlins, a 5 member band who present ‘southern fried
rock and blues.’
Other notable artists will include: Trey Lewis, Kameron Marlowe,
and Chris Flowers & Louisiana
So hurry and get your tickets now for the once and a year
april 14 (Wednesday) - 18 (Sunday)