A closer look at Pinch A Palooza entertainment

Deanie’s Seafood’s sixth-annual Pinch A Palooza is right around the corner and we are getting excited about this year’s live music and entertainment lineup! We hand selected a lineup of traditional Southern and New Orleans’ favorites to produce the ultimate South Louisiana festival experience.

We already gave you a sneak peek at entertainment, including Amanda Shaw & The Cute Guys, Mardi Gras Indians Big Chief Romeo & the Ninth Ward Hunters and Vince Vance & The Valiants, and now we want to share more on the rest of the entertainment we have in store for April 19!

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We are excited to have Chansons et Soûlards joining us at Pinch A Palooza for the first time this year. From Southwest Louisiana, their traditional Cajun dance hall folk music makes you feel right at home and unable to resist the urge to get out of your seat and start dancing. See the band in action at a festival in Austin here and get ready to get your Cajun on with them!

Bill & Temperance


From Jackson, Miss., Bill and Temperance will be returning to the Pinch A Palooza stage for the second time!The crowd just couldn’t get enough of their combination of vocals, fiddle, acoustic guitar and melodic bluegrass sounds last year. See Bill & Temperance performing at a festival in Jackson, Miss. here.

610 Stompers



Most of you probably recognize the 610 Stompers from Mardi Gras parades and events around New Orleans. They are New Orleans’ most popular all-male charitable dance troupe, ordinary men with extraordinary moves. The 610 Stompers have been at Pinch A Palooza since almost the beginning (this is their 4th year!), and each year the crowd can’t stop smiling when they break out their quirky dance moves and routines to popular party music.

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Deanie’s is also pleased to have New Orleans Karma making their debut at Pinch A Palooza this year! They will close out the festival with a bang with their young and energetic New Orleans party vibe and music ranging from Sinatra and Journey to favorite 80’s rock and the hits of today. Check out a live festival performance by Karma here.

We hope to see you at Deanie’s Pinch A Palooza Festival & Crawfish Eating Contest on April 19 in Bucktown! The fun starts at 11 a.m., and we’ll party all day long until 9:30 p.m.


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