Cajun and Zydeco dance enthusiasts who want to keep the music of Louisiana alive and thriving in Atlanta have joyfully formed the Atlanta Cajun Zydeco Association. Everybody loves a party! And what better way to “Let the Good Times Roll” than with a Cajun two-step or a Zydeco syncopated slide? If you play well with others and are looking for the chance to get your groove on, this is the place for you. Welcome. Links to recent stories describing the fun are below.
SATURDAY - September 13 –
ACZA - Curley Taylor and Zydeco Trouble
Knights of Columbus Post 660
2620 Buford Highway, Atlanta, GA 30324 (KOC Map )
Intermediate lesson from 4:00-6:00 PM with Cheri Mullenix and Anthony Lewis ( $15 ACZA members/$20 non-ACZA members) For more information and to register, call Cheri at 770-975-0823 or email Anthony at email@example.com. Also click on Classes to the left.
Beginner's lesson from 7:00-8:00 PM with Don Baggett and Amanda Robinson (Free with Dance).
Dance from 8-11 PM;
$18 / $5 students / $14 ACZA members
We are always happy to welcome Curley Taylor & Zydeco Trouble back to Atlanta! Hailing from Sunset, Louisiana, Curley is the son of Zydeco legend Jude Taylor. He played drums in his father's band, for Steve Riley, and for Geno Delafose's French Rockin' Boogie before striking out on his own as a bandleader, earning praise for his energetic yet soulful sound. Curley and his band bring lots of Louisiana music to the stage, flavored with the blues, soul, and of course, Zydeco. The vocals and unique Motown styling of the band make for a truly memorable evening of dancing. For more information about this band, visit Curley Taylor and Zydeco Trouble . Authentic Cajun food for sale from Fusions Catering From 6 to 9 & Cash Bar.
ACZA Suggestions for overflow parking
Future dances with Louisiana Bands at Knights of Columbus
For ACZA Out of Town Guests
It's about a mile from the KoC. Rates are $52.99 single, $62.99 double, and $72.99 suite.
Contact Microtel Inn & Suites, 1840 Corporate Blvd, Atlanta, GA 30329, 404-325-4446, and ask for the ACZA rate.