NOTE : New start time 2pm

A KentFolk Event

Cajun Dance
Dindon Sauvage.

2 piece Fiddle led Cajun Band

Littlebourne Thatched Barn

Yves-Langlois - Cajun Fiddler extraordinaire.

Dindon Sauvage

Cajun dancers in full flow
Cajun dancers in full flow

Dance to the Steamy Rhythms
of the Louisiana Swamps.

Here in Kent we have had some excellent Cajun music. Dindon Sauvage is led by fiddler/song-writer Yves Langlois, a Cajun songster/fiddler of international calibre, currently voted Cajun fiddler no. 2 in Europe, but also respected in the US of A, and currently paying a rare visit back to Kent from his new home with Karen and babe in France,
Chris Taylor, on guitar, accordion and harmonica, is a deeply skilled multi-talented player, who appears regularly at Leeds Castle.
Expect some very enjoyable and highly danceable music from them.

Don't know Cajun Dancing ? - don't worry - it is the greatest dance-form I know, and there is a dance workshop at 2.00pm with Kay Anderson and Satu Philips, excellent dance teachers - come along and give it a try, it is included in the ticket price. Do not worry if you do not have a partner, dancing with others is the way one keeps learning.

The venue is the most marvelous 1350s Thatched Barn in Littlebourne - longest in the country, and an experience on its own - a wonderful place for good music.

Doors open 1pm, if you want to come early to eat, bring your own food, drink, utensils ...
This is a thatched barn, so any smoking only outside barn yard gate.

2pm Sunday 25th May 2008

Doors Open 1 pm
Cajun Dance Workshop 2 - 2:30 pm
Cajun Dance 2.30 - 4.30 pm.

More info :
£8 combined ticket,
Tel: 01227 721 736 - Mob: 07875 170 593 - email:

Buy your Tickets over the Web

Littlebourne Thatched Barn,
(next to St.Vincents church, at the intersection of Jubilee Rd. and Church Rd.)
Littlebourne, Kent. CT3 1TU
(on A257, Canterbury to Wingham)
Information on barn :

Oh and just down the road in Sandwich will be a most excellent gig the same evening, with Truckstop Honeymoon (New Orleans, pre-Hurricane Katrina) and the remarkable local group The Dealers, and also Delta Tom and Nigel Feist - for their tickets see - their doors open 6:30, so why not eat locally (two pubs in local vilages are having beer festivals - see and make a Louisiana Day of it ...

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