The Isleton Chamber of Commerce announces its "Isleton Crawdad Festival 2008" during Father's Day weekend, June 13, 14 & 15, 2008. Isleton, which offers scenic, riverfront elements and historic significance to the State of California and its residents, prepares for 50,000 guests and visitors to this highly anticipated, annual festival.
Join us in celebrating the tradition of Louisiana-style family fun, with plenty of hot crawdads for everyone, as well as other food vendors and lots of crafts booths. We will also have live entertainment and will be updating this website periodically and listing the bands that will participate.
Event: "Isleton Crawdad Festival 2008" Presented by the Isleton Chamber of Commerce.
Friday, 12 noon – 10 p.m.
Saturday, 10 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Sunday, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Location: Downtown Isleton at Highway 160 Plus NEW & EXPANDED 6th Street Venue
Cost: $5.00 General Admission, children 12 and under free
Information: (916) 777-5880 For media inquiries to cover the event, please contact Linda at the Isleton Chamber of Commerce.
Boat Shuttle: Sprit of Sacramento will run between Rio Vista & Isleton & have a lunch Cruise Prices & Times to be announced
Bus Shuttle: Shuttle Service is available from the Sacramento Convention Center. To sign up click here www.travel.meetup.com/1199 or call (916) 443-8741
The Isleton Crawdad Festival, presented by the Isleton Chamber of Commerce, is the largest consumption of crawdads outside of Louisiana. Over a 3-day period, the small town of Isleton, CA (Population 860) will hold the 23rd Annual Crawdad Festival on Father's Day weekend. The City of Isleton is in the "heart of the California Delta" between antioch and Sacramento on Highway 160. The Crawdad Festival is a real Delta festival geared for the entire family.
The Festival has been Isleton's signature event since 1986, regularly drawing 50,000 or more people to the tiny Delta town with a fun mix of spicy food and Cajun music.
More than 24,000 pounds of boiled crawfish will be consumed in just 3 days, and perhaps as much beer and wine. We will have bands playing Cajun, blues, and jazz sounds. There's also a mile of craft vendor booths. A carnival and a special area for young children will also offer a variety of games and fun.