Updated: Jan 23, 2018
The Louisiana Sugar Cane Festival has been a consistent and unwavering force in the State of Louisiana since 1941.
In late September each year, the small town of New Iberia and the surrounding sugar-producing parishes of Louisiana celebrate this vibrant crop and its farming families.
Our autumnal waves of cane are the backbone of our state and its communities. We are blessed, indebted and honored to promote and protect this heritage deep within the fields of the great State of Louisiana.