Cajun Country Rice Sound Stage is located at the Court Circle in front of the Court House. MORE INFO
Cajun Country Rice is a true product of Louisiana. Our rice is grown on Louisiana soil, by Louisiana farmers and milled and packaged at the historic Falcon Rice Mill in Crowley, Louisiana. Cajun Country Rice is a Louisiana original- and the only rice to use for authentic Cajun dishes and southern soul food because at Cajun Country we make good food great.
Cramer Sound Stage is located 3 Blocks South of the Court Circle on the corner of 4th and Parkerson Avenue. MORE INFO
Located in the Heart of Southwest Louisiana Rice Region.
Event starts Saturday, 9:45 AM at the Cajun Country Rice Sound Stage. This event will crown the International Rice Festival Queen.
Event starts Friday, 10:00 AM at the Cajun Country Rice Sound Stage. This event will crown the Junior King and Queen.
The annual Rice Creole and Cookery Contest is held Saturday of the festival. Entries from All Ages bring in prepared dishes.
Come for the Ride and Stay for the Festival! Stay and Party with us after the ride. Food, Grand Parade, Carnival, Arts and Crafts, Cold Beer.
Crowley High School Student Council's Annual 5K Rice Festival Run / Walk. Events starts at the Cajun Country Rice Sound Stage at 8 AM and awards are given out at 9:15 AM.
All Cars and Trucks and Motorcycles Welcome ! Beautiful setup at the Bank of Commerce parking lot at the corner of 3rd Street and Avenur G.
The annual Rice Grading Contest will be held on Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the USDA Federal Inspection Service, Grain Division Office, located on West Highway 90 in Crowley. Awarded to the winners on Friday at the Cajun Country Rice Sound Stage at 1 p.m.
Tickets available at the door and Children under 12 are FREE.
717 West Mill Street
Rice Festival Building.
The Outdoor Arts and Crafts on full display at Levy Park located just a couple of blocks from the downtown festival activities. CLICK HERE for Festival Map
The Crowley Garden Club proudly sponsors the Front Door Decorating Contest. MORE INFO
When it comes to eating rice, everyone is a winner, but for this special occasion we have challenged the champion eaters.
Entertaining stage performances from the Tumbling Teens and Tots.
One hour spectacular that focuses on the use of rice in the making of floats and decorations by Acadia Parish Schools.
Truly the Grandest for it is the Largest Festival Parade in the State. Over 100 units of Floats, Antique Cars, Marching Bands, and more.
Folks gather around in their lounge chairs to listen to these young artists compete in the Fiddle and Accordion Contest.
From far and wide come the Giant Frogs to compete. This is an exciting event to watch. You never know what these frogs will do or go.
LIVE Demonstration of Rice Threshing performed with an antique machine to demonstrate how it was done back in the day.
Carnival rides are provided by Reed Expositions. Ticket Information can be found - HERE
Sunday is Family Fun Day. Carnival Rides only from 12 PM to 6 PM. Tickets are $20.00 purchased at the Festival Sunday Only.