Campbell Chamber of Commerce to Host “Boogie on the Bayou Festival”

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The Campbell Chamber of Commerce is hosting their annual event called “Boogie on the Bayou”

Campbell Chamber of Commerce Boogie on the Bayou Festival

Boogie on the Bayou has never been less than a fun and fantastic family event

The Campbell Chamber of Commerce’s annual “Boogie on the Bayou” will be held on May 21 and 22 in downtown Campbell. This free, two-day community event is expected to host between 50,000 and 60,000 people. Participants will have the opportunity to enjoy local entertainment, which will include live music, dance groups, and arts and crafts booths.

“Boogie on the Bayou has never been less than a fun and fantastic family event,” said Neil Collins, CEO of Campbell Chamber of Commerce. “The event features authentic Cajun music and food. It’s the closest thing to New Orleans you’ll find west of the Mississippi.”

In addition to music and arts and crafts booths, numerous local food vendors will serve both domestic and international cuisine and beer, wine and soft drinks. A children’s area will feature games and a prize wheel courtesy of KRTY radio.

The Campbell Chamber of Commerce encourages the whole family to come out for one or both days of the event to enjoy all of the fun and entertainment Campbell has to offer. Please be aware that no pets are allowed at this event except service animals.

For more information about Boogie on the Bayou or any Campbell Chamber of Commerce events or services, call them at (408) 378-6252 or visit them on the web at

About Campbell Chamber of Commerce
Campbell Chamber of Commerce has historically provided local Campbell businesses with an added measure of security by hosting business-to-business opportunities for sharing advice, political representation and customer introductions. The Chamber is a voluntary association of business people working together to foster a good business climate, improve their community, provide information about the community, create opportunities for business involvement and encourage ethical business practices.


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