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Promo: YEP FEST Entertainment Lineup 

The party starts at 11 on Sunday, March 11

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YEP Fest is back for the second year with its signature pedicab race to raise money for the Youth Empowerment Project on Sunday, March 11. This year, they're upping the ante with a full lineup of great local performers to keep you entertained all day long. Check out some of the groups you'll see at the fest below.

Big Freedia
Known as the Queen of Bounce, Big Freedia is a New Orleans-based rapper and ambassador of Bounce music. A vibrant twist on hip-hop, Bounce music is characterized by call-and-response lyrics over rapid-fire beats and booty-shaking.

Sweet Crude
Indigenous to South Louisiana, Sweet Crude makes progressive Drum Pop music that embraces the region's French-speaking tradition, with the goal to keep the language relevant via art.

Water Seed
Water Seed has made a splash all around the country with their Future Funk sound, earning them over 250,000 downloads, album sales, and streams.

New Creations Brass Band
New Creations brings people together with their groovy, funky style of brass band music.

Krewe of the Rolling Elvi
The Krewe of Rolling Elvi entertains locals and tourists alike each year with their mob of scooter-riding Elvis impersonators.

Camel Toe Lady Steppers
Born out of a halloween costume in 2003, the Camel Toe Lady Steppers has grown to a 50-member all-female ensemble that showcases performances inspired by the traditions of parading, cabaret, camp, Fosse, and burlesque.

Hanville High School Marching Band
The Hanville High Marching Tiger Band performs in several Mardi Gras parades each season as well as regional marching competitions.

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