Bayou Brothers rock Seaport Village!

Visitors to Seaport Village in San Diego rock out to the Bayou Brothers!
Visitors to Seaport Village in San Diego rock out to the Bayou Brothers!

I walked quite a bit today. As I passed through Seaport Village, my ears caught some music coming from the East Plaza Gazebo.

The Bayou Brothers were rocking, and people were dancing to cool Zydeco music like crazy!  It felt like a slice of Mardi Gras!  I love it!

As I walked along San Diego's Embarcadero today, I noted a lot of energy around Seaport Village's East Plaza Gazebo.
As I walked along San Diego’s Embarcadero today, I noted a lot of energy around Seaport Village’s East Plaza Gazebo.
Look at all the happy people dancing! It's hard to keep still when an awesome Zydeco band is playing!
Look at all the happy people dancing! It’s hard to keep still when an awesome Zydeco band is playing!
The Bayou Brothers, based in El Cajon, is a well known local band. Their infectious, toe-tapping music features accordion, keyboards, guitar, bass, and even rubboard!
The Bayou Brothers, based in El Cajon, is a well known local band. Their infectious, toe-tapping music features accordion, keyboards, guitar, bass, and even a fun rubboard!
It's hard to stand still! The Bayou Brothers add wonderful vitality to a Sunday afternoon in Seaport Village!
It’s hard to stand still! The Bayou Brothers add wonderful vitality to a Sunday afternoon in Seaport Village.

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Richard Schulte

Downtown San Diego has been my home for many years. My online activities reflect my love for writing, blogging, walking and photography.

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