Louisiana Corn Festival


The Louisiana Corn Festival is held every year the second full weekend in June. The festival and slogan "Aw Shucks" originated in 1986 and still is the only corn festival in the state of Louisiana. The name Louisiana Corn Festival was given to honor the impact that agriculture has on our economy and a Corn Farmer is honored each year. This festival has something for all ages. There is music every night with live bands Friday and Saturday night with a street dance, games, contests, corn cooking contest, children's parade, pirogue races, corn shucking contest and corn eating contest! We also host a state wide softball tournament. With thousands of visitors each year our family friendly atmosphere makes the Louisiana Corn Festival an annual event to attend for families across our great state of Louisiana! All proceeds of the festival are put back into the community, festival grounds, and projects throughout the city. So follow the rows of corn down to Bunkie, where you are sure to have a corn shucking good time!!

Bunkie will celebrate the 33nd Annual Corn Festival. Carnival Bracelets to ride all night on Thursday & Friday are $20 if purchased in advance, at the gate and day of will be $25. Saturday all day bracelets are $25 and individual ride tickets are available for purchase. Gate Entrance is $4 for 21 and up and $1 for 20 and below. Thursday’s Family night has no gate entrance fee. Our city wide parade will roll Saturday at 10am. Join our community this year and help us celebrate 32 years!