One of the many stages at Jazz Fest is the Fais Do Do Stage. It features acts performing zydeco and Cajun music. The traditional cajun ball is known as the " fais do-do " in reference to the mothers who stamped their feet with impatience on the edge of the dance floor waiting for their children to get to sleep or "make do-do".
Normally, Roger is an excellent dancer. After quite a few beers yesterday, he started doing this goofy dance step accompanied by the white man's overbite. I had to get a picture of him in action. He won't be happy I posted this.
I was very happy to see lots of children at Jazz Fest this year. Here's a picture of a young fan in the crowd during Angélique Kidjo's performance.
|Fais Do Do
|White Man's Overbite