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The Annual Cirque du Lake Festival

September 18, 2020

The Annual Cirque du Lake Festival will be held on Lake Street in Shreveport on Friday, September 18 at 5:00 p.m. Admission is free.

Join us for another year of Cirque Du Lake and celebrate with neighbors and friends the expansion of Lake Street Design District. Festival-goers will enjoy food and live music. Vendors will fill the 400 block of Lake Street that will include local small businesses, nonprofits, art and décor, clothing and accessories, body products and custom gifts. Cirque du Lake is a festival intended to mimic the essence of a French market, where a collaboration of street vendors, entertainers and artisans alike come together to celebrate and serve the public.

The Annual Cirque du Lake Festival