What Morehouse May Madness Street Festival
When May 2nd, 2020
Where Bastrop, LA (located in northeast Louisiana)
Cost Free!
Morehouse May Madness is a street festival celebrating Morehouse Parish with the focus being on historic downtown Bastrop, LA. The festival features an art exhibit, an antique tractor exhibit, a motorbike exhibit, a classic car exhibit, awesome music, a kid zone, farmers market activities, (2) stages, a MMM5K Run and juried merchant and food vendors. All are located in the downtown Bastrop. If the men would rather play golf than enjoy the festivities downtown, a golf scramble is available for them to play in at Morehouse Country Club.

All proceeds from the festival are used to fund future MMM festivals and for community projects through Morehouse Beautification Inc. DBA Keep Morehouse Beautiful which is a 501-C-3 non-profit organization.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does it cost?

Admission to the event is completely FREE!

What is there to do at the event?

Activities include an art exhibit, an antique tractor exhibit, a motorbike exhibit, a classic car exhibit, two stages of entertainment with lots of music under a tarp, an updated and improved kid zone, farmers market activities, a golf scramble, a 5K run and much more. There will be even a visit from Miss Louisiana.

Where will the activities be held?

All activities will take place in the historic district of Bastrop except for the following:

Golf Scramble Morehouse Country Club at 1729 Gladney Drive and the MMM5K Run which will finish at the Morehouse Parish Courthouse.

How Can I Become a Vendor?

To apply to become a food or merchant vendor click here. Read the guidelines and submit a completed application. Please note that this is a juried event.

Where Do the Proceeds Go?

Proceeds from sponsors and vendors go to future Morehouse May Madness Street Festival events and to Keep Morehouse Beautiful to be used for downtown improvements.

Where can I park?

Entering Bastrop on West Jefferson - behind Bastrop Beauty School and across from the Morehouse Corner's Office, turn left off of West Jefferson into a historic downtown Bastrop parking area - you are welcome to park there at no cost

Entering Bastrop on West Jefferson - at the intersection of Vine St. and East Jefferson on the right is a large parking area that you are welcome to park in at no cost courtesy of the First United Methodist Church

At various locations around the historic downtown district.