Freedom and Heroes Concert featuring The Zydeco Dots, Sunday, January 17th at 6:00 pm
Time: 6-8:30 pm
Cost: $10 per person (21 years and up in age)
Come celebrate Freedom and Heroes including Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr’s legacy. We are grateful for the courage and leadership for all the men and women of this great world we live in. Please bring a picture of your hero to show and share. We will celebrate them with The Zydeco Dots performing, delicious food (see menu below) and award winning Haak Wine served.
The Zydeco Dots, more commonly referred to just as The Dots, originated in 1987. Back then, Zydeco music itself was advancing in popularity and The Dots were about to do their part. Although Zydeco music was born in southern Louisiana the music had been played in the gulf coast region from the Florida panhandle to south Texas since the early 1900's. Clifton Chenier (The King of Zydeco) gave the music its name and brought Zydeco to a new level. In Houston, Texas, during the mid 80's, the music was still relatively obscure. The Dots, based in Houston, brought Zydeco to venues where the music had never been heard before. Since then, The Zydeco Dots have won numerous awards and have been voted best Zydeco band by the Houston Press. The Dots have backed up many accordion players over the years including such notables as C J Chenier, Pierre Blanchard, Leon Sam, Pierre Stout, Wilfred Chavis, Lil Jabo, Ted Pacholik, Paul Richard, Lil Willie Davis, Lonnie Mitchell, Wilbert Thibideaux, and Promising new-comer Lil Pop's
No pets, outside food or drink allowed. You may bring your own wine glass if you would like to drink from a wine glass as on concert days, we serve out of plastic ware. You can also bring your own lawn chair as ours are available on a first come first serve basis.
Haak Burger $11
1/3 pound Black Angus beef patty, cooked to perfection, with cheddar cheese, lettuce, onion, and pickles. On a toasted sweet sourdough bun. Served with French fries