Bach is back!

Well, almost; it fires up March 6 with its best lineup yet of indigenous music at Parc Sans Souci.

The spring 2015 Bach Lunch concert series lineup is out. It’s a doozy, chockablock full of some of the best, most authentic indigenous music groups in Acadiana beginning on March 6 with traditional season opener Les Freres Michot, a Cajun band that is as old-school as it gets.

Held beginning at noon on Fridays in Parc Sans Souci Downtown, Bach Lunch is a biannual fundraiser for the Lafayette Science Museum. The concert series is free and attendees are encouraged to buy box lunches provided by local restaurants. The music begins at noon and goes until 1 p.m.; concert-goers are encouraged to arrive early for lunch as supplies are limited.

Here’s the spring 2015 lineup:

March 6
Les Freres Michot

(traditional Cajun music featuring members of one of Acadiana’s most famous musical families)
Food provided by Bailey’s Seafood and Grill, iMonelli and Johnson’s Boucaneire

March 13
The Band Courtbouillon

(Grammy-winning Cajun trio featuring Wayne Toups, Steve Riley and Wilson Savoy)
Food: O’Charley’s Restaurant, Poupart’s Bakery and Teak’s Sports Bar & Grill

March 20
Terry Huval, Jambalaya Cajun Trio

(traditional Cajun led by LUS Director Terry Huval)
Ema’s Cafe, Great Harvest Bread Co. and Joey’s Specialty Foods

**March 27
Geno Delafose & French Rockin’ Boogie

(Zydeco music by Acadiana’s favorite Creole cowboy)
Creole Lunch House, Hub City Diner, Roly Poly and Zea’s Rotisserie & Grill

April 3
Sweet Cecilia

(Nouveau Cajun and folk music by a delightful trio including daughters of the late-great Al Berard)
Chick –Fil-A, Deano’s Pizza and O’Charley’s Restaurant

April 10
The Rayo Brothers

(Indie rock meets bluegrass by one of Lafayette’s most popular non-Cajun bands)
Artmosphere Bistro, Deano’s Pizza and Jefferson Street Pub

April 17
The Magnolia Sisters

(Grammy-nominated, all-female Cajun band led by chanteuse Ann Savoy)
Creole Lunch House, O’Charley’s Restaurant and Poupart’s Bakery

April 24
Sunny Duval & Friends

(A Festival International blue-plate special of Quebecois guitar- and garage rock by one of Canada’s favorite sons)
Antoni’s, Artmosphere Bistro, Chris’ Po Boys, The French Press, Hub City Diner and Joey’s Specialty Meats