3rd Annual Natchez Soul Food Fusion Festival
The 3rd Annual Natchez Soul Food Festival returns from June 17–19 2022, bringing a melting pot filled with culture, flavor, and good times on the mighty Mississippi.
This ticket listing is for WHITE LINEN NIGHT
Saturday, June 18
500 Block of Commerce Street • 6pm–9:30pm
A soul food fusion festival in the heart of downtown Natchez.
Let's Keep the Party Going
Official After Parties
Join us at Rolling River Reloaded
Featuring "DJ Lil West "
408 Main Street Natchez, MS 39120
Late Nights on Main Street
Join us at Locus Alley
Dance the Night away
It's a Pub hopper kind of night
Be sure to also check out Friday's BBQ Blues and Brews and Sunday's Lazy Magnolia Brunch. Want to attend all three events? Get your ticket package by clicking HERE.
Lazy Magnolia Brunch
Sunday, June 19
Natchez NAPAC African American Museum • 11 am–1 pm
Featuring brunch and bottomless mimosas in the shade with Chef Rita and friends.
Want to attend all three events? Get your ticket package here.
Jarita Frazier-King, Founder of the Soul Food Fusion
want to share with you the motivation behind our event and logo design. Soul Food Fusion Festival was designed to highlight the culinary and cultural contributions of African Americans and Native Americans in the Natchez Area. The wooden spoon was often the only worldly possession owned by an individual of color. It was common practice to pass these culinary items and other family heirlooms upon one's death. Wooden spoons were among the keepsakes passed along. For some people, wooden spoons hold emotional attachments and special memories with family. Wood retains memories in ways that metal and plastic cannot express. It shows signs of use, aging and they even may appear to have taken a beating. It changes color and texture, wears and ages, and even changes shapes. No matter what the spoon looks like, it always gives food the perfect fusion. This is why I selected the wooden spoon as the official logo and keepsake of this festival. It also reminds me of my community; no matter what it looks like, it takes a good mixture of everyone's heritage and culture to make up this community. My hopes are for you to enjoy, admire and appreciate the culture of our community. Join us to commune at our featured street-long family dinner table. This year, we would like to invite you to our kitchen table and invite you to the BBQ Blues and Brews event and the Lazy Magnolia Sunday Brunch. We will be so honored to have our visitors and a special guest join us for a white linen night and feel right at home "Just like family.""