When and where
The 2017 Louisiana Book Festival is Oct. 28, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m, in downtown Baton Rouge at the State Library of Louisiana, the State Capitol, the Capitol Park Museum and nearby locations.
In addition to parking along the street, you will find parking lots near the Capitol. The Galvez Parking Garage (see our overview map) will be available as well.
Featured authors appearing at this year's festival may be found on the Featured Authors, Panelists and Other Participants page.
You may see a list of all exhibitors appearing at this year's Louisiana Book Festival on the Attending Exhibitor's page.
If you're interested in exhibiting at the Louisiana Book Festival, contact Lesli Gray at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Information centers are located in front of the State Capitol and at the corner of Spanish Town Road and N. 4th St. Centers provide information concerning special needs access; arrange sign language interpretation and on-site transportation for visitors with disabilities; and distribute maps, schedules and programs. Reproductions of the LBF program are available here as well.
Additional services include first aid and lost and found.
Free wheelchair accessible parking is available in the south parking lot of the State Library (enter from N. 3rd Street) and in designated spaces at the southeast corner of the Capitol. See our overview map.
On the day of the festival, those with special needs may request on-site transportation at either of the LBF information centers. Sign language interpretation is available upon request at the information centers. Service is limited and will be provided on a first come, first served basis.
Those with special needs who would like to make inquiries before the festival may call 225.219.9503.