Rue Vermillion Sunset

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It was amazing to me that I found free parking in downtown Lafayette directly behind the Acadiana Center for the Arts, where the James Hunter concert was being held. As I was walking to the center’s entrance, I was even more amazed by the beautiful sunset in the west over Lafayette’s Rue Vermillion.

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