La Asociación Española de Nueva Iberia

El Festival Español de Nueva Iberia ~ April 21, 22, & 23 

"Sweet Home New Iberia" / "Dulce Hogar Nueva Iberia" 

         Honoring our Past, Celebrating our Sweet Future...  





La Asociación Española de Nueva Iberia, Inc. (LAENI) is a nonprofit, volunteer organization incorporated in the City of New Iberia, Louisiana to serve as a vehicle for the recognition and promotion of the Spanish ancestry and culture in New Iberia and throughout Louisiana. LAENI, Inc. encourages, supports and directs programs and activities involving educational, culinary, music, and art exchanges while creating an awareness and deeper understanding of our local Spanish heritage.



Festival Donations & Sponsorship 

*Proceeds dedicated to New Iberia & Spain Student Exchange

Program and Activities & More...


Click Here to Download 2023 Sponsorship Letter

Special Thanks to our 2022 Sponsors

City of New Iberia

Alhaurin de la Torre

Muchas Gracias to our Festival Supporters and Sustainers

Musson Patout 

Preston Guillotte 

Judge Retired Robert Segura 

Delores Segura & Family 

Hilda & Floyd Curry 

Segura Farms 

Catherine & Donald Segura 

M & S Janitorial - Jack & Kim Martin 

Quail Tools

Ebrar Reaux

All About You

Nelwyn Hebert 

State Representative Beau Beaullieu 

McGee Scott Realty 

Laura McColm

Statewide Electricial Services

Iberia Sports & Rehabilitation 

Spanky's Remolding and Repairs

Cajun Rides



Board of Directors 2021

LAENI Board Members 

Brinkley Segura Lopez, President 

Ron Migues, Vice President

Darren Romero, Treasurer 

Dustin Johnson, Secretary

Michelle Blanchard 

Tessie Segura Dore

Donna Gary

Lauren Greig 

David Hulin

Heather Johnson

Brittany LeBlanc

Korie LeBlanc 

Chantel Peltier

Barry Segura 

Ricky Segura 

Linda Horton

Ashley Verret

James Viator

Honorable Board Members, Sydni LeBlanc

Blake Miguez

LA Feed Your Soul

Alhaurin de la TorreCrochet Ceiling

  Crochet Ceiling down Church Alley Featured on:


Click here to read the article from Spain!

Spanish Festival 2016

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AAA's Southern Traveler Magazine