A new season of Music & Market, a Friday night event that runs weekly through the fall, begins tonight with Connie G and Creole Soul. For the past three decades, Connie G has been burning up stages with local bands (Krossfyre and GTO) throughout the Acadiana area and has also performed far and wide, opening for acts like Robert Palmer, Morris Day and The Times, The Gap Band, Percy Sledge, Irma Thomas, Robin Thicke and more. Creole Soul consists of some seriously seasoned musicians hailing from Louisiana to Japan. This all-star lineup includes Toni Delesandro (drums), Paul Boudreaux (bass), Danny Alexander (guitar) Keiko Komaki (keys), and two powerhouse vocal and dance artists Johnetta Thomas and Nedra Alexander. The event also spotlights a vegetable and/or agriculture commodity. At Le Vieux Village/Farmerâs Market Pavilion, located at 828 East Landry Street from 5:30 pm until 8:30 pm. Music starts at 6 pm. Free, but no ice chest, please; beverage sales help support the event. (337) 948-6263 or visit cityofopelousas.com.