According to NOLA.com "renovations to concession stands, bathrooms and other stadium improvements will take place after the 2016 and 2017 football seasons", which means Bayou Country Superfest is getting the boot.

Bayou Country Superfest is one of the biggest musical festivals of the year and the festivals director, Quint Davis, is exploring locations for a second home for the fest. An alternative location for BCSF has not yet been confirmed, but vice chancellor and LSU Athletics Director Joe Alleva has said that the music festival has been a great event for the community, LSU and Tiger Stadium.

Check out more about Tiger Stadium's renovations and all things Bayou Country Superfest at NOLA.com.

[via NOLA.com]