The New Orleans festival takes place from October 26-28.
Festivals are basically the pinnacle of most music fan's summer experience. Whether you're enjoying a few months away from the classroom or you're just spending a weekend with your friends outside of work, music brings everyone together. A festival environment encourages socialization, allowing people to walk throughout the venue to discover new artists and find which stage is your favorite. With an abundance of events happening every year devoted to the love of music, it can be difficult to choose which one is worth going to. Thankfully, pretty much every major market city in North America is home to at least one music festival. While the BUKU Music and Arts Festival has become a favorite for New Orleans residents, the annual Voodoo Music and Arts Experience is a longstanding choice for anybody looking to party their faces off this October.
With a variety of acts stemming from EDM to rock and pop, there are some rappers and R&B singers that will certainly pique your interest for the 20th edition of Voodoo. Alongside headlining acts Mumford & Sons and Arctic Monkeys is Childish Gambino who, with his new hit "This Is America," is sure to tear the house down. 21 Savage has also been announced to be performing a gig, as well as Janelle Monae, Ty Dolla $ign, GoldLink, and Tinashe.
With a lengthy list of performers already confirmed for the Fall show, the full line-up is available below. Weekend passes start at $140 and are available now. The Voodoo Experience takes place October 26-28.