Buku Music + Art Project 2014

Book tickets

Mar 21 - Mar 22 2014

New Orleans, Louisiana

$169.50 (GA); $399.50 (VIP)

Premiered in 2012 by Winter Circle Productions, the Buku Music + Art Project has established itself as the premier progressive music and arts festival in New Orleans and the Gulf Coast region. For those tired of the mega-festival and wanting an intimate setting with close stage views and clear/loud audio, BUKU fills that void. The location’s post-industrial vibe fits perfectly with BUKU’s fusion of EDM, hip-hop and various sub-genres of indie rock. Paying homage to the NOLA setting, BUKU features local food vendors, indigenous art exhibits and dozens of regional support acts playing stage changeover sets.

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Festival schedule is not released yet.

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