Buku Music + Art Project 2015

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Mar 13 - Mar 14 2015

New Orleans, Louisiana (Various Venues)

$179.50 (GA); $299.50 (VIP)

BUKU Music + Art Project 2015 is a New Orleans based two-day music and arts festival founded by Winter Circle Productions and held annually at Mardi Gras World. BUKU considers itself to be a boutique event that delivers a big festival punch without compromising its house-party vibe. BUKU seeks to serve as a platform for the intersection of pop culture and the New Orleans underground arts community, and combines international musicians with local food vendors, local visual artists, and various surprise pop-up street performers throughout the site.

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