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Voodoo Music + Arts Experience
2018 Dates TBD

Voodoo Music + Arts Experience

City Park1 Palm DriveNew Orleans, Louisiana, US

6 Reviews

Voodoo is a musical gumbo stirring together music, art, community, cuisine, and everything else under the sun and above the Louisiana swamps. Voodoo attracts the mystics, madmen, femme fatales, gods, goddesses, and music lovers of all kinds under one collective consciousness. The Ritual.

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Liz 12/10/2015 2:07 PM UTC

I used to LOVE Voodoo Fest until they moved locations. Now all the stages are crammed on top of each other and you can hear one stage when you are standing at another. The line-up has been decent, but the vibes just aren't the same since they moved. I probably won't go back unless they move it to the old location and bring back camping.

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Nicholas 11/09/2015 4:22 PM UTC

For six years I've attended Voodoo & I haven't been disappointed once. I will say it's about time to bring Jack White back. No doubt you guys made the right call due to rain/flooding/bands backing out. I enjoyed the hell out of Friday & Saturday I can't wait till next year!

Brad 11/08/2015 5:42 PM UTC

10 years of VooDoo and we have never been disappointed. Sure we had our heart set on Sundays line up but we were also wading in the mud Saturday night and truthfully were dreading getting soaked to the bone again. Ironically we had already mustered up some courage and putting on our rain gear when we got the phone call that it was cancelled (no matter how old you are your parents will keep tabs on you)!! It was still worth it and I pray for many more voodoo's to come!! Thanks VooDoo! Bring back camping! ????

Kristin 11/07/2015 8:37 PM UTC

I've been the last 5 years and every year is fantastic!!! Sunday was a bummer but you can't control Mother Nature. Pepsi globe was super awesome!! Voodoo is my favorite festival!!

Trevor 11/02/2015 6:02 PM UTC

We had a great time! Friday was great! Props for getting Florence! Her show was one of the best things I've ever saw. Whule ole we didn't go Saturday because the weather was crap, we're glad Voodoo cancelled Sunday and will be returning a portion of people's money. Five stars for sure, thank you Voodoo!

Aaron 11/02/2015 5:00 PM UTC

Security outside the festival. Cmon yall getting enough money as it is. I'm bummed didn't see Sunday lineup but glad yall shut down tho. Bring the old 2012 spot back! It was more magical..



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Top 10 Questions Will there be free water? Yes. Is Voodoo all ages? Yes. How much is a kid’s ticket? Kids 10 and under get in free with a credentialed adult. Will there be charging stations? Yes. Will there be ATMs? Yes. Will there be lockers? Yes. May I leave and re-enter? Yes, If you have 3-Day GA or 3-Day Loa Credentials. May Single Day Credential holders leave and re-enter? No. Do I need an ID? Absolutely, you will need it to purchase alcohol or to pick up Credentials from the Box Office. Where can I get more information? Stop by Guest Services or ask any Voodoo staff member. General Voodoo Info + Voodoo is a rain, mud, sleet, snow, or shine Experience. + The Festival lineup is subject to change without notice. + Open 10:30am-11:00pm Friday and Saturday; until 9:00pm Sunday. + All ages are welcome. + Children under 10 are free with a credentialed adult. + No tailgating. + No camping this year, sorry. You’re in New Orleans with plenty of hotel options. + Everyone is subject to search upon entry. + Credentials are non-transferable. + Credential are void if tampered or altered. + There will be a $35 replacement fee for lost Credentials. + No refunds or exchanges. Things You Can Bring + Small, soft backpacks, & purses. + Collapsible and soft folding chairs. + Blankets/Beach towels. + Small flashlights. + Totems and flags. + Sunscreen (no aerosols). + Refillable water bottles (must be empty upon entry). + All medication requires prescription with matching photo ID. Things You Should Leave at Home + Weapons of any kind (or costume pieces that appear to be weapons). + Fireworks or explosives. + Camelbacks or bladder backpacks. + Unsealed tampons. + Drugs or drug paraphernalia. + Outside alcohol, food, or drinks. We’ve got everything you need inside. + Wooden or metal flag poles. + Eye drops, unless they are prescription with a matching ID. + Framed backpacks. + Kites. + Coolers. + Umbrellas. + Professional audio recording devices. + Professional video cameras. + Professional cameras. + Detachable lenses. + Tents or hammocks. + Pets and live animals. + Unauthorized vending, solicitation flyers, giveaways, or samplings. + Laser pointers– nothing worse than an asshole with a laser pointer. + Bad attitudes, sadness and/or whining. Festival Totems + Flags We want you to fly your flag (freak or otherwise) at Voodoo. In the tradition of the iconic festivals around the world, you’re not here to conquer- you’re here to let everyone know who you are. Therefore, flags/totems will be no more than 10 feet tall and 1 inch thick made of lightweight materials with no metals or sharp edges. Plastic poles are all that are allowed. If you show up with some Braveheart sticks and you’re not William Wallace, you’re going to have to bring them back to your car. Our Code Noir Worship the Music, Dance, Explore, and Discover. Be the person you dream of being and allow everyone else to do the same. It’s pretty simple. Our Neighbors Voodoo takes place in City Park, which is surrounded by many historic neighborhoods.We work closely with our Nola neighbors. We ask that you respect their quality of life. Do not block driveways and please use trash cans. Tell them hello, introduce yourselves and thank them for being gracious hosts. Do not park on Bayou St. John, the neutral grounds or medians, in front of driveways or anywhere that has a posted “No Parking” sign.