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Voodoo Music Festival Louisiana

WHERE: City Park, New Orleans, Louisiana
WHEN: 31st October - 2nd November 2014
WEBSITE: http://thevoodooexperience.com


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Line Up

FRIDAY 31ST OCTOBER

Outkast
Zedd
Slayer
Rise Against
Galantis
Booka Shade Dj Set
Twenty One Pilots
Thomas Gold
Action Bronson
Melvins
Bleachers
Fishbone
Makj
Le Youth
Rebirth Brass Band
Red Baraat
Wild Cub
Royal Teeth
Bonerama
The Soul Rebels
Sturgill Simpson
Yung Nation
Hello Negro
Veridia
Crass Mammoth
St. Cecilia’s Asylum Chorus

SATURDAY 1ST NOVEMBER

Skrillex
Arctic Monkeys
Thirty Seconds To Mars
Ms. Lauryn Hill
Flux Pavilion
Death From Above 1979
City And Colour
Claude Vonstroke
Pete Tong
Congorock
Big Freedia
Givers
Barcelona
Thomas Newson
The Wild Feathers
Trent Cantrelle
Peelander-Z
Astr
Flow Tribe
Honey Island Swamp Band
Benjamin Booker
Desert Noises
Tysson
Carmine P. Filthy & A Boy Named Ruth
Naughty Professor
Luxley
Marchfourth Marching Band

SUNDAY 2ND NOVEMBER

Foo Fighters
Pretty Lights
Awolnation
Fedde Le Grand
John Butler Trio
Gogol Bordello
Manchester Orchestra
Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue
Griz
The Revivalists
Fuel
Herobust
Drew Holcomb And The Neighbors
Barely Alive
Manic Focus
World/Inferno Friendship Society
The London Souls
Lindsay Lowend
The Tontons
Nostalghia
Dirty Bourbon River Show
Bo Ningen
Quintron And Miss Pussycat
Church With Unicorn Fukr & Innerlign


2013 Round Up

It's easy to draw energy from places like New Orleans, Louisiana. With live, acoustic music ringing in your years and southern, home-cooked style meals found on every street corner, this city is truly winning in every category. The culture found here in 'Nawlins is strong and it can easily be seen from the outer fence of the cities largest park during the Voodoo Music and Arts Experience held every October.

Voodoo Festival 2013
The air was crisp but c'mon now, we all know that would never stop a genuine festival goer from overly enjoying themselves. Who couldn't enjoy themselves surrounded by thousands of music lovers and acts such as Nine Inch Nails, Kid Rock, and Bassnectar only hours apart from one another?

Add Halloween into the mix, with a few dozen animals onesies, and what you have yourself, is a dang good time!

Review and photo: Kate Lynn Nyffeler
https://www.facebook.com/kate.nyffeler


History

The Voodoo Music Festival was first held on 30 October 1999 at Tad Gormley Stadium in City Park. Planned and executed by Steve Rehage, CEO of Rehage Entertainment, the festival consisted of three stages and many local and national acts.

The Voodoo Festival started with very humble beginnings in 1999 as a one day music festival in Tad Gormley Stadium in New Orleans with an attendance of about 8,000 people, the headlining artist was Wyclef Jean and The Fugees. The following year expanded to 2 days and drew attention with a performance by Eminem, whose fame had exploded just before the festival, bringing Voodoo to the attention of music fans from around the world. In 2006, Voodoo separated the show into 3 distinct areas (Le Ritual, Le Flambeau and Le Carnival) on six stages. Each area was designed to showcase uniquely different sides of the personality of the festival and New Orleans. “Le Flambeau” features music and sounds consistent with the hometown style of The Big Easy. “Le Ritual” features more mainstream music we’re all familiar with, and finally “Le Carnival” features indie bands, burlesque, and circus acts. In 2007, The festival expanded to 3 days and broke all previous attendance records with an estimate 100,000+ fans.

Voodoo Music Festival Line Up – 2013
Pearl Jam, Nine Inch Nails, Calvin Harris, Kid Rock, Bassnectar, Paramore, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Afrojack, Boys Noize, The Gaslight Anthem, Big Gigantic, How To Destroy Angels, Matt & Kim, Alkaline Trio, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Dirty South, Desaparecidos, Beats Antique, New Found Glory, Cults, Savoy, Delta Rae, Anamanaguchi, Allen Stone, Youngblood Hawke, Gta, Zz Ward, Rudimental, The Revivalists, Shovels & Rope, Moon Taxi, The Olms, Keys N Krates, L.P., G-Eazy, He’s My Brother, She’s My Sister , Hockey, A Silent Film, Robert Delong, The Virginmarys, The Apache Relay, Those Darlins, Reignwolf, Cc Adcock & The Lafayette Marquis , Ruby Amanfu, Fleur De Bris Vodu All Stars, John Michael Rouchell, Flow Tribe, Royal Teeth, Quintron & Miss Pussycat, Roll The Tanks, Dan Dyer, The Purrs, Andrew Duhon, The Breton Sound , Poof! The Pop Show, The Scorseses, Big History, Coyotes, Kinky Machine, Leopold And His Fiction, Church, Leslie Blackshear Smith & Double Black, Paul Varisco And The Milestones, Panic In Eden, Oh, Jeremiah, Hello Negro, The Real Night Tripper: Dr. John

Voodoo Music Festival Line Up – 2012

AWOLNATION, Bootsy Collins, Borgore, Dave Stewart, Delta Rae, Dev, Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Étienne De Crécy, Gary Clark Jr., George Porter Jr., Metallica, Infantree, JFK of MSTRKRFT, Justice, K'Naan, Kaskade, Marcia Ball, Modestep, Neil Young and Crazy Horse, Nervo, New Orleans Bingo! Show, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Say Anything, Silversun Pickups, Sister Sparrow and The Dirty Birds, Skrillex, Soul Rebels, The Avett Brothers, The Features, The Gaslamp Killer, Thomas Dolby, Tomahawk, Toots and The Maytals, Black Box Revelation, Coheed and Cambria, Kid Koala, Nas, New Orleans Bounce, Vintage Trouble

Voodoo Music Festival Line Up – 2011
Soundgarden, Blink-182, The Raconteurs, The Original Meters, Snoop Dogg, Fatboy Slim, Girl Talk, Band of Horses, TV on the Radio, Mastodon, Steve Angello, My Chemical Romance, CHEAP TRICK, OFWGKTA, Social Distortion, Major Lazer, X, Dr John, Kreayshawn, A-Trak, MA MAISON w/The Trey Mcintyre Project & Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Ray Davies, Dirty South, The Wombats, Ani DiFranco, Z-Trip, Ozomatli, City and Colour, Fitz & The Tantrums, Fishbone, Portugal. The Man, Members of Morphine and Jeremy Lyons, The Travelin’ McCourys, Daedelus, Mike Relm, GIVERS, The Bangerz, Mates of State, Boots Electric, Blind Pilot, The New Orleans Bingo! show, Gordon Gano of Violent Femmes with Lost Bayou Ramblers, Bonerama, Sheepdogs, Peelander-Z, The Stone Foxes, Soul Rebels Brass Band, Morning 40 Federation, Fleur De Tease, Cheeky Blakk, Lee Burridge, Maya Jane Coles, Wolf+Lamb, Danny Howells, Cassy, Craig Richards

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