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BUKU: PLANET B Festival Debut Announced; MGK, ILLENIUM, Alison Wonderland, Jamie xx Among Lineup

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Today marks an incredibly exciting announcement from one of America’s favorite music festivals. BUKU Music & Art Project has replicated its spring edition to bring the nation Buku: Planet B which will take place this fall on October 22 and 23. 

“For the past year, we’ve watched our fans step outside of their comfort zones and persevere through weird times…PLANET B is the result of us being inspired by them to do the same, and all of us at Team BUKU are excited to finally party with them again.” – Dante DiPasquale (BUKU’s co-creator)

This one-time-only event has rounded up one of the finest lineups, catering to nearly every dance music style and taste one could imagine. Artists include Megan Thee Stallion, ILLENIUM, Machine Gun Kelly, Playboi Carti, Kaytranada, Zeds Dead, Alison Wonderland, Jamie xx, Pooh Shiesty, Chris Lake, Still Woozy, EARTHGANG, Ghostemane, Ashnikko, Subtronics, SVDDEN DEATH: VOYD, Arlo Parks, Flo Milli, LSDREAM, Purple Disco Machine, Remi Wolf, slowthai, $NOT, Yung Baby Tate, and many more.

BUKU: Planet B will be the ultimate release for music fans in dire need of connection and creative exploration. It will continue to provide an inclusive home for the technicolor characters that call New Orleans home while welcoming #BUKREWE far and wide to experience the city’s eccentric culture for themselves. 

Set against the uniquely New Orleans backdrop of the haunting Market Street Power Plant and the historic grounds of the old TwiRoPa venue, Planet B aims to harness the chaos of the last year and release it in the form of raw creativity. Attendees will be guided between multiple stage environments, a dizzying landscape of art installations, street-artist performances, and a multitude of surprises. Fans may find themselves mesmerized by a local graffiti artist, enhancing their costume with a custom face painting, joining a marching band procession, catching a pop-up breakdancing crew or just hanging with friends while gazing at the New Orleans skyline. It’s an urban oasis as much about oddities and community as it is about the headliners.

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