It keeps getting better as BUKU Music & Art Project just landed with their 2018 phase 2 lineup additions. The two-day festivities will carry on March 9-10 at Mardi Gras World in Downtown New Orleans, LA. Check out the Phase 1 & 2 lineup above, with the 3rd and final phase to come after the new year.
Mass amounts of buzzing excitement is circling from fans who have attended in the past, as well as first-timers ready to head to New Orleans and experience the magic. BUKU has established a name for itself as a highly progressive combination of music and art. With an exceedingly diverse lineup and wide array of innovative art installations, food vendors, live street art, and surprise performances, it is much more than just a music festival.
The white-hot additions introduced in the Phase 2 announcement include Migos, Virtual Self, A Day to Remember, Rezz, Little Dragon, Bonobo, Ganja White Night, Boogie T, Jay Electronica, Snakehips, Gryffin, Jai Wolf, Green Velvet, Rich The Kid, Famous Dex, Falling in Reverse, Princess Nokia, Elohim, Spag Heddy, Lil Xan, Emo Nite LA, The Russ Liquid Test, Nnamdi Ogbonnaya, New Thousand, AF the Naysayer x Yung Vul, KTRL, RedBarrington, and KiddLove.
An imaginative and wide-ranging roster of artists, the full list truly exceeds boundaries with genre-bending electronic artists, rising and established rappers, pop-punk emo bands, legendary hip hop producers, indie groups, rock bands, experimental producers, collaborative b2b sets, and a whole lot more.
For the first time ever there will also be exclusive VIP-only performances, which boast the likes of Graves, Medasin, Ducky, BlackGummy, Squnto and TVBOO. Local showcases will feature Freewater, Church*, and Upbeat Academy, BUKU’s non-profit partner. The VIP experience also presents guests with an A+ view of main stage, seating, and open bar for those that are 21+.
All ticket types including general admission, GA plus, VIP 21+, VIP, TOO BUKU VIP 2-Day passes, and travel packages are on sale now, so get ‘em while they’re hot! Payment plans are also available for purchase at checkout, as well as the return of BUKU’s Collectible 3D Magnet, featuring their iconic “moon-eye” illustration that varies each year.
Head over to thebukuproject.com to sign up and be one of the first to receive updates about lineup details, after party announcements, tickets, special offers and more.
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