Festive Owl just released a lineup image for Buku Music + Art Project, set to take place on March 25 and 26. In the beautiful, historic town of New Orleans, a variety of artists will be coming to the party. The image created quite a stir on Facebook with its interesting take on artwork. Nevertheless, we’re getting new and emerging artists plus veterans to the scene for an exciting weekend in the new year.
Strap in and get ready for this lineup featuring 100 Gecs, Tyler the Creator, $uicide Boy$, Alison Wonderland, Amelie Lens, Clozee, Dom Dolla, Glass Animals, and more. From electronic dance music to hip-hop, pop, and more, everyone is thrilled to see such diversity. John Summit, Tame Impala, Lane 8, oh my. Furthermore, Liquid Stranger Porter Robinson, Rezz, and Taking Back Sunday will also be there. Troyboi, Vince Staples, and various other artists also take the decks as the event celebrates its 10th anniversary.
About The Event
BUKU Music + Art Festival holds a unique experience unlike any other. It’s held in the Market Street Power Plant along the banks of the Mississippi River. Already an inspiring backdrop, BUKU delivers all the energy and vibes of an underground warehouse while celebrating the progressive subculture of New Orleans. You’ll walk through an industrial playground adorned with one-of-a-kind stage designs and art installations. Whether you want to headbang on the rails or watch some street art performed before your eyes, you can do that all here. Indulge in the best Cajun food and murals set to inspire you.
Presale starts Friday, December 17th at 10 am CST. You can sign up for presale here. GA tickets start at $239.50 plus fees with GA plus and VIP going for roughly $400-500 plus fees. For those that really want to enjoy the music and arts in style, you can ball out with Too Buku at $789.50 plus fees. Payment plans are also available. Check out the full lineup below. Who’s going?