BUKU MUSIC & ARTS FESTIVAL

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Buku music & arts Project is back for its Sixth installment March 9th-10th ’18. To bring you a one of a kind music festival combining everything you love about festivals, with the urban underground of New Orleans art community. This two day festival combines the vibe of a boutique event that packs a big punch with the essence of being in a warehouse party as well. Buku was founded back in 2012 by Winter Circle Productions and held annually at Mardi Gras World. Since then this amazing festival has just blown festival goers away every time. This year, to say the least, is by far one of my favorites. With a line up as solid and diverse as this years it’s hard to not be excited for Buku. Having acts from A Day To Remember to Rezz to Flatbush Zombies to even the man Jade Cicada. We’re even getting blessed with a Virtual Self set. (For those of you who don’t know its Porter Robinson’s new project and I must say this is a set you will definitely regret if you miss.) Also if you really wanna experience the festival check the VIP out cause that DUCKY set is a set that you won’t wanna miss either. Her distinct fusion of hypnotic warehouse and experimental club productions, stretching from soft and intimate to full-on hardcore will simply blow you away, leaving you speechless. Easily a set I’ve been looking forward to for a long time personally. In a nutshell Buku music & arts project is a quirky boutique festival tucked right in the heart of the New Orleans lower garden district. The setting is beyond perfect for this intimate festival adding the industrial fusion to the mixture of Edm, Rap, an Indie rock. From the signature living paintings going on to the different vendors, if your not wanting to be at the stage there’s plenty of vendors and art installations, as well as a short walk to the french quarters there won’t be a shortage of things for you to do. Buku music & art project likes to pride themselves on infusing the rich culture of New Orleans with the attitudes of their attendees. Buku isn’t simply a festival or a place to go, it’s beyond that it’s a lifestyle that we’d like for you to experience.

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