NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Tickets go on sale next week for the 2022 BUKU Music + Art Project, which is returning after two years to New Orleans’ riverfront after being canceled by the coronavirus pandemic, organizers said Tuesday.
Tame Impala and Tyler, the Creator are slated to headline the 10th annual music festival scheduled for March 25-26 on the grounds of Mardi Gras World, The Times-Picayune/The New Orleans Advocate reported. Other scheduled performers include Alison Wonderland, Glass Animals, $uicideboy$, Porter Robinson, Rezz, Taking Back Sunday, Kali Uchis, Baby Keem, Liquid Stranger, Lane 8, Vince Staples, Troyboi, Odd the Artist, 100 Gecs, A Hundred Drums, Amelie Lens and more.
The BUKU Music + Art Project has over the past decade established itself as a springtime staple with a younger fanbase than the city’s other music festivals.
Tickets are available beginning Dec. 20. A general admission two-day pass starts at $239.50 plus fees. Various VIP ticket options are also available. Pre-sale registration is available now at www.thebukuproject.com.
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