If you like music, The VooDoo Fest will be a dream come true.
Every year, it seems like the VooDoo Fest gets bigger and better. It is a festival that brings music lovers, food lovers, and of course Halloween Costume revelers to City Park. The music lineup consists of both local bands and famous well-known bands from Flow Tribe to the Foo Fighters. Check out the complete lineup HERE. If you need a break between sets, you can go explore the Marketplace which offers hand crafted goods from fine art to jewelry, clothes, and even costumes. If that is not enough, there are lots of food vendors to choose from that serve all sorts of dishes including vegan, vegetarian, and gluten free options. Plus, the famous Mortuary Haunted has will actually have an interactive graveyard featuring scary photo-ops and spooky vibes. This festival is sure to be a lot of fun, check out some of the details below:
Dates & Times:
Every year the festival takes place during the last weekend in October. This year it is on Friday, October 27 through Sunday October 29, 2017. Each day the festival gates open at 12pm and will close around 11pm on Friday and Saturday and 9pm on Sunday.
This New Orleans Festival takes place at City Park by the famous New Orleans Museum of Art off of Wisner Blvd.
A three-day general admission pass is $165 plus fees. Single-day tickets are $80 on Friday and Sunday and $80 on Saturday, plus fees. But, the prices will increase on Friday, October 27, 2017.
There are lots of ways to get to the festival from the streetcar and bus rides to uber and of course the VooDoo shuttle. Remember that parking is limited around City Park and it is strictly enforced.
Click HERE for more VooDoo Fest information.
Mulate’s The Original Cajun Restaurant.
If you are still hungry or just want to enjoy a uniquely New Orleans restaurant, stop by Mulate’s for a great meal and some Cajun Music. We have a little something for everyone from salads to gumbo and of course lots of seafood options. Hope to see you this weekend.