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The Voodoo Music + Arts Experience (formerly "The Voodoo Music Experience"), commonly referred to as Voodoo or Voodoo Fest, is a multi-day music and arts festival held in City Park in New Orleans, Louisiana. The Voodoo Experience
Voodoo Experience
has hosted more than 2000 artists and over one million festival goers during its existence. The festival has been twice nominated for Pollstar's Music Festival of the Year.[1] It was acquired by Live Nation Entertainment
Live Nation Entertainment
in 2013 and is produced by C3 Presents.[2] Don Kelly, Voodoo's former General Counsel and COO, is now Festival Director and oversees the event. [3] The Voodoo Experience
Voodoo Experience
is known for including national artists from all genres such as Stone Temple Pilots, Foo Fighters, Marilyn Manson, Pearl Jam, Metallica, Rage Against the Machine, Muse, Eminem, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Arcade Fire, Tiësto, Nine Inch Nails, KISS, R.E.M., Modest Mouse, Thirty Seconds to Mars, Calvin Harris, The Weeknd, Deadmau5, The Black Keys, Neil Young, Green Day, Snoop Dogg, Duran Duran, Porcupine Tree, The Smashing Pumpkins, My Chemical Romance, 50 Cent, Cowboy Mouth
Cowboy Mouth
and 311 as well as local Louisiana
Louisiana
musicians such as The Original Meters, Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue, The Preservation Hall
Preservation Hall
Jazz Band, Rebirth Brass Band, and Dr. John.

Zack De La Rocha of Rage Against The Machine performs at Voodoo 2007

Contents

1 History

1.1 Creation and growth 1.2 Hurricane Katrina 1.3 2006 - present

2 Line-ups

2.1 2016 2.2 2015 2.3 2014 2.4 2013 2.5 2012 2.6 2011 2.7 2010 2.8 2009 2.9 2008 2.10 2007 2.11 2006 2.12 2005 2.13 2004 2.14 2003 2.15 2002 2.16 2001 2.17 2000 2.18 1999

3 See also 4 References 5 External links

History[edit] Since its 1999 Halloween weekend debut, the annual event has become a Halloween tradition to music fans, both locally and others who travel from around the world. Throughout Voodoo’s 15-year run, more than one million festival goers have gathered to see performances from about 2,000 artists. The event has also been twice nominated for Pollstar's Music Festival of the Year and in 2005, Voodoo founder Stephen Rehage and his team were presented with a key to the city, following the Voodoo 2005 post-Katrina event. Voodoo’s annual line-up traditionally features top-tier and innovative artists from a variety of musical genres. Highlights from the last 15 years have included performances from Metallica, Rage Against the Machine, Eminem, Pearl Jam, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Cure, Tiesto, Nine Inch Nails, Deadmau5, No Doubt, Ozzy Osbourne, The Black Keys, Neil Young, Green Day, KISS, Snoop Dogg, Duran Duran, R.E.M.
R.E.M.
(in one of the band’s last U.S. performances), My Chemical Romance, 50 Cent
50 Cent
and 311. Creation and growth[edit]

Moby
Moby
performs at the inaugural Voodoo in Tad Gormley Stadium.

Voodoo was first held as a single day event on October 30, 1999 at Tad Gormley Stadium in City Park. Planned and executed by Stephen Rehage, CEO of Rehage Entertainment, the festival consisted of three stages and a mix of local and national acts including headliners Wyclef Jean and Moby. As the U.S. festival market swelled, Voodoo continued its growth, increasing both the festival site and musically expanding with the addition of stages and performers.

Rapper Eminem
Eminem
performs early in his career at Voodoo 2000

During its second year in 2000, Voodoo became to a two-day event and garnered international attention with a headlining performance from Eminem
Eminem
in support of his just-released three times platinum major studio debut The Slim Shady LP. In 2007, Voodoo expanded to a three-day event. Hurricane Katrina[edit]

Nine Inch Nails
Nine Inch Nails
headline Voodoo 2005

Originally scheduled for Halloween Weekend in New Orleans’ City Park, the Voodoo Music Experience was displaced by the tragedy of Hurricane Katrina. While plans were in full swing to move forward with relocation to Memphis, Voodoo founder Stephen Rehage met with community leaders in New Orleans
New Orleans
about the opportunity to move the event back home for one of its two days—as a tribute event for relief workers. Festival organizers and Memphis
Memphis
representatives alike agreed this was an amazing opportunity to increase the scope of the event. On October 29, 2005, an invitation-only celebration (previous ticket holders exempt) for police, firefighters, National Guard, military and countless others who had aided in the recovery efforts of the city was staged at AutoZone park. Nine Inch Nails, Queens of the Stone Age, The Secret Machines and the New York Dolls
New York Dolls
were among the artists who all came together in celebration of a city they love. It marked the first major multi-musical performance in the two months since Hurricane Katrina’s effects were felt in the city. 2006 - present[edit] The 2006 Voodoo Music Experience saw the debut of three distinct areas on six distinct stages within the festival’s landscape: Le Ritual, Le Flambeau and Le Carnival. Each of these areas was designed to uniquely showcase different sides of the personality of the festival and its New Orleans
New Orleans
home: "Le Flambeau" features music and sounds consistent with the style of The Big Easy; "Le Ritual" features more mainstream music; and finally "Le Carnival" features indie bands, burlesque and circus acts. In 2007, Voodoo expanded to three days and broke all previous attendance records with an estimated 100,000+ fans in attendance. In April 2013, the Voodoo Music + Arts Experience announced an initial 15 acts to commemorate the 15th anniversary of Voodoo. The initial 15 acts include Pearl Jam, Nine Inch Nails, Calvin Harris, Bassnectar, Paramore, Macklemore
Macklemore
& Ryan Lewis, Afrojack, Boys Noize, The Gaslight Anthem, Big Gigantic, How To Destroy Angels, Cults, Alkaline Trio, Desaparecidos
Desaparecidos
and Robert DeLong. The 15th anniversary Voodoo celebration also marked the debut of City Park’s Festival Grounds, a new permanent home for Voodoo. Home to Voodoo since its 1999 debut—with the exception of Voodoo 2005 which was displaced by the city’s hurricane damage—New Orleans’ 1,300 acre City Park is the region’s principal recreation site that attracts over seven million visitors each year. Line-ups[edit] 2017 The 2017 Voodoo Music + Arts Experience was held October 27-29, 2017. The lineup was:

Kendrick Lamar Foo Fighters The Killers LCD Soundsystem DJ Snake Galantis Dillon Francis Brand New The Head & The Heart Kehlani Post Malone Miguel RL Grime Prophets of Rage Cold War Kids Yellow Claw Superduperkyle The Afghan Whigs Live Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness Marian Hill K Flay Illenium Louis the Child Nghtmare Whitney The Black Angels Amine Vintage Trouble Gnash G Jones Hayley Kiyoko Rich Chigga Bibi Bourelly The Record Company Benjamin Booker Mija Colony House Chicano Batman Strand of Oaks Autograf Joyride Flow Tribe Boombox Cartel Mondo Cozmo Snbrn Tokimonsta Pell CID Black Pistol Fire Saint Jhn Flint Eastwood Pham La Femme Ron Gallo Durand Jones & the Indications Mannequin Pussy Public Access TV Bleached Tim Gunter DJ Mel DJ Gracie Malik Ninety Five Alfred Banks Carmine P Filthy Free Swim Unicorn Fukr Otto Herb Christopher Zander SKB & Yrstrly Werd2jah

2016[edit] The 2016 Voodoo Music + Arts Experience was held from October 28–30, 2016.

Friday

The Weeknd G-Eazy Porter Robinson Rae Sremmurd Carnage Foals Tory Lanez Mayer Hawthorne What So Not Slander Wild Belle Chairlift Lost Kings NF Bear Hands Lunice Cheat Codes Seratones Sonny Alven The Breton Sound Babygirl Active Bird Community

Saturday

Tool Cage The Elephant Die Antwoord Rebelution Excision Ghost (band) The Claypool Lennon Delirium Alison Wonderland DJ Mustard Melanie Martinez Shakey Graves Snakehips Bully Nothing But Thieves Oh Wonder Saint Motel The Pretty Wreckless Black Tiger Sex Machine All Them Witches Léon Cakes Da Killa Sexual Thunder Carmine P. Filthy Kidd Love

Sunday

Arcade Fire The Chainsmokers Band of Horses Gramatik STS9 Pucifer Beats Antique Snails Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals Preservation Hall
Preservation Hall
Jazz Band Bob Moses Morning 40 Federation Party Favor Lookas 4B Sir The Baptist The Eagle Rock Gospel Singers The Shelters Little Scream Unicorn Fukr Herb Christopher

[4] 2015[edit] The 2015 Voodoo Music + Arts Experience was held from October 30-November 1, 2015.[5]

Official lineup:

Friday

Florence + The Machine Jack Ü Modest Mouse Alesso Girl Talk All Day Jason Isbell Gerard Way Yelawolf Destructo Joey Bada$$ and the Soul Rebels The Joy Formidable Ryan Bingham Jauz Frank Turner & the Sleeping Souls Salva Jessica Hernandez & the Deltas Wax Motif Hundred Waters Grizfolk Flow Tribe Dan Dyer Hello Negro St. Cecilia's Asylum Chorus Bloodstache

Saturday

Ozzy Osbourne
Ozzy Osbourne
featuring Geezer Butler, Tom Morello
Tom Morello
and Slash Jane's Addiction Santigold Duke Dumont Giorgio Moroder Clutch Zhu Django Django Lettuce The Growlers Babes in Toyland Jacob Plant Terence Blanchard
Terence Blanchard
featuring The E-Collective Nina Las Vegas Fantastic Negrito Joywave The Struts The Suffers The Wans Veridia Mike Dillon's Punk Rock Percussion Consortium Mississippi Rail Company Carmine P. Filthy & A Boy Named Ruth Kompression with Unicorn Fukr and Herb Christopher

Sunday

Zac Brown Band Deadmau5 Chance The Rapper Eric Prydz Slightly Stoopid Third Eye Blind The Cult Tchami Bro Safari Fishbone Title Fight Dumpstaphunk Elliphant Mija The Temperance Movement Here Come the Mummies July Talk Rozzi Crane Quickie Mart Tysson Baby Bee The Ludlow Thieves Babygirl

2014[edit] The 2014 Voodoo Music + Arts Experience was held from October 31-November 2, 2014.

Official lineup:

Foo Fighters Outkast Skrillex Arctic Monkeys Zedd Pretty Lights All Dat Thirty Seconds To Mars Slayer Awolnation Rise Against Flux Pavilion Fedde Le Grand Gogol Bordello Death From Above 1979 City And Colour Claude VonStroke Manchester Orchestra Galantis Booka Shade DJ Set Pete Tong Twenty One Pilots Thomas Gold Action Bronson Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue Melvins Bleachers GRiZ Congorock Fishbone MAKJ Fuel Herobust Le Youth Big Freedia Givers Rebirth Brass Band Red Baraat Barcelona Thomas Newson The Wild Feathers Wild Cub Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors Royal Teeth Bonerama Soul Rebels
Soul Rebels
Brass Band Barely Alive Trent Cantrelle Manic Focus World/Inferno Friendship Society The London Souls Peelander-Z Lindsay Lowend Astr Flow Tribe The Tontons Honey Island Swamp Band Sturgill Simpson Benjamin Booker Desert Noises Dirty Bourbon River Show Bo Ningen Tysson Quintron
Quintron
and Miss Pussycat Yung Nation SPEAK Hello Negro Carmine P. Filthy and a Boy Named Ruth Church with Unicorn Fukr & Innerlign Veridia Naughty Professor Crass Mammoth Luxley St. Cecilia's Asylum Chorus and the Marchfourth Marching Band

2013[edit] The 2013 Voodoo Music + Arts Experience was held from November 1–3, 2013.

Official lineup:

Pearl Jam Nine Inch Nails The Cure Kid Rock Calvin Harris Bassnectar Paramore Macklemore
Macklemore
& Ryan Lewis Afrojack Boys Noize The Gaslight Anthem Big Gigantic Matt & Kim Alkaline Trio Preservation Hall
Preservation Hall
Jazz Band Dirty South Desaparecidos Beats Antique New Found Glory Cults Savoy Delta Rae Anamanaguchi Maxim of The Prodigy Moon Taxi Allen Stone Destructo Youndblood Hawke ZZ Ward Rudimental +The Revivalists Shovels & Ropes The Olms Keys N Krates L.P. G-Eazy F. Stokes He's My Brother She's My Sister Hockey A Silent Film Robert Delong The Weeks The Virginmarys The Apache Relay Those Darlins Reignwolf CC Adcock & The Lafayette Marquis Ruby Amanfu Fleur DeBris Billy Squier Bad Things John Michael Rouchell Flow Tribe Mystery Skulls Royal Teeth Quintron
Quintron
& Miss Pussycat Roll The Tanks Jingle Punks Hipster Orchestra Dan Dyer The Purrs Andrew Duhon Turf War The Black Cadillacs The Brenton Sound Poof! The Pop Show With Carmine P. Filthy & A Boy Named Ruth The Scorseses Big History Coyotes Kinky Machine Leopold and His Fiction Church with Unicorn Fukr, Mr. Cool Bad Guy & Guests Leslie Blackshear Smith & Double Black Featuring Simon Lott, DJ Raymond, Shawn Theriot, Alfred "Uganda" Roberts, Tim Green, Ivan Neville, Kiki Phillips, Mehnaz Hoosein
Mehnaz Hoosein
& Erica Falls Sports & Leisure Paul Varisco and The Milestones Panic in Eden Oh, Jeremiah Hello Negro J Fernell The Real Night Tripper: Dr. John
Dr. John
Featuring George Porter Jr., Herlin Riley, Alfred "Uganda" Roberts, Smokey Johnson, Chief Monk Bourdeaux, Nicholas Payton, Roderick Paulin, Sarah Morrow, & Topsy Chapman & Solid Harmony[6]

2012[edit] The 2012 Voodoo Music + Arts Experience was held from October 26–28, 2012.[6]

Official lineup:

Metallica Neil Young
Neil Young
& Crazy Horse Jack White Skrillex The Avett Brothers Kaskade Justice Nas Silversun Pickups Awolnation Dave Stewart Gary Clark Jr. Bootsy Collins Etienne de Crécy K'Naan JFK of MSTRKRFT Tomahawk Thomas Dolby Say Anything Die Antwoord Modestep Toots and the Maytals Preservation Hall
Preservation Hall
Jazz Band The Gaslamp Killer Borgore Nervo The New Orleans
New Orleans
Bingo! Show The Features Dev Delta Rae Soul Rebels George Porter Jr.
George Porter Jr.
and the Runnin' Pardners+ DJ QBert
DJ QBert
& D-Styles of the Invisibl Skratch Piklz DallasK Jim-E Stack Sister Sparrow and The Dirty Birds MyNameIsJohnMichael Infantree Lil Band O' Gold CC Adcock and The Lafayette Marquis The Revivalists Marcia Ball The Vettes Johnny Vidacovich, James Singleton and Henry Butler
Henry Butler
doing James Booker Ingrid Lucia
Ingrid Lucia
presents New Orleans
New Orleans
Nightingales plus Irma Thomas Anders Osborne
Anders Osborne
w/ Johnny Sansone 101 Runners Big Chief Monk Boudreaux Treme Brass Band Force Feed Radio Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires Paul Sanchez
Paul Sanchez
Rolling Road Show w/ cast members of 9 Lives Little Freddie King Andy Suzuki and The Method (band) Dirty Dozen Brass Band Alvin Youngblood Hart Beverly Skillz Pimps of Joytime Star and Dagger +TBC Brass Band Tribute to Jimmy's Music Club (feat. The Models, Dash Rip Rock, Sexdog, & Stephie and The Whitesox) Supagroup Noisician Coalition Big Al Carson Luke Winslow King Lost Bayou Ramblers
Lost Bayou Ramblers
with Preservation Hall
Preservation Hall
Horns Leo Jackson and The Melody Clouds Royal Teeth Carmine P. Filthy Unicorn Fukr Rekanize Big History Christopher Joseph Christoph Andersson Fleur de Tease with Special
Special
Guests Debauche Chicano Batman St. Cecilia's Asylum Chorus Mainline (band) Money Mitch

Artists and art installations

Christina Sporrong and Christian Ristow "Sliver Claw" Program12 & Susie Kim "The Vaudeville Theater" Delaney McGuinness & Johnston Burkhard "Pinwheel Garden" RE:BE Art Department "Artist Bar" Christian Ristow "Face Forward" Marcus Brown "Way" Dave Rhodes "Doors of Perception" Andrew Graham "Movement" Hans Sachs Manuel Kretzer "Cone v2"

2011[edit] The 2011 Voodoo Music + Arts Experience was held from October 28–30, 2011.

Official lineup:

Soundgarden Blink 182 The Raconteurs Snoop Dogg Girl Talk Steve Angello Fatboy Slim My Chemical Romance Cheap Trick Ray Davies Band of Horses TV on the Radio The Original Meters Social Distortion Mastodon X (band) Z Trip Major Lazer Ozomatli Odd Future Portugal. The Man Boots Electric City and Colour Civil Twilight Blind Pilot Mates of State Dr. John
Dr. John
with special guests Irma Thomas, Cyril Neville, and Walter "Wolfman" Washington Fitz and the Tantrums American Legacies with the Preservation Hall Jazz Band
Preservation Hall Jazz Band
and the Del McCoury Band Peelander-Z The Sheep Dogs Gordon Gano of Violent Femmes
Violent Femmes
with Lost Bayou Ramblers A-Trak The Wombats The Static Jacks Kreayshawn The Limousines Fishbone The Stone Foxes Givers Ani DiFranco with Ivan Neville
Ivan Neville
& Herlin Riley Honey Island Swamp Band Johnny Sketch and the Dirty Notes Mannie Fresh Dirty South +King Britt Red Baraat Members of Morphine with Jeremy Lyons Jackmaster Claude VonStroke Maya Jane Coles The Bangerz The Revivalists Daedelus Quickie Mart & Tony Skratchere Mike Relm MyNameIsJohnMichael BeauSoleil
BeauSoleil
with Dr. Michael White Mississippi Rail Company Feur De Bris with special guest Dan Dyer Star Eyes Fort Knox Five Dangermuffin The Soul Rebels Brass Band
Soul Rebels Brass Band
w/ Cyril Neville Deniz Kurtal Craig Richards Danny Howells Lee Burridge Force Feed Radio Bobby Rush Ivan Neville’s Dumpstaphunk
Dumpstaphunk
with special guests Walter "Wolfman" Washington, Angelo Moore Treme Brass Band Tommy Malone and the Hard Head New Orleans
New Orleans
Bingo! Show The Travelin’ McCourys with Keller Williams Bonerama
Bonerama
feat. Dave Malone of The Radiators Fleur De Tease Leo Jackson and the Melody Clouds Glen David Andrews New Orleans
New Orleans
Klezmer Allstars Ma Maison with the Trey McIntyre Project/ Preservation Hall
Preservation Hall
Jazz Band King James and the Special
Special
Men Tanner Ross with Voices of Black Wolf + Lamb Soul Clap Natalie Mae and Her Unturned Tricks Lynn Drury Band High Ground Drifters Bluegrass Band Kora Konnection feat. Morikeba Kouyate and Thierno Dioubate Ernie Vincent and the Top Notes Achachay! Cheeky Blakk Quintron
Quintron
and Miss Pussycat The Vettes Noisician Coalition, Electronic Sound Line with the Bull and the Bot Carmine P. Filthy Andrew Duhon Iris May Tango Kyle Turley Palmetto Bug Stompers Tao Seeger Brass Band Chris Thomas King Illuminasti Trio Plus 1 feat. Mike Dillon, James Singleton, Skerik, and Brian Coogan Morning 40 Federation R. Scully’s Rough 7 Hurray for the Riff Raff Happy Talk
Talk
Band Rotary Downs New Orleans
New Orleans
Bounce Azztravaganza feat. Katey Red, Vockah Redu, Cheeky Blakk, D.J. Lefty Parker, and special guests Christoph Andersson Swiss Chriss Fran Moran and The Nervous Wrecks DJ Swamp Miracle at St. Anna

Artists and art installations

Richie Jordan "Fountain De Lis" Emilie Lejeune, Mike Landry and Matt Decotiis "Ephemeral Ambiance" Hans Sachs Manuel Kretzer "Cone v2" "Live Mural Wall" James Michalopoulos
James Michalopoulos
"Sparkie TouT Taux" Stefan Beese
Stefan Beese
"The VMX Knot" Christian Ristow "Fledging" Doron Gazit "Color & Air" Jamin Murphy "Tensile" Jerry Therio "Tree of Words" Thom Rush "Swell Holding" Christian Van Heusen & Jerry Therio "Neon Garden" Buch Kanter "Mushroom Patch" Delaney McGuinness & Johnston Burkhard "Pinwheel Garden" Christiana Sporrong "Heron"

2010[edit] The 2010 Voodoo Music + Arts Experience was held from October 29–31, 2010.

Official lineup:

Ozzy Osbourne Muse My Morning Jacket Drake Weezer Deadmau5 Florence + The Machine Interpol MGMT Metric Hot Chip Paul van Dyk Street Sweeper Social Club Paul Oakenfold Jakob Dylan and Three Legs Ferry Corsten Rusko Buckwheat Zydeco Major Lazer Raphael Saadiq Eagles of Death Metal Cage the Elephant Minus the Bear A-Trak Janelle Monáe Fitz & The Tantrums Swiss Chriss (band) Christoph Andersson Eli "Paperboy" Reed Galactic with Guests The Airborne Toxic Event Jónsi Innerpartysystem Afrojack Die Antwoord Curren$y Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue Rebirth Brass Band Paul Wall Crookers Boys Noize Preservation Hall
Preservation Hall
Jazz Band Stanton Moore Trio with Anders Osborne
Anders Osborne
and Robert Walter Voice of the Wetland All Stars feat., Tab Benoit, Cyril Neville, Waylon Thibodeaux, Monk Bourdeaux, Johnny Vidacovich, Johnny Sansone Soul Rebels
Soul Rebels
Brass Band Theresa Andersson Basin Street Records Revue feat., Kermit Ruffins, Dr. Michael White, Jeremy Davenport, George Porter Jr.
George Porter Jr.
& Runnin' Pardners Toubab Krewe Jon Cleary and the Absolute Monster Gentlemen Treme Brass Band
Treme Brass Band
with Uncle Lionel Batiste Cedric Burnside & Lightnin Malcolm Big Sam's Funky Nation The New Orleans
New Orleans
Bingo! Show The Happy Talk
Talk
Band Fleur De Tease Burlesque Revue Rotary Downs Paul Sanchez
Paul Sanchez
& the Rolling Road Show DJ Soul Sister Quintron
Quintron
& Miss Pussycat Honey Island Swamp Band Gal Holiday Rosie Ledet Fatter Than Albert Leo Jackson and the Melody Clouds AM Jonathan Tyler and the Northern Lights Shannon McNally Creole String Beans Feufollet Alvin Youngblood Hart Locos Por Juana Flow Tribe Consortium of Genius Luke Winslow-King Noisician Coalition DJ Quickie Mart The Vettes Debauche Helen Gillet The Local Skank COOT MC Sweet Tea Rival Sons Lost Bayou Ramblers O'Brother Kristin Diable

Artists and art installations

Photonic Bliss "Galactivation Station" Dave Rhodes "Paper Airplane" Munz, d6, Intruder Alert "Hotshot the Robot/ hugo3" James Michalopoulos
James Michalopoulos
"Sparkie TouT Taux" Program12 & Susie Kim "The Vaudeville Theater" Thomas Rush "Swell Holding" Hans Sachs Manuel Kretzer "Cone v2" Munz "Hotshot Robot" Stefan Beese
Stefan Beese
"Arachnid" Charles Lumar & Lauren Domino "SOUSAPHORESCENCE" Munz/ D6 "Robotronia"

2009[edit] The 2009 Voodoo Music + Arts Experience was held from October 30-November 1, 2009.

Official lineup:

Eminem
Eminem
/ D12 Kiss Jane's Addiction Lenny Kravitz The Black Keys Justice The Flaming Lips Silversun Pickups Widespread Panic Drive-By Truckers Gogol Bordello Wolfmother Ween Janelle Monae Jello Biafra and the Guantanamo School of Medicine Robert Randolph & the Family Band All Time Low Black Lips The Cool Kids Squirrel Nut Zippers Meat Puppets JJ Grey and MOFRO Eric Church Shooter Jennings Mutemath Mates of State George Clinton and Parliament-Funkadelic K'naan American Bang Down Brand New The Pogues Generationals Erick Baker Glasgow The Knux Mynameisjohnmichael Alejandro Escovedo Benjy Davis Project Ledisi Papa Grows Funk DJ Soul Siser Little Freddie King Preservation Hall-Stars w/ Special
Special
Guest Tao Rodriguez-Seeger Band Lil' Brian and Zydeco Travelers TBC Brass Band Loose Marbles Fischerspooner New Orleans
New Orleans
Bingo! Show The Happy Talk
Talk
Band MarchFourth Marching Band Why Are We Building Such A Big Ship? Luke Winslow-King Bones Ratty Scurvics From Legends To Nancy As Tall As Lions DJ Soul Sister Walter Wolfman Washington and the Roadmaster w/ Dirty Dozen horns Big Sam's Funky Nation New Orleans
New Orleans
Klezmer All Stars Irvin Mayfield Leroy Jones Dan Dyer Mas Mamones Sam & Ruby Sarah Quintana Andrew Duhon And The Lonesome Crows Fatter Than Albert Nicholas Megalis Morning 40 Federation Rotary Downs New Orleans
New Orleans
Bingo! Show Zydepunks White Bitch Brother Taisuke's Mass Choir Davis Rogan Earl Greyhound DJ Soul Sister Rebirth Brass Band Trombone Shorty And Orleans Ave All Stars Cyril Neville's Blues Revue With Tab Benoit, Monk Boudreaux, and Johnny Sansone BeauSoleil John Mooney and Bluesiana Amanda Shaw Leo Jackson And The Melody Clouds Katey Red & DJ Papa, Big Freedia, Sissy Nobby Quintron
Quintron
and Miss Pussycat Fleur De Tease Suplecs Michael Tolcher The Vettes Justin Jones and the Driving Rain Lucy's Walk R. Scully Rough 7 MC Trachiotomy

Artists and art installations

Mark Griffin "Ladder" Deirdre Sargent "Picnic Table Project" Eyetrap/Benson Trent "Illusion" Elliott Coon "Watch Your Eye", "Parlor" Hans Sachs Manuel Kretzer "Cone v2" Molly Gochman "Welcome" Mathias Gmachl Rachel Wingfield "Pavilion of the Four Winds" Jen Lewin
Jen Lewin
"Light Harp" Generic Art Solutions "O.K." Daphane Park "Hammock Mother" Stefan Beese
Stefan Beese
"Passage" Munz "Hot Shot The Robot" Andrew Slaughter Jeff Matson Thaddeus Zarse Joseph Keppel Mantis Mini Man TungstenMonkey Collective Tora Lopez Emiliano Maggi Mickey Sumner John Oles William Murphy Kristian P. Hansen Lisa Lozano

2008[edit] The 2008 Voodoo Music + Arts Experience was held from October 24–26, 2008.

Official lineup:

Nine Inch Nails R.E.M. Stone Temple Pilots Thievery Corporation TV on the Radio Lil Wayne Lupe Fiasco Panic At the Disco Wyclef Jean Ghostland Observatory Old 97's Joss Stone Angels and Airwaves The Mars Volta Dashboard Confessional Butthole Surfers Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings Cold War Kids Ozomatli
Ozomatli
Reunited w/ Chali 2na Erykah Badu Reverend Horton Heat The Gutter Twins Man Man DeVotchKa The New Orleans
New Orleans
Bingo! Show Extra Action Marching Band Cowboy Mouth Irma Thomas Ivan Neville's Dumpstaphunk Bonerama Fishbone Lucky Brown Manchester Orchestra Innerpartysystem Tokyo Police Club Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue Walter Wolfman Washington Marc Broussard The New Orleans
New Orleans
Bingo! Show Norcio Grace Potter and the Nocturnals The Dirtbombs The Iguanas New Orleans
New Orleans
Jazz Orchestra Marva Wright and the BMW's The Zydepunks Rockie Charles Ben Jelen Leo Nocentelli Hot 8 Brass Band Dead Confederate Dan Dyer Dr. Michael White Treme Brass Band Clint Maedgen +9 Rotary Downs John Boutté Sam & Ruby Preservation Hall
Preservation Hall
Jazz Band Shamarr Allen Fleur de Tease Fatter Than Albert The Happy Talk
Talk
Band The Knux Ashes Divide 101 Runners Joseph Arthur
Joseph Arthur
& The Lonely Astronauts The Dynamites featuring Charles Walker and Big Sam's Funky Nation Big Sam's Funky Nation King Britt
King Britt
Tribute to Sister Gertrude New Orleans
New Orleans
Jazz Vipers Big Blue Marble Sons of William Washboard Chaz Blues Trio DJ Tom Harvey Voodoo Social Aid A Pleasure Club presents DJ Soul Sista's Annual Downtown Throwdown DJ Butterfoot Nag Hammadi Ray Bong White Bitch's Prey Drive Tap Water Mind Control Worms Union My Graveyard Jaw Pain Tribe Blind Boys of Alabama The Morning 40 Federation Deacon John’s Tribute to New Orleans
New Orleans
R&B Wardell Quezerque Dirty Dozen Brass Band New Orleans
New Orleans
Sunken City Circus Shellshock Andre Williams Oscillation Communications One Man Machine Gravity A CHANT (AN)drew Madinc Common Thread Mad Mike The LowDown ThrowDown The Wall Street Traitors The Bad Off Hurray for the Riff Raff Wooded Teeth F.I.S.T. Voodoo Social Aid A Pleasure Club presents DJ Soul Sista's Annual Downtown Throwdown DJ Butterfoot C-Ba$ Sideshow Nag Hammadi Big Al Carson Paul Sanchez
Paul Sanchez
and The Rolling Road Show Widetrack Noomoon Tribe DJ Proppa Bear Good Guys Ratty Scurvics Singularity DJ Soul Sister CyberTrybe Dave Gregg & the Barefoot Philistines DJ Slice Crooked Worlds Most Dangerous American Disaster Party Deep in the Ninth Under the Green F.I.S.T. Blind Boys of Alabama The Morning 40 Federation Deacon John’s Tribute to New Orleans
New Orleans
R&B Wardell Quezerque Dirty Dozen Brass Band Preservation Hall
Preservation Hall
Jazz Band Soul Rebels
Soul Rebels
Brass Band Eli "Paperboy" Reed
Eli "Paperboy" Reed
and the True Loves Quintron
Quintron
and Miss Pussycat Hot Club of New Orleans Tin Men with the Valparaiso Men's Chorus The Vettes Bones The Lee Boys Melody Clouds Voodoo Social Aid A Pleasure Club presents DJ Soul Sista's Annual Downtown Throwdown DJ Butterfoot C-Ba$ Sideshow Sista Otis Sirena Serpentina Hands of Nero Illusion Fields Crimes Against Nature Paul Varisco and The Milestones Valpraiso Men's Chorus Manwitch Rock N' Soul

2007[edit] The 2007 Voodoo Music + Arts Experience was held from October 26–28, 2007.

Official lineup:

Rage Against The Machine Kings Of Leon The Smashing Pumpkins Wilco Dr. John Fall Out Boy Tiesto M.I.A. The Black Crowes Common Plain White T's Ben Harper
Ben Harper
and the Innocent Criminals Marc Broussard Paolo Nutini Gym Class Heroes Toots & the Maytals Black Rebel Motorcycle Club Jason Isbell Galactic featuring Chali 2na
Chali 2na
(of Jurassic 5) Porcupine Tree JJ Grey & MOFRO Dax Riggs Earl Greyhound Lez Zeppelin Soul Rebels
Soul Rebels
Brass Band Sinéad O'Connor Clap Your Hands Say Yeah Red Jumpsuit Apparatus Ska Cubano Zap Mama Quintron
Quintron
and Miss Pussycat New Orleans
New Orleans
Social Club Spoon Preservation Hall
Preservation Hall
Jazz Band Ghostland Observatory Toubab Krewe Motion City Soundtrack Mutemath Kermit Ruffins
Kermit Ruffins
and the Barbeque Swingers The New Orleans
New Orleans
Bingo! Show Dexateens Ivan Neville's Dumpstaphunk Donald Harrison plus the Congo Nation Bonerama CC Adcock and Lil' Band O' Gold Hot 8 Brass Band Theresa Andersson Dan Dyer Ghost Zydepunks Jose Conde y Ola Fresca Meriwether Vavavoom Fatter Than Albert Amy Cook DJ Tom Harvey Eyelash Carpets Noisician Coalition/Noise Parade LUX Hands of Nero The Mad Mike Experience Heavenly Trip To Hell Palanquin Diaries Slew Foot Tchoupchupacabra Gravity A EllisD & Ray Bong Circa Survive Coheed & Cambria Big Sam's Funky Nation Fleur De Tease Rotary Downs Porter-Batiste-Stoltz Rockie Charles Sam & Ruby Panorama Jazz Band The Happy Talk
Talk
Band Henry Butler Jamie McLean Band Dave Gregg and the Barefoot Philistines Ratty Scurvics Singularity NOOMOON Tribe Chant w/Curse Mackey (AN)drew Madinc. Sista Otis My Graveyard Jaw Widetrack Why Are We Building Such A Big Ship? Brass Bed DJ Slice DJ Proppa Bear Pain Tribe Gokh-Bi System Morning 40 Federation Liquidrone Cute Is What We Aim For The New Orleans
New Orleans
Bingo! Show Mighty Clouds Of Joy Jon Cleary and the Absolute Monster Gentlemen Trombone Shorty and Orleans Ave The Furious? Ballerinas Amanda Shaw
Amanda Shaw
and the Cute Guys Christian Scott, Deacon John Groove Sect Good Guys Crooked Illusion Fields LOID Nag Hammadi Sirena Serpentina Trevor Green The Syndrome TheTransmission Sinister Trailer Park WORMS UNION Noisician Coalition Snuff Sugar, Aurora Aerial

2006[edit] The 2006 Voodoo Music + Arts Experience was held from October 28–29, 2006.

Official lineup:

Red Hot Chili Peppers Duran Duran The Meters Kings of Leon The Flaming Lips Wu Tang Clan Social Distortion My Chemical Romance Shooter Jennings Drive-By Truckers The Secret Machines Broken Social Scene Blue October Brazilian Girls Ferry Corsten Kinky Jamie Lidell The Living Things Joseph Arthur Otra Mutemath Fatter Than Albert Jose Conde y Ola fresca Ellipsis Soul Rebels Terra Diablo Trombone Shorty Imagination Movers Ballzack Amanda Shaw NOOMOON Tribe Worms Union Nag Hammadi Pain Tribe Zydepunks Spoonfed Tribe Ray Bong & Mad Mike Six Foot Shallow Ozomatli Yerba Buena Jack's Mannequin The Rentals The Fiery Furnaces The Whigs Cowboy Mouth Kermit Ruffins Morning 40 Federation Big Sam's Funky Nation Hot 8 Brass Band Jon Cleary Sam & Ruby Dan Dyer NOOMOON Tribe Worms Union Nag Hammadi Pain Tribe F.I.S.T. DJ Jinx Ratty Scurvics The Eyelash Carpets

2005[edit] The 2005 Voodoo Music + Arts Experience was held from October 29–30, 2005.

Official lineup:

Nine Inch Nails Queens of the Stone Age The Flaming Lips LCD Soundsystem The Decemberists Dr. John New York Dolls The Secret Machines Social Distortion Kermit Ruffins Rebirth Brass Band Cowboy Mouth Mindless Self Indulgence Morning 40 Federation Atone Pain Tribe Ballzack Big Sam's Funky Nation Billy Idol Bonerama Dan Dyer Dan the Automator Death From Above 1979 The Bravery Brazilian Girls Brotherhood of Groove Cake Carl Cox Digable Planets Fi Yi Yi - Spirits of the Mandingo Warrior Frame of Mind Ghost Handsome Boy Modeling School Ivan Neville's Dumpstaphunk Jose Conde Y Ola Fresca King Wilkie Louis XIV Michael Torcher Nag Hammadi Noomoon Tribe Prince Paul Red Rockers Ryan Adams Samurai Deli Something for Rockets Spam Allstars

2004[edit] The 2004 Voodoo Music + Arts Experience was held from October 29–31, 2004.

Official lineup:

Beastie Boys Green Day Pixies Sonic Youth Kid Rock Velvet Revolver Cypress Hill The Killers De La Soul Talib Kweli The Polyphonic Spree A Tribe Called Quest Alter Bridge Ambulance LTD Catch Velvet Cowboy Mouth DJ Logic DJ Medi4 DJ P Dropping Daylight Eisley Fall as Well Ferry Corsten Funk Fast Forward Ghost Gogol Bordello Gomez Gooding The Hanks John Digweed Joseph Arthur Juliette & The Licks KillRadio Lake Trout LTJ Bukem Mauro Picotto Metric Mix Master Mike Morning 40 Federation New Found Glory Northern State O-Fresh Particle Paul Van Dyk Phantom Planet Rock City Morgue Shinedown Slunt Snow Patrol Steel Pulse Sugarcult Supagroup Theresa Anderson Pleasure Club The Thrills Wylde Bunch

2003[edit] The 2003 Voodoo Music + Arts Experience was held from October 31-November 1, 2003.

Official lineup:

The White Stripes Iggy Pop Marilyn Manson 50 Cent A Perfect Circle Paul Oakenfold Questlove Ludacris Godsmack Cowboy Mouth Better Than Ezra Queens of the Stone Age Staind Galactic Mindless Self Indulgence The String Cheese Incident Z-trip Fuel Marc Broussard Howie Day The Roots P.O.D 12 Stones Adema Supagroup The Subdudes Rabbit in the Moon Kill Hannah X Disco Biscuits The Donnas Revis Felix Da Housecat Mos Def Blackalicious Karl Denson Gov't Mule Cypress Hill Smile Empty Soul Rusted Root Galactic Bad Boy Bill DJ Dan RJD2 Robert Randolph and the family

2002[edit] The 2002 Voodoo Music + Arts Experience was held from October 25–27, 2002.

Official lineup:

311 Michael Franti No Doubt Jack Johnson Garbage Crystal Method Counting Crows Spearhead Jurassic 5 Down Macy Gray Sum 41 The X-ecutioners Cut Chemist Z-Trip Galactic North Mississippi Allstars Brunch w/ Blind Boyz Bouva El Angel hed pe Stryfe Nappy Roots DJ Haul & Mason Tim Walsh's Lasers

2001[edit] The 2001 Voodoo Music + Arts Experience was held from October 26–28, 2001.

Official lineup:

Tool Snoop Dogg The Black Crowes Bush Gov't Mule Karl Denson John Mayer Missy Elliott Penelope Tuesdae Will Hoge Brand New Immortals Tricky G. Love and Special
Special
Sauce Better Than Ezra Dan Dyer Spooks Karl Denson's Tiny Universe Brint Anderson Treme Brass Band Bamboula Lil Rascals Brass Band Anders Osborne Marva Wright Matt Nyce Indieo Julius Papp A-Trak DJ Craze Stryfe Rah Smoove

2000[edit] The 2000 Voodoo Music + Arts Experience was held from October 27–29, 2000.

Official lineup:

Stone Temple Pilots Eminem Ben Harper The Black Eyed Peas Cypress Hill Blues Traveler Cowboy Mouth 311 Live Counting Crows Galactic Will Hoge Guster TUBA Madstone Section Eight I-cast Musician's Cook-off Getaway People

1999[edit] The 1999 Voodoo Music + Arts Experience was held on October 31, 1999.

Official lineup:

Wyclef Jean
Wyclef Jean
and the Refugee All-Stars George Clinton and the Parliament-Funkadelic Moby Ben Folds Five The Roots Train Third Eye Blind Dr. John Dr. John
Dr. John
Tribute Set Bamboula 2000 Marvelous 3 Dash Rip Rock Jude Citizen King Deadeye Dick Jon Cleary Cool Bone The Getaway People Bag of Doughnuts Michael Ray & CK Kathleen LaGue Speed Buggy [7]

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See also[edit]

Rock music portal

List of historic rock festivals

References[edit]

^ "2001winners". Pollstarpro.com. Retrieved 2014-05-18.  ^ "Live Nation Acquires Voodoo Music & Arts Experience in New Orleans" (Text). Billboard. 2013-10-24. Retrieved 2014-06-21.  ^ kspera@theadvocate.com, KEITH SPERA . "2017 Voodoo Fest: Everything you need to know as the Foo Fighters, Killers, other big acts take over City Park". The Advocate. Retrieved 2018-04-03.  ^ "Voodoo Music + Arts Experience". Voodoo Music + Arts Experience. Retrieved 31 October 2017.  ^ Woodward, Alex (18 June 2015). "Voodoo Fest announces 2015 lineup: Ozzy, Florence + the Machine, Modest Mouse
Modest Mouse
and more". Best of New Orleans. Retrieved 19 August 2015.  ^ a b "The 2013 Voodoo Music + Arts Experience Nov 1-3, 2013". Lineup.thevoodooexperience.com. Retrieved 2014-05-18.  ^ "Crowds brave rain to see bands; 20 acts perform at inaugural fest". Times Picayune. 1999-11-01. p. B1. ISSN 1055-3053.  ^ Spera, Keith (1999-10-29). "Voodoo music an eclectic mix". Times Picayune. p. L10. ISSN 1055-3053. 

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Festivals

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Creamfields
Australia Dcode Digital Dreams Discovery Download Faster Horses FortaRock I Love Techno Impact-fest Jamboree in the Hills KISW
KISW
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Main Square Festival
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The Fillmore
Charlotte The Fillmore
The Fillmore
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The Fillmore
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The Fillmore
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PNC Bank Arts Center Jones Beach Theater Paramount Theatre (booking only) Union County Performing Arts Center (booking only) Glen Helen Amphitheater Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre Gibson Amphitheatre Hollywood Palladium Wiltern Theatre Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre (Tinley Park, Illinois) Huntington Bank Pavilion Bottom Lounge
Bottom Lounge
(booking) BB&T Pavilion Festival Pier River Stage at Great Plaza Boyd Theatre Starplex Pavilion Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center
Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center
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Chastain Park
Amphitheatre Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
(booking only) White River Amphitheatre Ak-Chin Pavilion MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre Klipsch Amphitheatre at Bayfront Park Revolution Live (booking only) Fillmore Auditorium Blossom Music Center Jacobs Pavilion
Jacobs Pavilion
(booking only) Toyota Amphitheatre Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre (Maryland Heights, Missouri) The Pageant
The Pageant
(50%) KeyBank Pavilion Coastal Credit Union Music Park Red Hat Amphitheater
Red Hat Amphitheater
(booking only) PNC Music Pavilion Uptown Amphitheater at the NC Music Factory Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park
White River State Park
(booking only) Mattress Firm Amphitheatre SDSU Open Air Theatre (booking only) Viejas Arena
Viejas Arena
(booking only) Xfinity Theatre Rentschler Field (booking only) Mohegan Sun Arena
Mohegan Sun Arena
(booking only) Starlight Theatre (booking only) Alpine Valley Music Theatre Riverbend Music Center (booking only) PNC Pavilion Coral Sky Amphitheatre Oak Mountain Amphitheatre Hersheypark Stadium
Hersheypark Stadium
(booking only) Sands Bethlehem Event Center (booking only) Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater Austin360 Amphitheater Isleta Amphitheater Sandia Casino Amphitheater (booking only) Darien Lake
Darien Lake
Performing Arts Center The Pavilion (Scranton, Pennsylvania) Saratoga Performing Arts Center The Gorge Amphitheatre Jamboree in the Hills Festival Site Budweiser Stage Rogers Arena
Rogers Arena
(booking only) Commodore Ballroom Nation London Stadium O2 Apollo Manchester Sheffield Arena O2 Guildhall Southampton Cream AFAS Live Ziggo Dome Motorpoint Arena Cardiff 3Arena Bord Gáis Energy Theatre Pala Alpitour Torino Palavela Palais Nikaia
Palais Nikaia
(50%) Toyota Music Factory

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Arenas/stadiums

Alario Center BREC Memorial Stadium Burton Coliseum Cajundome CenturyLink Center F.G. Clark Center Fant–Ewing Coliseum Frederick J. Sigur Civic Center Fredrick C. Hobdy Assembly Center Harang Jr. Municipal Auditorium Hirsch Memorial Coliseum Houma Terrebonne Civic Center Ike Hamilton Expo Center Independence Stadium Lakefront Arena Lamar Dixon Expo Center Mercedes-Benz Superdome Monroe Civic Center Pete Maravich Assembly Center Pontchartrain Center Prather Coliseum Raising Cane's River Center
Raising Cane's River Center
Arena Rapides Parish Coliseum Shrine on Airline Smoothie King Center Stopher Gymnasium Sudduth Coliseum Tad Gormley Stadium Thomas Assembly Center Tiger Stadium University Center Yulman Stadium

Concert halls

Jefferson Performing Arts Center LSU Tiger Band Hall Mahalia Jackson Theater of the Performing Arts McAlister Auditorium Orpheum Theater River Center Theater for Performing Arts RiverView Theater Saenger Theatre Shaw Center for the Arts

Historic venues

Congo Square Shreveport Municipal Memorial Auditorium

Outdoor venues

Champions Square Greek Theatre New Orleans
New Orleans
City Park New Orleans
New Orleans
Fairgrounds

Theaters and clubs

Carver Theater Civic Theatre Columbia Theatre for the Performing Arts House of Blues The Howlin' Wolf Joy Theater Maple Leaf Bar Preservation Hall Rock n' Bowl Snug Harbor State Palace Theatre Tipitina's

Festivals

Bayou Country Superfest DeltaFest Essence Music Festival Festival International French Quarter Festival Highland Jazz & Blues Festival New Orleans
New Orleans
Jazz & Heritage Festival Satchmo SummerFest Voodoo Experience

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Traveling (italics = ongoing)

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Culture

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