The name Buku just sounds like something you don’t want to mess with, like voodoo. But in actuality, the term Buku means “many” or “a lot of.” Meaning there will be a lot of commotion, partying, and good-time-having down in Louisiana this March at Buku Festival.
Buku Music and Arts Project, this year, will feature a plethora of artists from different genres. Most popular on this list is hip-hop and electronic music. The main headliners this year include; Migos, Virtual Self (Porter Robinson’s new side project), Bassnectar, Lil Uzi Vert, Alison Wonderland, Snails, Rezz, Flatbush Zombies. On top of that, you have rock artists from the likes of MGMT, A Day To Remember, and Falling In Reverse.
You can check out ticketing information, lineups from years past, and more on their website.
30 Minutes of Buku Mix from Flow
To promote this festival, we have an exclusive mix from the Pacific Northwest’s very own Flow. He has opened for Netsky, Trampa, Party Thieves, TWRK, Styles&Complete, Dabin, Adair, and Cesqeaux. Growing up on the south side of Seattle, Nick Bash developed a love for hip-hop and rap music at a young age.
After being primarily involved in the hip-hop scene for the majority of his life, he attended his first rave in 2010 where he was christened with the name Flow by his peers. After that, everything changed. He then sought out to incorporate his admiration for hip-hop, and fuse it with his newly acquired love for dance music. His high energy sets, all-encompassing style, and enthusiastic stage presence knows no bounds.
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