BUKU Music & Art Festival is making its return next year. They just announced the highly-anticipated 2022 lineup for the 10-year anniversary in New Orleans. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the festival was canceled in both 2020 and 2021, but fans will finally get the chance to return to the playground of BUKU in no time. The festival will take place on March 25-26, 2022 and will be a celebration of not only music, but also art and community in the Big Easy.
BUKU Music & Art Festival Lineup
The 2022 BUKU festival has yet again crafted a lineup that highlights some of music’s most unique and impactful artists from all different genres. This includes headlining sets from Grammy award-winning artist Tyler, The Creator and Australian psychedelic rock band Tame Impala. Moreover, the festival features multiple of electronic music’s most highly regarded artists such as Porter Robinson, Rezz, and Alison Wonderland.
Local Artists at BUKU
Along with the exciting top-tier music, BUKU will also be highlighting local artists from New Orleans and nearby cities. The event has always been known for their strong support of local artists. This will include talented artists such as TVBOO, sfam, Neno Calvin, ANTWIGADEE!, BluShakurX, BRob49, Stone Cold Jzzle, Tatyanna XL, Treety and also many others.
Activities at BUKU
BUKU will have additional activities that attendees can look forward to, including indoor and outdoor stage environments. There will be pop-up breakdancing crews, inspiring art installations, and creations from local graffiti artists. There will also be plenty more surprises during the two-day festival.
Pre-sale registration for BUKU tickets are now available on the festival’s official website. Pre-sale tickets will officially go on sale on December 17th, and then tickets for the general public will launch on December 20th.
There will be multiple ticket options attendees can choose from including General Admission (GA), GA Plus, and two types of VIP packages.
Visit the official website for more information and to purchase tickets: https://www.thebukuproject.com