Voodoo offers camping tickets, non camping tickets and VIP passes so you can do this kooky festival in a variety of ways.
Voodoo takes over New Orleans Park for three days over Halloween weekend and has been part of the city’s musical calendar since 1999, building on local traditions that celebrate the day of the dead.
While it was briefly displaced by Hurricane Katrina, over the last few years its become even bigger and last year found a new permanent home, attracting the hottest band and DJs from all over the world. But it’s not just the same big names you’ll see everywhere this summer there are stages dedicated to the ‘Big Easy’, burlesque and circus acts, blues and jazz to cover the full spectrum of music that New Orleans is infamous for.
Voodoo is a family friendly festival, with kids under ten getting in free and plenty to keep little ones amused. Expect plenty of New Orleans flamboyance and a buckets of carnival spirit.
You can’t leave New Orleans without visiting the world-famous French quarter, full of old taverns and wandering musicians.
How do I get there?
Using the StreetCars: There are three different lines: St. Charles, Canal Street, and the Riverfront, each of which originates downtown but takes you different parts of the city.
Travelling by Bus: Operated by the New Orleans Regional Transit Authority, city bus lines offer a convenient, affordable way to get around New Orleans. For $1.25 one-way you can get to most areas of town, including trendy Magazine Street uptown (Bus Route 11).
Travelling by Train: Amtrak offers routes to New Orleans from a number of cities across the country. Three trains service the New Orleans area: City of New Orleans, Crescent and Sunset Limited.
General Admission: $125
When can I get them?
Tickets on sale now
Where can I get them?
Tickets are available via the website