New Orleans is known for many things: one of them being the “Most Haunted City in the Country.” New Orleans is also considered to be a city of life-changing live music festivals. If you are a fan of both, there is only one weekend a year that combines both experiences for a three day, musically-enhanced paranormal weekend commonly known as Voodoo Fest.
Voodoo Music + Arts Experience
The Voodoo Music + Arts Experience has grown to become one of the city’s most attended music festivals, second only to Jazz Fest. The combination of big music headliners from around the world, art installations throughout the festival grounds, and the hundreds of costumed attendees that are seen at Voodoo Fest allow for an ambiance unlike any other.
Put on your spookiest costume and get your tickets for this New Orleans Halloween experience. This year, Voodoo Festival takes place Oct. 30- Nov. 1.
The Voodoo Festival 2015 lineup includes headliners such as the Ozzy Osbourne, Florence + The Machine, Zac Brown Band, Modest Mouse, Deadmau5, Jane’s Addiction, Jack Ü and Steve Angello, plus many other jaw dropping performances. The three day festival also includes art installations throughout the festival grounds, plus a marketplace of local artists throughout the weekend.
New Orleans Voodoo Festival goers will be experiencing the supernatural activities of Halloween while Worshiping the Music under City Park’s majestic Oak trees.
Looking to Experience the Music at Voodoo? A room at the Bienville House puts you just a streetcar ride away from this event as well as providing you with a historical New Orleans haunted stay. Book your room today.