The Voodoo Guide: Day-by-Day Schedule, Deja Voodoo Afterparties, and More

Guest written by Kelsey James

photo by Zach Smith Photography

Voodoo Music + Arts Festival will make its return for their 19th year in a row this coming Halloween weekend. With four different stages spread throughout the New Orleans City Park area and 65 different acts, this festival is surely one you do not want to miss. Voodoo boasts an eclectic lineup with something for everyone; headliners range across the genre spectrum of rap, alternative, rock, and electronic. The diversity in attendees reflect this large range of artists, big and small.

The festival kicks off on Friday, October 27th. Artists for the day include headliners Kendrick Lamar, LCD Soundsystem, and Galantis, with a handful of undercard artists such as Marian Hill, NGHTMRE, Autograf, JOYRYDE, Flow Tribe, and more. Saturday, October 28th brings artists including Foo Fighters, DJ Snake, and RL Grime, plus K. Flay, Illenium, Pell, local favorite Otto, and others. To conclude the weekend is heavy-hitter Sunday, with performances by The Killers, Dillon Francis, Post Malone, Louis the Child, SNBRN, and other New Orleans local Zander. The festival is stacked from beginning to end with artists sure to bring stellar performances.

Recently announced by the minds behind Voodoo is the Deja Voodoo afterparties. Spread throughout all three nights are eight spectacular shows to keep the party going. Plan your after-festival plans by taking a look at the entire list below! After-fest performances include shows by Prophets of Rage, Ghostland Observatory, Illenium, Oliver Heldens & Bonnie x Clyde, Mija, and more. These afterparties give fans the opportunity to check out some of their favorite artists and bands (plus ones never heard before) in a much more intimate setting.

In order to be one of the first to see the schedule early, download the #VoodooFest app! The schedule will be out on Wednesday, and will be posted on the Voodoo website on Thursday.

One day GA and VIP tickets, plus whole weekend passes can still be purchased here. Don’t miss out on one of the last festivals of the season!

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