Guests should prepare for airport style metal detectors upon entering BUKU Music + Arts Project 2014 this Saturday, March 21, and Sunday, March 22. BUKU and Mardi Gras World Staff ask that guests keep in mind entrance will only be permitted once guests are cleared through security. In order to eliminate longer wait times, we ask that you be conscious of items on your persons that can be confiscated or items that will set off security systems. For more information, visit the BUKU Website.
NEW ORLEANS, LA (December 10, 2013) – After last year’s highly successful sold-out event,
producers of the BUKU Music + Art Project are proud to announce that the festival will return to New
Orleans for its third year with a wide-ranging roster of acclaimed performers, plus an array of visual art
installations and local food vendors. BUKU 2014 will be held in the heart of New Orleans, just minutes
from the French Quarter, at Blaine Kern’s Mardi Gras World on March 21st and 22nd, 2014. Tickets to
the 18+ event, including special VIP and travel packages, are currently on sale at
Over 45 artists have been announced to perform across four unique & intimate stages set along the
Mississippi River, including: the main outdoor Power Plant Stage with an abandoned early 20th Century
power plant looming in the backdrop; the electronic-focused Float Den Stage situated in a gigantic
Mardi Gras float manufacturing warehouse; the sleek indoor Ballroom Stage; and the new Back Alley
Stage with views of the city’s iconic Crescent City Connection bridge.