Deep in New Orleans on Halloween weekend, the Voodoo Music and Arts Experience will be held. The festival is set for three days, October 30, October 31 and November 1 at New Orleans City Park. Noted as one of the most diverse festivals in the country, this year’s lineup will again back up that sentiment. Big artists from multiple genres will be taking the stage at New Orleans Park over the three days.
On the secondary market, Voodoo Fest tickets have an average price of $254.10 with a get-in price of $168 for a three-day pass. While three-day passes are the cheapest they have been on the secondary market in recent memory, a price premium still exists when compared to the primary market. Pre-sale three-day passes were available through Tuesday, June 23 at 11am CST and went for $125, which was 50.8% cheaper than the current three-day pass average and 39.3% less expensive than the cheapest three-day pass on the resale market. General on-sale has boosted ticket price to $150 on Voodoo’s main website, though that is still 41% cheaper than secondary market average and 27.1% cheaper than the $206 get-in price.
The first night of the festival will feature Florence + the Machine as the main headliner, with Modest Mouse, Girl Talk and Jack Ü as the other top billed acts. Saturday will see Ozzy Osbourne featuring Geezer Butler, Tom Morello and Slash as the last performer, along with Jane’s Addiction and Santigold earlier in the day. The final day will arguably be the biggest with Zac Brown Band headlining, supported by Deadmau5, Chance the Rapper and Third Eye Blind.
Here is the full Voodoo Music Festival Lineup:
Friday, Oct. 30: Florence + The Machine, Jack Ü, Modest Mouse, Alesso, Girl Talk, Jason Isbell, Gerard Way, Yelawolf, Destructo, Joey Bada$$ and the Soul Rebels, The Joy Formidable, Ryan Bingham, Jauz, Frank Turner & the Sleeping Souls, Salva, Jessica Hernandez & the Deltas, Wax Motif, Hundred Waters, Grizfolk, Flow Tribe, Dan Dyer, Hello Negro, St. Cecilia's Asylum Chorus,
Saturday, Oct. 31: Ozzy Osbourne featuring Geezer Butler, Tom Morello and Slash, Jane's Addiction, Santigold, Duke Dumont, Giorgio Moroder, Clutch, Zhu, Django Django, Lettuce, The Growlers, Babes in Toyland, Jacob Plant, Terence Blanchard featuring The E-Collective, Nina Las Vegas, Fantastic Negrito, Joywave, The Struts, The Suffers, The Wans, Veridia, Mike Dillon's Punk Rock Percussion Consortium, Mississippi Rail Company, Carmine P. Filthy & A Boy Named Ruth, Kompression with Unicorn Fukr and Herb Christopher
Sunday, Nov. 1: Zac Brown Band, Deadmau5, Chance The Rapper, Eric Prydz, Slightly Stoopid, Third Eye Blind, The Cult, Tchami, Bro Safari, Fishbone, Title Fight, Dumpstaphunk, Elliphant, Mija, The Temperance Movement, Here Come the Mummies, July Talk, Rozzi Crane, Quickie Mart, Tysson, Baby Bee, The Ludlow Thieves, Babygirl