Voodoo Fest Won’t Return Until 2022
Jun 14 2021

Voodoo Fest Won’t Return Until 2022

By: Madeline Taliancich

Festivals are really feeling the stain of the COVID pandemic and many are choosing to hold off until things start to look better. One NOLA festival known for its yearly City Park Halloween weekend celebrations will not be returning this year. Voodoo Music + Arts Experience has announced that it will be making its grand return to the festival scene in 2022 instead of 2021.

Voodoo has been a staple in the New Orleans festival scene since 1999 when it was just one day with three stages in Tad Gormley Stadium. Today, the festival is known for its three days of celebrations, always during Halloween weekend, featuring local musicians, indie performers, and performers from the mainstream. Although there won't be a Voodoo Music + Arts Experience this year, past performers have ranged from Post Malone and Eminem to My Chemical Romance and Duran Duran.

Past Voodoo attendees didn't just have the opportunity to listen to great musicians. Because of its unique position as a Halloween weekend festival, many attendees used the event as an excuse to dress in elaborate costumes and there were always different displays for photo ops, often spookily themed. Enjoying the festival itself has grown into something as exciting as watching the musicians perform over the years. But, this year, fans of Voodoo will just have to enjoy Halloween weekend outside of the bounds of a fest.

Those with tickets to the event should have received an email within 24 hours of Voodoo's announcement with information about refunds and rollover to the 2022 experience.

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