Voodoo Grid Schedule

Voodoo Music Fest Announces Day-by-Day Lineup
Tickets On Sale Now

Rage Against The Machine
New Orleans' Voodoo Music Festival has announced its official, day-by-day schedule (available here). Set to take place October 26-28, a limited number of $40, single-day tickets will be available for sale Friday, September 14 at 10 a.m. Full-weekend passes are $115 and are available via Ticketmaster now.

More than 100 acts will perform during the festival's three days, and on three different stages – Le Ritual, Le Flambeau and Le Carnival.

The full lineup for all three days of Voodoo is listed below:

Friday, October 26:
Rage Against The Machine, Kings Of Leon, Toots and the Maytals, M.I.A., Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Jason Isbell, Galactic featuring Chali 2na (of Jurassic 5) and Lyrics Born, Porcupine Trees, JJ Grey & MOFRO, Dax Riggs, Earl Greyhound, Lez Zeppelin, Soul Rebels Brass Band, Donald Harrison plus the Congo Nation, Bonerama, CC Adcock and Lil’ Band O’ Gold, Hot 8 Brass Band, Theresa Andersson, Dan Dyer, Ghost, Zydepunks, Jose Conde y Ola Fresca, Meriwether, Vavavoom, Fatter Than Albert, Amy Cook, DJ Tom Harvey, Eyelash Carpets, Noisician Coalition/Noise Parade, LUX, Hands of Nero, The Mad Mike Experience, Heavenly Trip To Hell, Palanquin Diaries, Slew Foot, Gravity A, EllisD & Ray Bong.

Saturday, October 27:
The Smashing Pumpkins, Ben Harper and the Innocent Criminals, Sinead O’Connor, Ti?sto, New Orleans Social Club, Spoon, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Ghostland Observatory, Toubab Krewe, Motion City Soundtrack, Mute Math, Kermit Ruffins and the Barbeque Swingers, The New Orleans Bingo! Show, Dexateens, Ivan Neville’s Dumpstaphunk, Circa Survive, Coheed & Cambria, Big Sam’s Funky Nation, Fleur De Tease, Rotary Downs, Porter-Batiste-Stoltz, Rockie Charles, Sam and Ruby, Panorama Jazz Band, The Happy Talk Band, Henry Butler, Jamie McLean Band, Dave Gregg and the Barefoot Philistines, Ratty Scurvics Singularity, NOOMOON Tribe, Chant w/Curse Mackey, Sista Otis, My Graveyard Jaw, Widetrack, Why Are We Building Such A Big Ship?, Brass Bed, DJ Slice, DJ Proppa Bear, Pain Tribe w/Tapwater Mind Control and Revo Industries, Gokh-Bi System, 'The Artist Revolution' Winner.

Sunday, October 28:
Wilco, Dr. John, Fall Out Boy, Common, Plain White T’s, The Black Crowes, Irma Thomas, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, Ska Cubano, Zap Mama, Quintron and Miss Pussycat, Marc Broussard, Paolo Nutini, Gym Class Heroes, Morning 40 Federation, Liquidrone, Cute Is What We Aim For, The New Orleans Bingo! Show, Mighty Clouds Of Joy, Jon Cleary and the Absolute Monster Gentlemen, Trombone Shorty and Orleans Ave, The Furious? Ballerinas, Amanda Shaw and the Cute Guys, Christian Scott, Deacon John, Groove Sect, Good Guys, Crooked, Illusion Fields, LOID, Nag Hammadi, Sirena Serpentina, Trevor Green, the Syndrome, theTransmission, Sinister Trailer Park, WORMS UNION, Noisician Coalition, Snuff Sugar, Aurora Aerial.

For a grid breakdown, please go to www.voodoomusicfest.com.


FALL NEW ORLEANS FESTIVAL
ANNOUNCES LINE-UP

Black Crowes by Gary Evans
The New Orleans Music Experience returns October 26, 27 & 28 with headliners Rage Against The Machine, The Black Crowes, Wilco, M.I.A., Smashing Pumpkins, Ben Harper and the Innocent Criminals, Sinead O'Connor and the Kings of Leon.

Set in New Orleans' City Park, the three-day festival features multiple stages including the Le Flambeau Stage featuring Dr. John, Ivan Neville's Dumpstaphunk, Toubab Krewe, JJ Grey & MOFRO, New Orleans Social Club, Toots and the Maytals, Marc Broussard and many more. The Le Carnival Stage will showcase edgy talent like Ghostland Observatory, Morning 40 Federation, The New Orleans Bingo! Show, Tiesto and more.

The two-day event has grown to three this year, with internet sales beginning June 29th and regular sales starting July 20th. Both regular and VIP passes will be available.


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gmoo starstarstarstarstar Fri 6/22/2007 12:53PM
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gmoo

A pre-pre-halloween party. I guess there's a birthday goin' on somewhere...this does look fun though.

deftone984 Fri 6/22/2007 01:02PM
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deftone984

is there some catch here? rage and the quasi-pumpkins for 100 bills. along with three days of music. sounds pretty damn good to me.

Gille starstarstarstar Fri 6/22/2007 01:12PM
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Gille

Galactic is also on this really sweet bill!

thecurtainhasclosed Fri 6/22/2007 02:10PM
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thecurtainhasclosed

I went last year, Chili Peppers were the only thing worth while, minus the Flaming Lips & Ozomatli. Will definately be there this year, awesome spot for a festi, right in the middle of a park with tight ass museums & buildings all around. real good time.

Mdpickles starstarstarstarstar Fri 6/22/2007 03:17PM
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"Galactic is also on this really sweet bill!"
thats right Gille! Their should be another dozen hetty NoLa bands and supergroups as well.

mccordo starstarstarstarstar Fri 6/22/2007 03:26PM
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mccordo

I went last year for the 1st day only and had a blast! We caught the (original) Meters, Drive By Truckers, a slew of local brass and funk bands and about 30 minutes of RCHP, which included a Meters sit-in. I was disappointed that the Meters played at the same time as most of the RHCP set, because there were about 500 people by the end of the Meters set...that's a damn shame for a group of musical legends playing in their home town!

sunnbear Fri 6/22/2007 03:55PM
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sunnbear

NUTHING COMPARES 2 QUEBALL O'CONNER!

Ubiquitous starstarstarstarstar Sat 6/23/2007 03:54PM
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Made the 11 hour drive last year, and it was beyond worth it. This year the line up looks even more solid, I'll definitely be making the drive again.

dudeski3 Sat 6/23/2007 04:01PM
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dudeski3

what an incredible festival line-up.

DAMONCORY starstarstarstarstar Sat 6/23/2007 04:25PM
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DAMONCORY

Im getting tics, This will be my first visit.
Any NOLA readers / travelers out there that can reccomend a good hostel / place to stay near the action

nsafay Sun 6/24/2007 07:56AM
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this is my first time commenting here, but reading this article remeinded of some badass years here. remember like '97-02? you'd see the meters in the day, panic in the evening, mule w/ logic at night and debate on galactic or the tiny universe for the sunrise show...three days days straight of funkin round nawlens and then try to make the flight out at 6:30am monday to make classes so you wouldn't miss a test. damn i've gotten old. ever think it could be like that jamband scene again during (pre)halloween weekend there? not that i could ever party like that again....

curtbraski Sun 6/24/2007 10:58AM
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curtbraski

Dude bras, this is going to be ill. Blows last year's lineup away category 5 style. Glad its 3 days now too. Sinead is going to insane. word

Angelemerald Sun 6/24/2007 11:52AM
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Angelemerald

Where's My Mule?

kb4404 Sun 6/24/2007 04:17PM
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kolmah, I'm with you man I miss those three day Panic weekends. It has been great to see Voodoo grow, but I would trade it all for a Panic UNO show!!

stukinkendall starstarstarstarstar Sun 6/24/2007 04:27PM
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ARE WE LOOKING AT AN ALL DAY THING THAT GOES THROUGH THE NIGHT OR ARE WE SHUTTING DOWN AT 7 P.M. AND HITTING SOME KICKASS LATE-NITE SHOWS ALA JAZZFEST? THIS IS GONNA KICK SOME NOLA ASS!!!

YEMolly starstarstar Mon 6/25/2007 07:57AM
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YEMolly

I went last year and had a great time. I see people shafting on the line-up from last year, but I don't know what why b/c it was great! Flaming Lips, BRZILIAN GIRLS, Chili Peppers, Mute Math, even Blue October was pretty good... I think they shut things down about 11:00 or midnight if I remember correctly. But New Orleans truely is the city that never sleeps, so they'll be plenty of partyin' going on afterwards. Hellz yeah.

Jeruth Mon 6/25/2007 11:45AM
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Jeruth

i went with the pixies, beastie boys, green day and killers and it was dope

knibbs Mon 6/25/2007 04:24PM
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knibbs

wow N'Oleans, or Vegas? hummmmmmmmm...kinda perplexing, I wonder if/when the Pumpkins will be coming to Chicago? They're playing everywhere else this summer/fall bastards! Must wait til the Goose announces full lineup.

nobodysjam starstarstarstarstar Wed 6/27/2007 07:44PM
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nobodysjam

I'd stack this up vs. Austin this year - N.O. gets the nod on both music and PARTY, an up and coming fest for sure. Maybe another late show or two this weekend yet to come.

combformydomb Tue 7/24/2007 01:01PM
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Wait.. wait. This doesn't make sense their playing at Vegoose and Voodoo on the same weekend. something is not right. What day does rage play voodoo in New Orleans. Friday im guessing, Im about to get my ticket for Voodoo but now I dont evn know if rage is really gonn be there. And the smashing pumpkins didn post their dates at voodoo on myspace. I intially thought rage would play all three days of voodoo? Im not sure how this festival works though do some bands paly everyday? and which days will rage be

gurgi617 Mon 9/10/2007 02:05PM
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gurgi617

i am really looking forward to this....rage, pumpkins-esque, kings of leon, gravity a, p-b-s, dumpstaphunk, toubab krewe, and the black crowes, all good stuff

galctic is garbage and should never be allowed to play, but they are now a new orleans staple, so i have to get used to their presence, even if stanton moore is lame and the others do not help to make the music any good.

it will be a great time. this will be my first voodoo in the new location, i am used to it at marconi meadows. i am looking forward to the new spot.

gmoo Mon 9/10/2007 04:05PM
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gmoo

Galactic is the anti-garbage sir

bbcfm Tue 9/11/2007 01:07AM
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gurgi617,

I was right there with you until you through Stanton and Galactic under the bus. You might not dig em', but most musicians in New Orleans think of them as anything but garbage. They are some of the most respected dudes in the New Orleans music scene.

PhilnWeird starstarstarstarstar Wed 9/12/2007 06:06AM
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PhilnWeird

gurgi617> You sir are an idiot. I think if you have been living in New Orleans for a while you should know that Galactic is there to stay. They have been lighting N.O. up for 11 years now. Just don't go to the shows. I can't believe that you said they shouldn't be allowed to play. Stanton is the man.

jenofeve Tue 10/2/2007 02:38PM
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jenofeve

I found a link for winning tickets to the voodoo music experience. they're picking 5 winners for 1 pair of tickets each. The drawing is Oct.15th. Its worth a shot.

http://www.cegmusic.com/mailers/concert_contests/voodoo_music_experience.htm