BUKU 2014 Music + Art Project Preview
Ready for a little taste of New Orleans? The BUKU Music + Art Project brings some Cajun flare to the music festival season. This is Mardi Gras on steroids.
Taking place over two days in mid-March, the festival is located just along the eastern bank of the Mississippi River in view of beautiful downtown New Orleans. One of the more unforgettable venues we’ve come across, BUKU has way more character than your average fest.
BUKU Music + Art Project is fully loaded with all the fixings. Just check out the official announcement video below.
BUKU 2014 Tickets
“GA 2-Day Pass holders will enjoy the full Friday and Saturday BUKU lineup across several unique indoor and outdoor stages, along with great New Orleans eats and custom-made art installations.”.
General Admission Passes
BUKU Vet 2-Day Pass – $119.50
BUKU Advance 2-Day Pass – $139.50
BUKU Regular 2-Day Pass – $169.50
BUKU Vet VIP 2-Day Pass – $309.50
BUKU Advance VIP 2-Day Pass – $349.50
BUKU Regular VIP 2-Day Pass – $399.50
For additional information on tickets, check out the official listings here.
Are BUKU VIP Passes Worth It?
Looking to do it big in the Big Easy? BUKU VIP passes are a surefire way to go all in on your New Orleans experience.
VIP Passes include member only viewing areas to all three of the main stages. It also gives you exclusive access to the S.S. BUKU, a 3-level New Orleans-style riverboat docked along the Mississippi River that we’re freaking out just writing about. The riverboat is outfitted with an open bar, views of the main stage and additional festival grounds, and a climate controlled lounge area. This easily makes for the coolest VIP perks we’ve come across and the price is certainly reasonable.
Are VIP passes worth it to BUKU? That’s just a silly question. 2014 is a great year to splurge for the riverboat.
BUKU 2014 Lineup
BUKU 2014 Mix
Can’t Miss Artists in 2014
– Flaming Lips
– Schoolboy Q
– Baauer b2b RL Grime
– Danny Brown
– Miami Horror
– The Pains of Being Pure at Heart
– Cashmere Cat
BUKU Weather Conditions
BUKU Music + Art Project will be going down in 2014 rain or shine, which is a good thing considering the region is no stranger to heavy rains. New Orleans is actually a bit cooler around March making this one of the more pleasant times to host a massive music festival.
– The average high at BUKU is 72 degrees Fahrenheit.
– The average low at BUKU is 54 degrees Fahrenheit.
– The precipitation level around BUKU is 4.6 inches.
– Relative humidity during BUKU is 85% during the morning, 63% during the afternoon.