Posts Categorized: Buku

Buku Dates Announced!

Music + Art Project is making its return to Mardi Gras World in New Orleans on March 11+12, 2016! I have been to my fair share of festival in my time. But when I say nothing compares to BUKU, take my word for it. Leave it to New Orleans, a place already saturated with festivals large… Read more »

BUKU 2014 Day 1 Recap

BUKU 2014 Day 1 Recap The BUKU Music + Art Project is easily one of the coolest festivals we’ve ever experienced. As the locals are quick to tell you, New Orleans is like no place else in the world. Except maybe a little bit of Las Vegas rolled into Disneyland. New Orleans makes for one… Read more »

Travel Hymns BUKU 2014 Coverage

Travel Hymns BUKU 2014 Coverage

Travel Hymns BUKU 2014 Coverage This weekend we’re living the dream alongside friends from our sister site Just Noise To Me — and by ‘living the dream’, we mean cramming into a rental car and driving +20 hours from our downtown Phoenix offices into New Orleans for the 2014 installment of the BUKU Music +… Read more »

Thissongissick Buku Music Festival 2014 Giveaway

For those who didn’t see our last post about this festival: The Buku Music Festival is a 2 day festival in NOLA with a pretty awesome lineup including recent Grammy winner Zedd as well as performances by The Flaming Lips, Chromeo, Sleigh Bells, Paper Diamond, Explosions in the Sky, Baauer/RL Grime and Nas, who’s currently… Read more »

BUKU Finalizes Lineup with Nas, Sleigh Bells and More

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BUKU Finalizes Lineup BUKU recently added some heavy hitters to the final edition of their 2014 lineup including Nas, who’s celebrating the 20th anniversary of legendary Illmatic by performing the album in its entirety. The news gets even sweeter due to additions including Sleigh Bells and one of Travel Hymns’ favorite emerging artists, Chance the… Read more »

BUKU 2014 Music + Art Festival Preview

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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… Read more »

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