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Buku Music + Art Project: Kid Cudi, Calvin Harris & More

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The initial lineup has been revealed for 2013’s Buku Music + Art Project, which describes itself as “the premier progressive music and arts festival in New Orleans and the Gulf Coast region.” Kid Cudi, Calvin Harris and Primus will be there in March.

After premiering in 2012, Buku will return for its second edition March 8-9 at New Orleans’ Mardi Gras World. Featuring a mix of EDM, hip hop and indie rock, Buku aims to provide an event for fans “tired of the mega-festival and wanting an intimate setting with close stage views and clear/loud audio.”

Along with all that loud music, the festival offers local food vendors, indigenous art exhibits and dozens of regional support acts performing between sets.

  • Kid Cudi

    Orlando Calling, Citrus Bowl Stadium, Orlando, Fla.
    November 12, 2011

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In addition to Kid Cudi, Calvin Harris and Primus, the lineup for “The Power Plant” main stage also includes Passion Pit, Kendrick Lamar, Flux Pavilion, Lettuce, St. Lucia and Break Science.

“The Float Den,” which will be located inside a warehouse where Mardi Gras floats are manufactured, features STS9, a Nero DJ set, Zedd, Big Gigantic, R3hab and more.

“The Ballroom,” a sound-isolated sleek ballroom space located a few minutes away from the other stages, will feature Major Lazer, Best Coast, Datsik, Dillon Francis, Alt-J, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs and more.

A limited amount of discounted advance passes went on sale today and quickly sold out.

General admission and VIP weekend passes, as well as hotel packages, go on sale Saturday, Dec. 8 at 11 a.m. CST.

General admission passes are priced at $149.50 and VIP passes are $349.50.

Hotel packages, which range in price from $719 to $1,319, include one hotel room for two nights at the downtown Marriott at the Convention Center, exclusive merchandise and either general admission or VIP tickets.

For more information visit TheBukuProject.com.


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