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Voodoo Music Experience

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NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) - Organizers announced the lineup for the 2014 Voodoo Music and Arts Experience Thursday. Headlining acts include Foo Fighters, Outkast, Skrillex, Arctic Monkeys, and Thirty Seconds To Mars.

You’ll also see plenty of familiar faces like Big Freedia, Trombone Shorty, and Flow Trib. See the complete lineup HERE.

Tickets officially go on sale next Friday, June 27th. A three-day general admission ticket will set you back about $150.

The spooky festival runs from October 31- November 2 at City Park.


WGNO’S Kenny Lopez takes us backstage and chats with rockers, The Breton Sound.

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Music lovers were in town from across the country for the Voodoo Music Experience.

WGNO’s Kenny Lopez caught up with Steve Gleason’s wife, Michelle, to talk about Pearl Jam’s special Voodoo Fest honor, which included her husband.

VooDoo Fest 2013 is in full effect  at City Park.

There was great weather when the gates opened Friday afternoon for the 3-day festival of music.

Festival goers said they were looking forward to a musical line up this year that includes performances from local entertainers like Trombone Shorty and national bands like Pearl Jam.

“It’s a mix of local music and national music on a national level,” said festival-goer Lucas Alessanerini.” “As you can see there’s arts, there’s rides, just a great time.”

The festival continues throughout the weekend.

A limited number of tickets and passes are available.

Whether you’re into rock, jazz, folk, or electronic music you can find it all at the Voodoo Music Experience. The three-day fest kicked off its 15th annual celebration Friday afternoon and WGNO’s Darian Trotter stopped by for a look at the action.

For more information, see the Voodoo Fest website:

Pearl Jam and Nine Inch Nails will headline Voodoo Fest.

The event runs November first, second and third.

Nine Inch Nails front man Trent Reznor once lived in New Orleans.

He says he hasn’t spent nearly enough time in his favorite city in the world.

Tickets are on sale now.

This year Voodoo Fest will take place on newly designed festival grounds in City Park.