This year’s Voodoo Music Experience will return home to New Orleans for the first of its two back-to-back concerts. The October 29 event in New Orleans will be an invitation-only celebration dedicated to those who have worked tirelessly in the clean-up and recovery of the Crescent City.
The New Orleans concert is being held at Riverview Park for police, firefighters, National Guard, military and countless others who have aided in the recovery efforts of the city.
The October 30 concert will be held in Memphis, Tenn. The event takes place at AutoZone Park in the heart of downtown. In addition, a series of free concerts in downtown Memphis will commence October 27 and continue through the weekend.
Among the dozens of artists donating performances to this year’s event are: Nine Inch Nails, Queens of the Stone Age, New York Dolls, North Mississippi All Stars, DJ Tiesto, Carl Cox, Cake, Digable Planets, The Decemberists, Secret Machines, The Bravery, Sevendust, HIM, The Neville Brothers, Dr. John, Better than Ezra, Cowboy Mouth, Supagroup, New Birth Brass Band, and Flaming Arrows Mardi Gras Indians.
Tickets for the October 30 Memphis concert are available for $35 as of 5 p.m. EST October 12 through Ticketmaster and voodoomusicfest.com.
Current ticket holders should visit www.voodoomusicfest.com for important details regarding their tickets.