BUKU Fest 2020: Tyler, the Creator, Flume, Illenium headline

Tyler, The Creator, Flume and Illenium headline the music lineup for the Buku Music + Art Project when the festival returns to Mardi Gras World on March 20 and March 21.

Festival organizers released a slew of acts for its 2020 lineup. The eclectic festival features a mix of electronic, hip-hop, R&B and indie acts.

Photo courtesy: Buku Music + Art Project

Artists announced on the 2020 lineup are:

Tyler, The Creator, Flume, Illenium, Glass Animals, Run The Jewels, Alison Wonderland, Zeds Dead, Kaytranada, Megan Thee Stallion, Charli XCX, Roddy Rich, Flatbush Zombies, Taking Back Sunday, Chris Lake, Kayzo: Unleashed, Ari Lennox, Gramatik, Dominic Fike, Space Jesus, TroyBoi, Subtronics, CloZee, Dance Gavin Dance, GoldLink, SVDDEN DEATH: VOYD, Cashmere Cat, JPEGMAFIA, Lucky Daye, Channel Tres, Young M.A, 100 gecs, I_O, Kota the Friend, Mr. Carmack, LSDREAM, Mija: Live, Kaash Paige, Pussy Riot, Turnstile, Eli & Fur, Blanke B2B LICK, J. Worra, Pluko, The Trifinity: Yheti x Toadface x Mt. Analogue, Daily Bread B2B Artifakts, Video Age, TVBOO, Trigem B2B MeSo, TSHA

The festival, known for its strong support of local talent, will also showcase the following New Orleans artists:
Bouffant Bouffant; Treety; Mhadi G; Malik Ninety Five; Raise the Death Toll; Lady Lavender B2B Edgar; Allan Po’ Boy; DJ Heelturn; and a showcase from Upbeat Academy student-artists.

See also: Hangout Music Fest 2020: Red Hot Chili Peppers, Post Malone and Billie Eilish headline

Photo courtesy: Buku Music + Art Project

Other elements at the festival include a real-time Live Graffiti Gallery featuring local painters, one-of-a-kind industrial art installations, celebrated local cuisine, and “pop-up” street-style performances.

The event features five stages, each with its own unique vibe ranging from a projection-mapped dilapidated “Power Plant” to the “Float Den” housing the city’s signature Mardi Gras parade floats, and sits on a unique festival site along the Mississippi River.

Source: Buku Music + Art Project

Tickets go on sale Friday, Dec. 13, 2019 at 10 a.m. and include a variety of options for general and VIP admission as well as travel packages. VIP ticketing provides a host of special amenities that
include premium viewing areas, access to the BUKU Rooftop, a quicker entrance lane, VIP restroom stations, as well as an open bar for guests 21+.

Fans have the opportunity to purchase presale tickets via American Express or Tunespeak. The AMEX presale starts Thursday, Dec. 12 at 8 a.m. and is open to all American Express Card Holders. The Tunespeak presale starts Thursday, Dec. 12 at 10 a.m. and customers can sign up for access at thebukuproject.com. Both presales end Friday, Dec. 13 at 9:30 a.m. prior to the general on-sale
beginning at 10 a.m.

The festival will again offer payment plans for all ticket types, allowing fans to pay for their tickets in installments. When purchasing tickets, patrons should be mindful that BUKU is
a 17+ event.

More information on tickets offerings and pricing can be found at thebukuproject.com.

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