Voodoo Fest Announces Day-by-Day Music Schedule

Organizers for the Voodoo Music + Arts Experience 2017 announce the daily music schedule when the festival takes over City Park on Oct. 27 to Oct. 29, according to a release. Voodoo Fest has also begun offering single day tickets for fans waiting to check out their favorite acts.

More than 70 bands will rock four stages in City Park during Halloween weekend. Kendrick Lamar, Foo Fighters, The Killers, LCD Soundsystem and DJ Snake are but a few of the big names set to hit the stages during the three-day fest.

On Friday, Oct. 27, Kendrick Lamar headlines after performances from LCD Soundsystem, Galantis, Kehlani, Prophets of Rage, Yellow Claw, The Afghan Whigs, Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness, Marian Hill, Nghtmre, Gnash, Bibi Bourelly, Benjamin Booker, Chicano Batman, Autograf, Joyryde, Flow Tribe, Mondo Cozmo, Tokimonsta, Saint Jhn, Durand Jones and the Indications, Public Access T.V. DJ Mel, Alfred Banks, and Free Swim.

On Saturday, Oct. 28, The Foo Fighters headline following DJ Snake, Brand New, RL Grime, Crystal Castles,  Superduperkyle, Live, K. Flay, Illenium, Whitney, The Black Angels, Vintage Trouble, Hayley Kiyoko, Rich Chigga, The Record Company, Colony House, Boombox Cartel, Pell, Cid, Black Pistol Fire, Flint Eastwood, Tim Gunter, DJ Gracie, Carmine P. Filthy, and Otto.

On Sunday, Oct. 29, The Killers close out the festival, following Dillon Francis, The Head and the Heart, Post Malone, Miguel, Cold War Kids, Louis the Child, The James Hunter Six, Amine G. Jones, Mija, Strand of Oaks, Snbrn, Sam Dew, Pham, La Femme, Ron Gallo, Mannequin P—-, Bleached, Malik Ninety Five, Unicorn F—, Herb Christopher, S.K.B. & Yrstrly, Werd2jah, and Zander.

Ticket prices are currently $155 for a three-day general admission ticket, $70 for Friday and Sunday general admission and $80 for a general admission ticket on Saturday. Ticket prices will increase closer to the festival, according to the Voodoo Fest site.

Visit the festival’s website for more details.

 

Photo courtesy: Voodoo Fest

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