Last weekend’s NCAA Men’s Final Four brought more than just college basketball fans to the City of New Orleans. The March Madness Music Festival was a free three-day event featured Khalid, Arcade Fire, The Kid LAROI and more to celebrate the championship game!
Despite some technical difficulties here and there, BUKU Music + Arts Project had a successful return as they celebrated their 10th anniversary. From Tyler the Creator to Rezz to Flo Milli to Taking Back Sunday, see what you missed!
The NCAA along with Coca-Cola, Capital One and AT&T are bringing a free music festival to New Orleans as a part of the Men’s Final Four festivities!
The BUKU Music and Art Project is celebrating their 10-year anniversary in 2022. See which local and international artists are headed to NOLA and how to score tickets!
That’s right! Shorty Fest is still on this October. See who is performing and how you can attend in-person or virtually from home!
See who is playing at the 2021 Jazz Fest in New Orleans plus how you can get tickets!
BUKU is back with a one-time event known as PLANET B on October 22-23, 2021 with performances by Megan Thee Stallion, ILLENIUM, Machine Gun Kelly and more.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 festival season (and all live music events) has come to a halt and so has the income a lot of our favorite local musicians rely on. But this Saturday, April 25th, you have the chance to give back to the musicians who have given so much to our great city! The best part? You don’t have to leave home!
The BUKU Music and Art Project is celebrating their 8th year in 2020. See which local and international artists are headed to NOLA and how you can get early access.
Water shortages, stampedes and a remix of Lil Nas X’s “Old Town Road”. Lil Weezyana Fest 2019 was definitely unforgettable to say the least. See what you missed!