May 2: Toro y Moi / Of Montreal (Northampton MA)
June 21: Lower Dens (Providence)
June 23: Rush (Boston)
July 24-26: Newport Folk
Aug 7: Deftones / Incubus / DFA1979 (Mansfield MA)
Oct 29: The Who (Boston)
Post by lordrockinhood on Aug 26, 2010 11:06:13 GMT -5
With main stage artists Muse, Ozzy Osbourne, Weezer, My Morning Jacket and Drake already confirmed we are happy to announce these dynamic editions; The Whigs, White Rabbits, Dead Confederate, River City Extension, Miracle at St. Anna, O’ Brother, SPEAK and Michael Tolcher. Meanwhile, the beats will never stop in Le Plur either, especially with newly added Kelis, The Crystal Method, Kaskade and Swiss Chriss joining the previously announced Deadmau5, Paul van Dyk, Ferry Corsten, Die Antwoord, Innerpartysystem and some of the best electronica artists in the world for 3 days of incredible dance music in an incredible environment.
Five years ago New Orleans and the Gulf Coast region were slammed by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, endangering one of the greatest cities in the world. Through the sheer spirit of the people of New Orleans and an inherent love of celebration, culture, music and food, people continue to band together to restore and rebuild their beloved city. Just six weeks after New Orleans was evacuated in 2005, the Voodoo Experience was the first major public celebration of everything the city stands for. Held on the banks of the Mississippi River behind Audubon Zoo, it was an emotional day for everyone who attended. Since then, we as a city have experienced great highs from the Saints winning the Super Bowl to terrible lows of deplorable irresponsibility and failure with the BP Horizon explosion.
Throughout it all the voices and instruments of New Orleans musicians have traveled the world as ambassadors representing the citizens that many have tried to forget. Today as we remember and honor, it gives us great pleasure to announce a special addition to the 2010 Voodoo line-up: Dr. John will join the Voices of the Wetlands All Stars. Stationed at his piano, Dr. John will accompany musicians and activists Tab Benoit, Cyril Neville, Waylon Thibodeaux, Big Chief Bourdreaux, John Vidacovich and Johnny Sansone. It will be an extraordinary performance, a beautiful celebration and reminder that we must come together through the music to protect our home, resources and each other.
ZOMG! For those of you who don't already know this, there's a music festival named after one of his albums. I'm prrrrrrretty sure you guys are all familiar with this fest. I will not miss this set, hell or high water.
OR, the Tom Tom Club is currently touring with a new album, and their last scheduled date 10/16 Brooklyn Bowl...
Mmmm, Tina Weymouth...
I will always love her!
Ok, I've finally talked myself into going. Looks like I'll be heading out alone. PM me if your looking to split a hotel room and/or wanting to carpool. My route will be Chattanooga to New Orleans, on Interstate 59.
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Chrissie Hynde (Yes, Chrissie Hynde from the Pretenders) has a new project called JP, Chrissie and the Fairground Boys and we’re happy to announce they will be joining us at Voodoo. It’s an incredible musical partnership full of raw rock energy and tender emotive song writing, which will make this Bingo! Parlor performance an intimate event that you won’t want to miss. The Bingo! Parlor line-up already features the New Orleans Bingo! Show, Fleur de Tease, and The Happy Talk Band, but recent new additions include: MyNameIsJohnMichael, Supagroup, Zydepunks, Rock City Morgue, Egg Yolk Jubilee and the MarchFourth Marching Band. Keep your eyes and ears open for many more talent additions to be revealed over the upcoming weeks!
Post by lordrockinhood on Sept 8, 2010 9:22:46 GMT -5
Muse Weezer Metric Hot Chip Galactic & Friends Jonsi Raphael Saadiq Dead Confederate Eli “Paperboy” Reed Crookers Kaskade Innerpartysystem Rusko Stanton Moore Trio plus Anders Osborne & Robert Walter Rotary Downs The Happy Talk Band Big Sam’s Funky Nation Soul Rebels Brass Band John Cleary; Piano, Bass and Drums AM Fitz and the Tantrums Rosie Ledet Cedric Burnside & Lightning Malcolm Quintron & Miss Pussycat Johnny Sketch & the Dirty Notes Egg Yolk Jubilee Trent Cantelle Beverly Skillz Carmine P. Filthy MarchFourth Marching Band Ponderosa Miracle at St. Anna Feufollet J Roddy Walston & the Business Kristin Diable Debauche Creole String Beans Coot DJ T-Roy Honey Island Swamp Band
Ozzy Osbourne Drake Paul van Dyk The Crystal Method with DJ Set Street Sweepers Social Club Cage the Elephant Florence and the Machine Jakob Dylan and Three Legs The Whigs Eagles of Death Metal Die Antwoord Kelis Boys Noize Buckwheat Zydeco Basin Street Records Revue with Kermit Ruffins, Dr Michael White and Jeremy Davenport Rebirth Brass Band Treme Brass Band with Uncle Lionel Batiste MyNameIsJohnMichael Theresa Andersson Paul Sanchez and the Rolling Road Show ft. John Boutte Supagroup The Vettes Rock City Morgue River City Extension Locos Poe Juana Luke Winslow-King Lost Bayou Ramblers Fatter Than Albert DJ Quickie Mart Javier Drada Alvin Youngblood Hart’s Muscle Theory Michael Tolcher O’ Brother Consortium of Genius Flow Tribe Rival Sons Michael Tolcher Helen Gillet
My Morning Jacket MGMT Interpol Deadmau5 Paul Oakenfold Ferry Corsten The Airborne Toxic Event Macy Gray JP, Chrissie and the Fairground Boys Minus the Bear Janelle Monae White Rabbits Afrojack Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue Voice of the Wetland All Stars featuring Dr. John, Tab Benoit, Cyril Neville, Waylon Thibodeaux, Big Chief Boudreaux, Johnny Vidacovich and Johnny Sansone Preservation Hall Jazz Band The New Orleans Bingo! Show Fleur de Tease Burlesque Revue Toubab Krewe Jonathan Tyler and the Northern Lights Walter Wolfman Washington Big Freedia, Katey Red, Sissy Nobby with DJ Rusty Lazer Zydepunks DJ Soul Sister Swiss Chriss Christoph Andersson Brian Coogan Band with Mike Dillion Coco Mamas Leo Jackson and the Melody Clouds MarchFourth Marching Band Shannon McNally Blackberry Smoke the Local Skank SPEAK MC Sweet T