Buku Music + Art Project Returns In Spring

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The Buku Music + Art Project returns to New Orleans in the spring.

         Organizers said Wednesday the fifth annual hip-hop and electronic dance music festival is scheduled March 11-12, 2016, at Mardi Gras World, the warehouse where the city's Carnival floats are made.

         NOLA.com/The Times-Picayune’s Alison Fensterstock reports discounted early-bird tickets go on sale at 11 a.m. Thursday. Two-day general-admission early-bird passes are $149.50; VIP two-day passes are $299.50, and super-VIP Too Buku passes are $599.50. VIP amenities include access to premium viewing areas and to a riverboat that docks alongside the outdoor main stage and offers open bar, private bathrooms and an intimate stage for exclusive performances.

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         Buku was founded in 2012 by Winter Circle Productions, a promotion company that then-Tulane students Reeves Price and Dante DiPasquale started in 2009.

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