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Our Favorite 21 Photos From the 21st Edition of Our Beloved Voodoo Fest

Voodoo Fest has come and gone, and now its time to look back on the 21st edition of one of our favorite fall festivals in New Orleans. 

There is just something about Voodoo Fest that sticks with you for weeks after the final day comes to a close. Maybe it’s being outside in the cool weather, or maybe it’s seeing all your friends for three straight days. Whatever that little something is, we can’t get enough of it. 

Aside from the mud pits, which seem to be a Voodoo ritual nowadays, this writer thoroughly enjoyed his three days at City Parks festival grounds. The C3 crew did a fantastic job battling the weather conditions. 

Because it’s often hard to capture the essence of a festival in words, we went ahead and captured it in images. Images presented by some of the festivals photographers, mixed in with some local legends who shot Voodoo. Below is our favorite 21 photos from the 21st year of the Voodoo Music + Arts Experience. Enjoy 🙂 

Big Gigantic brings out NOLA’s very own Trombone Shorty and The Soul Rebels. Photo By: Roger Ho
Interpool performs on Friday. Photo By: Roger Ho
Guns N’ Roses Axl Rose performs during Friday’s close out set. Photo by Katrina Barber
House of Yes by Charles Reagan Hackleman
Photo by Roger Ho
Aerial Photo of Voodoo Grounds by Roger Ho
Bassnectar closes out day 2 of Le Plur. Photo by Jordan Hefler
Bassnectar closes out day 2 of Le Plur. Photo by Jordan Hefler
Young the Giant by Roger Ho
ZHU closes out the South Course. Photo by Katrina Barber
Costume Contest by Charles Reagan Hackleman
Denzel Curry bring the energy. Photo by Jordan Hefler
Beck closes out the main stage on day 2. Photo by Roger Ho
Big Wild channels all the vibes on day 3. Photo by Roger Ho
Bring Me The Horizon. Photo by Jordan Hefler
Mobley performs on the Wisner stage. Photo By Roger Ho
The Voodoo Experience by Charles Reagan Hackleman
Post Malone closes out day 3. Photo by Charles Reagan Hackleman
Post Malone closes out day 3. Photo by Charles Reagan Hackleman
REZZ closes out Le Plur in 2019. Photo by Roger Ho
Post Malone by Charles Reagan Hackleman

 

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