New Orleans’ artist collectives are flocking to the Cypress Creek, LA, for the next installment of the annual Fête du VOID.
Today, local “swamp funk” outfit The Iceman Special announced the lineup for this year’s fête (party). Alongside The Dohm Collective, The Iceman Special are bringing two nights of eclectic music, silent discos, and progressive workshops to Evangeline Parish.
The roster will play host to Louisiana legends in Khris Royal and Grammy-winning Cajun band Lost Bayou Ramblers. Orlando’s jazzy The Groove Orient, Atlanta’s electro-funk Space Kadet, and Austin’s psych trio The Well are all joining the fray.
The Dohm Collective is bringing their trademark dome-shaped sound camps to the swamp, promising silent discos and a fire stage upon early arrival. Founding members Zupparty and Dino Brawl will perform, alongside New Orleans Dj’s Tristan Dufrene and Krania.
Fête du VOID is presented in partnership with 232-Help, a Louisiana-based social services organization offering over 1,500 resources for health issues, clothing, and food. 232-Help will offer services dedicated to promoting mental health awareness at the festival.
Buy your tickets at www.theicemanspecial.com/void