Tame Impala, Tyler, The Creator, And Glass Animals To Headline BUKU Music + Art Project
Other artists set to perform include Tierra Whack, Baby Keem, Taking Back Sunday, and more.
Tame Impala, Tyler, The Creator, and Glass Animals are set to headline BUKU Music + Art Project, the cutting-edge boutique festival in New Orleans.
The festival has announced the lineup for its highly-anticipated return to the Big Easy on March 25-26, 2022. At what will be the 10-year anniversary of the beloved event and first show back since 2019, dedicated fans of the festival will finally get the chance to return home to the creative playground of BUKU for a celebration of music, art, and community.
For the past decade, BUKU has fostered a boutique festival experience that proudly reflects the progressive, artistic, and diverse subculture of New Orleans. Attendees can look forward to multiple indoor and outdoor stage environments, inspiring art installations and creations from local graffiti artists, pop-up breakdancing crews, and plenty of surprises while taking in the historic New Orleans skyline for two unforgettable days.
For the 2022 edition, BUKU has once again crafted a lineup that highlights some of music’s most impactful and unique artists across a variety of genres. This includes three of electronic music’s most highly-regarded performers with Porter Robinson, Rezz, and Alison Wonderland joining the lineup.
Additional headliners and highlights on the 2022 lineup include horror-core rap duo $UICIDEBOY$, famed emo and punk heroes Taking Back Sunday, Long Beach rapper Vince Staples, Colombian R&B singer Kali Uchis, and West Coast rap phenom Baby Keem. This is followed by bass producer and Wakaan founder Liquid Stranger, Denver melodic-house producer Lane 8, Ohio rapper and singer Trippie Redd, genre-blending South London producer TroyBoi, and Houston hip-hop artist Maxo Kream.
Guests of BUKU can also look forward to sets from Belgian techno pioneer Amelie Lens, Philadelphia rapper and singer Tierra Whack, Internet hyperpop duo 100 gecs, acclaimed Dreamville artist Bas, hard-hitting electronic act SVDDEN DEATH, French atmospheric dance producer CloZee, house music leaders Dom Dolla and John Summit, and much more.
Visit BUKU’s official website for ticket packages and more information.