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Voodoo Experience: 2010 - New Orleans

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Monday, Nov 8, 2010
With a recent contract being signed to keep Voodoo in New Orleans through 2019, fans can expect the event to continue to grow and be a fitting close to each year’s music festival season.

Voodoo Experience, the annual music festival which each year is held over Halloween weekend, recently wrapped up in New Orleans, Louisiana.  This year’s lineup featured numerous artists, with headlining acts Weezer, Muse, Ozzy Osbourne, Drake, and My Morning Jacket entertaining the crowd over the course of 3 days.
  
The festival featured five stages to offer plenty of variety in music, and also brought the return of the electronic music tent, which was a popular destination for a lot of energetic costumed attendees, providing sets by Paul Oakenfold, Paul van Dyk, Boys Noize, and Deadmau5.


With a recent contract being signed to keep Voodoo in New Orleans through 2019, fans can expect the event to continue to grow and be a fitting close to each year’s music festival season.


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