Voodoo Experience Lineup, Set Times Announced

With Soundgarden, Raconteurs & Blink-182 headlining, set your weekend schedule now!

Johnny Firecloudby Johnny Firecloud

The full lineup and list of set times are available for the next annual Voodoo Experience, set for Halloween weekend in New Orleans!

Presented by Stephen Rehage, the musical celebration–Friday, October 28, Saturday, October 29 and Sunday, October 30–is led by exclusive U.S. festival appearances from a reunited Soundgarden (who are putting the finishing touches on a new album), a reformed Blink-182 and a Day 3 headlining performance from Jack White and Brendan Benson's collaborative project The Raconteurs.  

In addition, the 2011 Voodoo Experience once again plans to make dynamic use of its eclectic line-up, which this year includes special one-time only Voodoo collaborations including:  Ani DiFranco with Ivan Neville and Herlin Riley; Members of Morphine with Jeremy Lyons; Quickie Mart and Tony Skratchere; Fleur Debris with David Torkanowsky & Friends; Beausoleil w/ Dr. Michael White; Kora Konnection feat. Morikeba Kouyate &Thierno Dioubate; Gordan Gano (Violent Femmes) and the Lost Bayou Ramblers; Ivan Nevilles Dumpstaphunk w/ special guests Walter "Wolfman" Washington, Angelo Moore of Fishbone; Soul Rebels Brass Band w Cyril Neville; Illuminasti Trio w/ Brian Coogan;  New Orleans Bounce Azztravaganza feat. Katey Red, Vockah Redu, Cheeky Blakk, DJ D. Lefty Parker and Special Guests; The Original Meters; Dr. John and the Lower 911 w/ special guests Irma Thomas, Cyril Neville, Walter "Wolfman" Washington; "Ma Maison" with the Trey McIntyre Project and the Preservation Hall Jazz Band; Bonerama featuring Dave Malone of the Radiators; The Travelin' McCoury's w/ Keller Williams; American Legacies with the Preservation Hall Jazz Band and the Del McCoury Band.

The 2011 set times (below) are now available via Voodoo’s website and Facebook. Or just check them out below:

“The ability for New Orleans artists to step onto any stage in the world and spontaneously combust into song or to play four or five gigs in the same night, are concepts unique to our local musicians,” says Stephen Rehage, founder/producer Voodoo Experience. “This year at Voodoo, we focused on unique artist collaborations–things you can't see anywhere else in the world–some announced, some still working themselves out, mostly ones done without any sort of rehearsal time. Concertgoers will see these mainly at the three stages within the Flambeau area of the festival.  Each of these stages is curated by local artists and personalities, which I believe gives each a unique perspective. Ben Jaffe, Adam Shipley, Jeremy Smith, Rona, Maedgen and everyone involved really adds some extra hot sauce to the musical gumbo we call Voodoo.”

For more information, to purchase tickets and for information about Voodoo’s special hotel packages, please visit www.thevoodooexperience.com.  2011 partners include Bud Light, Toyota, Red Bull, Fuse TV, Garnier, and American Spirits Natural Tobacco.