Foo Fighters, Kendrick Lamar, LCD Soundsystem and The Killers top the lineup for the 2017 Voodoo Music and Art Experience, the annual Halloween weekend festival that takes over City Park.
The three-day festival – held October 27 to 29 – also features 71 other artists and bands, including DJ Snake, Brand New and Kehlani.
Artists include: Galantis, Dillon Francis, The Head and the Heart, Post Malone, Miguel, RL Grime, Prophets of Rage, Cold War Kids, Yellow Claw, Crystal Castles, Superduperkyle, The Afghan Whigs, Live, Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness, Marian Hill, K. Flay, Illenium, Charles Bradley and His Extraordinaires, Louis the Child, Nghtmre, Whitney, The Black Angels, Anine, Vintage Trouble, Gnash, G-Jones, Hayley Kiyoko, Rich Chigga, Bibi Bourelly, The Record Company, Benjamin Booker, Mija, Colony House, Chicano Batman, Strand of Oaks, Autograf, Joyryde, Flow Tribe, Boombox Cartel, Mondo Cozmo, Snbrn, Tokimonsta, Pell, Cid, Black Pistol Fire, Saint Jhn, Sam Dew, Flint Eastwood, Pham, La Femme, Ron Gallo, Durand Jones and The Indications, Mannequin P, Public Access T.V., Bleached, Tim Gunter, DJ Mel, DJ Gracie, Malik Ninety Five, Alfred Banks, Carmine P. Filthy, Free Swim, Unicorn F, Otto, Herb Christopher, S.K.B. and Yrstrly, Werd2jah, and Zander.
Starting Friday at 10 a.m., fans can buy three-day general admission tickets to the fest for $140. Higher-priced three-day Loa VIP tickets sell for $400, and Platinum three-day tickets go for $1,050. The festival hasn’t announced the price of individual day tickets as of Tuesday.