Buku: Planet B 2021 - Day 2

BUKU Music & Art Project New Orleans

Saturday, October 23, 2021 2:00 PM


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Each year, thousands of music lovers from near and far descend upon New Orleans for a weekend filled with fun at BUKU Music + Arts Project. The dynamic music festival has played host to countless artists who have brought insane sets to the city over the years, and the experience has continued to keep fans craving their next trip back. That return will be sooner rather than later as even though their spring flagship event has been postponed, their team has been hard at work to bring BUKU: Planet B to life.

“For the past year, we’ve watched our fans step outside of their comfort zones and persevere through weird times,” said Dante DiPasquale, BUKU’s co-creator. “PLANET B is the result of us being inspired by them to do the same, and all of us at Team BUKU are excited to finally party with them again.”

Set to take place on October 22-23, BUKU: Planet B will continue to blend different genres from the music scene to make for an unforgettable weekend. And the BUKREWE should be excited after the announcement of the lineup that arrived today as it’s brimming with serious talent including the likes of Megan Thee Stallion, ILLENIUM, Machine Gun Kelly, and Playboi Carti at the top of the bill.

Other remarkable artists who are set to play with the Market Street Power Planet as its backdrop are behemoth bass duo Zeds Dead, along with Kaytranada, Alison Wonderland, Jamie XX, Purple Disco Machine, and Chris Lake. Others that simply won’t want to be missed include Subtronics, SVDDEN DEATH, and LSDream, while rising stars such as Moore Kismet, Mize, and VNSSA will also be spinning sets as well.

True to their mission and the BUKU spirit, BUKU: Planet B will also see organizers continue on with their commitment to creating a diverse and inclusive environment, reducing their environmental impact, and supporting local New Orleans organizations. More details on how they’ve given back to the local scene and pushed for social justice can be found on their community page.


BUKU Music & Art Project

1400 Port Of New Orleans Pl
New Orleans, LA 70130
United States (Directions)