The final day of the Voodoo Experience was about as relaxed as you could get after a booze-fueled weekend in the Big Easy. Aside from headliners the Cure and Bassnectar, Sunday was dominated primarily by smaller bands.
This year's Voodoo Experience is seeing some monumental shifts thanks to powerhouse Live Nation taking over. Add to that a new location, the elimination of key tent stages and an ever-widening VIP section, and you've got the makings of a pretty contentious festival -- the 14th in the event's history.
New Orleans' annual Voodoo Experience festival has revealed its third headliner, and it's a biggie. It's none other than -- drumroll, please -- the Cure. Other bill-topping acts include Pearl Jam and Nine Inch Nails, giving the event a very '90s alt sheen. Nothing wrong with that, either.
To commemorate its 15th anniversary, the Voodoo Music + Arts Experience has announced the first 15 acts on this year’s lineup. Pearl Jam, Nine Inch Nails and Paramore are just a few of the groups set to perform at the three-day bash, which comes to the New Orleans City Park Festival Grounds on Nov. 1-3.