Information

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Festival Information

  1. Festival Dates and Hours
  2. Lost & Found
  3. Box Office Location and Hours
  4. Festival Map
  5. Allowed & Prohibited Items
  6. Security Screening & Entry
  7. Exit & Re-entry
  8. Are Children Allowed at Voodoo?
  9. Safety & Medical
  10. Contact Voodoo
  1. Festival Dates and Hours

    October 27-29, 2017
    Festival gates open at 12pm each day. The Voodoo Experience takes place in New Orleans’ City Park on the Festival Grounds. A good landmark is the New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA).

  2. Lost & Found

    Lost and Found will be open Monday 10/31 and Tuesday 11/1 from 10am to 3pm at the Information Tent (formerly ticket help tent) at the Front Entrance to the festival.

    If you lost an item at the Festival, please fill out our online form. Remember that not all items are turned in, but we’ll do our best to match belongings and contact you if we found it!

    Unclaimed items will be held for 30 days and then donated to a local charity. Voodoo Music + Arts Experience will not be held liable for any lost items.

  3. Box Office Location and Hours

    Stay tuned for 2017 Box Office information.

  4. Festival Map

    The 2016 Festival Map is below.

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  5. Allowed & Prohibited Items

    Guests and their belongings are subject to search upon entry or re-entry. You can help keep the lines moving quickly by leaving large bags at home.

    The following items are ALLOWED:

    • Backpacks (Standard school sized. No frames or camping gear)
    • Binoculars
    • Blankets, Sheets, Towels
    • Cameras – only nonprofessional photos and video cameras will be allowed, and must be without equipment attachments such as selfie sticks, tripods, and monopods
    • EMPTY CamelBak water bottles and hydration packs, and plastic or aluminum water bottles
    • Medication – Please note:
      • All OTC medicines/pills must be in original still-factory-sealed package. Previously opened medicines will be disregarded.
      • All prescription containers must be accompanied by matching ID. Pills should not be mixed in container. Please bring only an appropriate number of pills for your time at the Festival.
    • Soft-frame chairs
    • Flags
    • Totems
    • Water – you may bring one factory sealed bottle of water and refill it throughout the day at our free water filling stations

    The following items are PROHIBITED:

    • Weapons or explosives of any kind
    • Fireworks
    • Illegal and Illicit substances of any kind. Please note:
      • All OTC medicines/pills must be in original still-factory-sealed package. Previously opened medicines will be disregarded.
      • All prescription containers must be accompanied by matching ID. Pills should not be mixed in container. Please bring only an appropriate number of pills for your time at the Festival.
    • Outside food or beverage (including alcohol) of any kind, except for 1 factory sealed bottle of water (up to 1 liter)
    • Any and all professional audio recording equipment
    • Any and all professional video equipment. No video recording will be allowed
    • Professional cameras and professional recording (photo, video, audio) equipment (NO large professional detachable zoom lenses, stands, monopods, tripods, attachment sticks (selfie sticks) or other commercial equipment.
    • Cameras with detachable lenses
    • Drones or any other remote flying device
    • Large chains or spiked jewelry
    • Aerosol containers, including sunscreen and personal beauty products
    • Umbrellas
    • Coolers of any kind. (Exceptions may be made for medical use)
    • Framed backpacks
    • Hammocks
    • Glass and metal containers of any kind
    • Pets (except service animals)
    • Professional radios or walkie-talkies
    • Selfie sticks
    • Skateboards, scooters, bicycles, wagons, carts or any personal motorized vehicles
    • Tents, canopies, or shade structures of any kind
    • Unauthorized/unlicensed vendors are not allowed. No unauthorized solicitation and materials including handbills, flyers, stickers, beach balls, give-aways, samples, etc.
    • Bicycles inside festival grounds (free parking is available near festival entrance)

    *SUBJECT TO CHANGE

  6. Security Screening & Entry

    For the safety of everyone entering the festival, all patrons are subject to a full and complete search prior to entry.

    Please review the Allowed & Prohibited items list for a stress-free entry process.

    By purchasing a ticket, you agree to submit to a full body pat-down and metal detector search before entry. If you would like to be screened by security personnel of your same gender, please let security personnel know prior to the search process. Screening of children will always take place with the consent of a parent or guardian. Families are encouraged to use our dedicated Family Entrance, which is tailored to children and families.

    All bags will be searched before entry. To speed up entry, leave your bags at home, and take advantage of our express entry lanes.

    Persons that refuse to comply with the search policy will be refused entry into the event.

    At any time during the entry process if you have questions, ask for assistance from Festival Staff located at the front gates.

  7. Exit & Re-entry

    3-Day Ticketholders are allowed to enter and exit the Festival as many times as needed. You must be scanned upon exit at the gate in order to re-enter that same day. There is no re-entry for 1-Day Ticketholders.

  8. Are Children Allowed at Voodoo?

    Voodoo is all ages. Children 10 and under get in free with a ticketed adult.

  9. Safety & Medical

    We make every effort to create a safe and secure environment on the Festival grounds. On-site security and emergency medical staff will be available on site. If you need assistance, go to one of our three medical tents, or look for a security or Festival staff member.

  10. Contact Voodoo

    General information and questions:

    Inquiries regarding purchased tickets and wristbands:

    Questions regarding Loa VIP:

    Questions regarding our ADA and Accessibility program:

    Inquiries regarding how to become a Food or Art Vendor:

    Become a Voodoo Experience Sponsor:

    Press & Editorials Inquiries:

    Marketing & Media Partnerships:

    Voodoo and Front Gate receive a large number of emails each day and will answer questions in the order in which they are received. Thank you for your patience.

Getting To Voodoo

  1. Festival Location
  2. Voodoo Shuttles
  3. Public Transportation
  4. Pick Up/Drop Off Area
  5. Parking
  1. Festival Location

    City Park
    New Orleans, LA 70124

    The Front Gate to the festival has shifted to a new location at the Festival Grounds Reunion Shelter.

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  2. Voodoo Shuttles

    The Voodoo Shuttle is a convenient way to get to and from the festival. The shuttle has daily round trip services from the Hyatt Downtown to City Park. Buses leave the Hyatt every 30 minutes from 11am until an hour after the final performance each night of the festival. Additional busses will be available at the end of each festival night.

    Purchase your shuttle ticket here.

  3. Public Transportation

    We encourage the public to take public transit! If taking public transportation from downtown, take the 48-City Park/Museum streetcar on the Canal Street streetcar line. Depart the streetcar at the end of the City Park Line at Lelong/Esplanade and Carrollton Avenues and walk into City Park.

    You can take the streetcar to the New Orleans Museum of Art, which is right next to the Festival. Check it out here.

    Connecting service is also available with a transfer to the City Park Line from the St. Charles Streetcar Uptown or via RTA buses. To view bus routes, call the RTA Rideline at 827-RIDE (7433) or visit www.norta.com.

  4. Pick Up/Drop Off Area

    Anyone getting dropped-off or picked-up is welcome to use the Parent Cell Phone Lot. Conveniently located near the festival entrance, this parking lot is the best meeting spot for getting picked-up after Voodoo. Please note this is just a pick-up and drop-off zone, so drivers must remain in vehicles.

  5. Parking

    There is limited street parking near and around City Park. Please be aware of any signs restricting parking. Overnight parking, walking, sleeping, camping by individuals or groups is prohibited within the confines of City Park. Also, parking on the Bayou or the Neutral Ground (median) is illegal and you will be towed.

    A limited amount of reserved parking is available to purchase. These spaces won’t last long so act fast! Click here to purchase parking passes.

Before Buying Tickets

  1. Ticket Types Available
  2. Craigslist, StubHub & Scalping
  3. Ticket Protection
  4. Legal Information
  1. Ticket Types Available

    3-Day General Admission Ticket: A 3-Day General Admission Ticket gives you admittance to the park for all three days of the Festival.
    1-Day General Admission Ticket: A 1-Day General Admission Ticket gives you admittance to the park for one day of the Festival.
    3-Day Loa VIP Ticket: A 3-Day Loa VIP Ticket gives you admittance to the park for all three days of the Festival with special access & amenities.

    Purchase your Ticket on our Tickets page for more information.

  2. Craigslist, StubHub & Scalping

    While Craigslist, eBay, StubHub, VividSeats or any broker site may appear to save you cash and allow access to the Festival, many of these are either already used or are counterfeits.

    If you want 100% confidence in your ticket purchase, you should only purchase your tickets on our Tickets page or frontgatetickets.com. Also, in the event of a Festival cancelation, your tickets will only be refunded when purchased through our Tickets page or frontgatetickets.com.

    Often times people will try to sell their wristbands to others if they cannot attend a certain day. Unfortunately, the removing of a wristband automatically voids it. Security will check every wristband to assure it has not been removed and replaced. In doing so, you will be escorted directly from the Festival grounds.

  3. Ticket Protection

    We now offer 100% ticket protection in the event that you cannot attend the festival for a covered reason. The cost is 9.2% of the ticket price and can be added to your order during the purchase process. For additional information on Secure Ticket, please refer to Front Gate Tickets’ Ticket Protection page or call (888) 512-SHOW (7469).

  4. Legal Information

    The Voodoo Experience is a rain or shine event.

    Ticket is for The Voodoo Experience, not for a specific artist. Artists and schedule subject to change without notice. Artist cancellation is not grounds for refund. The ticket is a revocable license for the time/date listed on the ticket.

    “Management” means C3 Presents, LLC, and its affiliates. Management reserves the right without the refund of any portion of the ticket purchase price, to refuse admission or to eject any person who fails to comply with the rules of the venue, local, state or federal law or whose conduct is deemed illegal, disorderly, or offensive by Management. Persons entering the facility are subject to search for contraband. Ticket user bears all risks of personal injury incidental to the event, whether occurring before, during or after the event. Ticket user bears all risks, including cancellation of the event and of inclement weather. The resale or attempted resale of the ticket for a price higher than that appearing on the ticket is prohibited and if discovered will result in the ticket being voided without refund. The ticket may not be used for advertising promotion (including contests and sweepstakes), or other trade purposes without the express written consent of Management. Ticket user consents to Management’s use of their image or likeness incidental to any video display, transmission, or recording of the event.

After Buying Tickets

  1. Box Office Location and Hours
  2. Wristband Shipment Info
  3. How Do I Upgrade to a VIP Ticket?
  4. Questions About An Order Already Placed
  1. Box Office Location and Hours

    Stay tuned for 2017 Box Office information.

  2. Wristband Shipment Info

    Wristbands will ship 2-4 weeks prior to the Festival.

    If you have not received your wristband(s) 72 hours prior the start of the Festival, please contact our ticket provider, Front Gate Tickets or call 888.512.SHOW (7469).

  3. How Do I Upgrade to a VIP Ticket?

    If you’d like to upgrade your tickets in advance, please contact our ticketing partner, Front Gate Tickets, for assistance at http://support.frontgatetickets.com or call 888.512.SHOW (7469), and have your original order number and information handy.

  4. Questions About An Order Already Placed

    If you’ve already purchased tickets and need to change your shipping address, want to know the status of your order, look up your order history, or have a general question about your order, please contact our official ticket provider Front Gate Tickets or call (888) 512-SHOW.

Wristband Info

  1. Activate Your Wristband and Register For Cashless
  2. Official Wristband Policy
  3. Lost or Stolen Wristband
  4. Removing Your Wristband
  1. Activate Your Wristband and Register For Cashless

    Wristband activation ensures a smooth process when entering the festival each day and makes sure that your investment remains yours. During the activation process you can also register for Voodoo Cashless – the easy way for you to pay for food, drinks, merch and more with the tap of a wrist. Go to our Wristband page and activate today!

  2. Official Wristband Policy
    • All wristbands will be mailed. No hard tickets or Print Pass option will be available.
    • All sales are FINAL – no refunds and no exchanges.
    • Only wristbands purchased through Front Gate Tickets are valid. If you purchased from an unauthorized source and/or the ticket is counterfeit, you will not be allowed entry.
    • Wristbands MUST be worn for entry into the Festival.
    • Wristbands MUST be worn securely on wrist and cannot be slipped on and off.
    • Wristbands must be scanned upon exit at the gate in order to re-enter that same day.
    • Wristbands are NON-TRANSFERABLE, NON-EXCHANGEABLE and NON-REPLACEABLE.
    • Do NOT remove, stretch or tamper with your wristband in any way or you will not be allowed entry.
    • Subsequent and/or multiple presentations of a counterfeited wristband are VOID and will be seized by Festival security staff.
    • If your wristband is removed by Festival security/event staff for any reason, it WILL NOT be replaced.
    • All Ticketholders must pass through security and are subject to bag inspection. Prohibited items will be confiscated by event staff.
    • The Festival takes place rain or shine.
    • THERE ARE ABSOLUTELY NO EXCEPTIONS TO THIS WRISTBAND POLICY.

    Please note: There is a $5 Wristband Replacement fee. Visit the Box Office or Ticket Help for more information.

  3. Lost or Stolen Wristband

    If your wristband has been lost or stolen, please contact our ticket provider, Front Gate Tickets or call 888.512.SHOW (7469) in advance of the Festival. Please note: There is a $5 Wristband Replacement fee. Visit the Box Office or Ticket Help for more information.

  4. Removing Your Wristband

    Once the Festival concludes and you’re ready to remove your wristband, safely cut at the end where the cloth strap is sewn onto the clasp, so it will pull through easily without damaging the strap, the clasp, or your fingers!

    Remember to keep your wristband on during the event days. Do not remove your wristband until you plan to leave the Festival for the final time.

    For questions on how to care for or appropriately wear/remove your wristband, please visit Will Call or Ticket Help tent near any entrance at the Festival.

Cashless

  1. What Are the Voodoo Cashless Benefits?
  2. How Does Voodoo Cashless Work?
  3. In Order to Activate My Wristband, Do I Have to Sign Up for Voodoo Cashless?
  4. I Already Activated My Wristband, But Missed Voodoo Cashless
  5. Are There Any Additional Fees for Using My Voodoo Cashless Wristband?
  6. Is My Credit Card Information Stored on my Wristband?
  7. Is Voodoo Cashless Secure?
  8. Can I Link the Same Card to Multiple Wristbands?
  9. Can I Link Multiple Credit or Debit Cards to My Wristband?
  10. Will My Wristband Run Out of Money?
  1. What Are the Voodoo Cashless Benefits?
    • Save time and easy to use!
    • No need to carry cash or a credit card.
    • Accepted at all bars, food vendors, festival merchandise tents, and other vendors displaying the Voodoo Cashless logo.
  2. How Does Voodoo Cashless Work?

    It’s easy! Simply follow these three easy steps:

    1. Activate your festival ticket with the unique ID (located on the inside of your wristband) during which time you can link your credit card to your wristband and set a required PIN for security. Now you’re registered for Voodoo Cashless too!

    2. Next, order at any bar location and select vendors, and let them know you are paying with your wristband.

    3. Then tap your wristband, add a tip amount, enter your PIN, and then you’re done!

  3. In Order to Activate My Wristband, Do I Have to Sign Up for Voodoo Cashless?

    No. While we certainly think Voodoo Cashless the best payment option, you can activate your wristband without enabling the Voodoo Cashless payment option. Activating your wristband ensures a smooth entry process into the festival.

  4. I Already Activated My Wristband, But Missed Voodoo Cashless

    Don’t stress! Visit the Wristband Activation tent just inside the festival entrance, and our staff can help you add Voodoo Cashless and set your PIN right there!

    For more immediate assistance before the festival, please contact our ticket service provider, Front Gate Tickets, or by calling their friendly support team at 888.512.SHOW (7469) Monday – Saturday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. CST.

  5. Are There Any Additional Fees for Using My Voodoo Cashless Wristband?

    Nope! It is free to sign up and free to use!

  6. Is My Credit Card Information Stored on my Wristband?

    No. We do not store any financial data on the wristband. The PIN you choose during Voodoo Cashless registration will always be required to make a purchase. But your card number and billing details are not stored on the wristband. So don’t worry about someone snagging your info.

  7. Is Voodoo Cashless Secure?

    Yes! It works in conjunction with your credit card so it carries all the same security features and protection. You will also set a PIN during registration (just like a debit card), so no one else will be able to use your wristband or your Voodoo Cashless Account without your PIN.

  8. Can I Link the Same Card to Multiple Wristbands?

    Yes. If you wish to allow your card to be linked to multiple wristbands, you certainly can. Each wristband will require a separate PIN. The PIN must be entered when using the wristband to purchase anything participating in the Voodoo Cashless program at the festival.

  9. Can I Link Multiple Credit or Debit Cards to My Wristband?

    No. You will only be able to link a single credit or debit card to your wristband.

  10. Will My Wristband Run Out of Money?

    Not unless the card you linked it to does. No funds are stored on the wristband. It’s just linked to your credit or debit card. As long as you can still use your card, you will still be able to use your Voodoo Cashless wristband.

MyFest

  1. What Is MyFest?
  2. What Is the Difference Between "E-List" And "MyFest"?
  3. What Happens If I Don't Create A MyFest Account?
  4. How Do I Sign In To MyFest?
  5. What Can I "Add" To MyFest?
  6. What Is The Music Player?
  7. Additional Questions About MyFest
  1. What Is MyFest?

    Creating a MyFest account today gives you access to the festival all at your fingertips. Once the festival schedule is available, you can prepare the festival by creating a customized schedule based on the artists you want to see, and share with your friends so you can plan beforehand together.

  2. What Is the Difference Between "E-List" And "MyFest"?

    MyFest is how you customize your entire Voodoo Festival experience from which artists you want to see, and when you’re going to see them. Anything you add will be added to your customized MyFest on voodoofestival.com.

  3. What Happens If I Don't Create A MyFest Account?

    Basically, you can continue to use the entire site, listen to the music player, learn about bands, see when they are playing, participate in contests and all that jazz without ever interacting with MyFest. But you’d be missing out (and who wants to do that?). Signing up for MyFest lets you customize and compare your ideal festival weekend and keeps you up-to-date with what’s happening during the weekend. Signing up for MyFest does not sign you up for our e-mail list.

    And no, signing up for MyFest doesn’t mean we’ll bug you with unwanted updates. You’re in control and you can customize as much as you want to.

  4. How Do I Sign In To MyFest?

    You can access MyFest by clicking on the horizontal bar at the top of the page. Simply click on the “MyFest” button. For first time users, you’ll be instructed to create an account.

    The MyFest bar lives on every page and will keep you signed in once you log in. So you can go explore artists and craft your schedule, and always have access to your MyFest from every page.

  5. What Can I "Add" To MyFest?

    Anything that has a “+” or “+ ADD” button. This can include, but not limited to:

    • Bands on the Lineup Page
    • Individual Artist Pages
    • Set Times from the Schedule Page

    Keep an eye out for the “+” or “+ ADD” and make sure to click that button. Once you add something to MyFest, you will see the green bar on the left light up. This means your time has successfully been added to your MyFest so that you can stay updated with special notifications.

    You can always remove something from MyFest as quickly as you can add it. Just look out for the “-“ or “- REMOVE” button.

  6. What Is The Music Player?

    The music player is a collection of Soundcloud tracks from artists appearing at Voodoo Festival. It will stream continuously as you navigate throughout different pages of the website. You can activate the player without being signed into MyFest, either by clicking the play button on the bottom of the page, on the Lineup or Schedule Page or any Band’s Page.

    Want to see the whole playlist and explore new artists? Click the up arrow button on the left side of the music player bar to see the whole list.

    We chose Soundcloud to source all music tracks so that the artists could decide what music they wanted to share and so you wouldn’t have to create any other accounts to listen to it. As more artists add tracks to Soundcloud, we’ll add them to the website.

  7. Additional Questions About MyFest

    Contact us at info@voodoofestival.com for any questions not answered here and we’ll help you out! Please be patient – we receive many emails and will answer them in the order received.

ADA Access & Accommodations

  1. ADA Credentials
  2. ADA Parking and Drop-Off Location
  3. Getting To Voodoo
  4. Entering the Festival Grounds
  5. Medication & Prescription Policy
  6. ADA Access Center
  7. Services for People with Mobility Limitations
  8. Reserved Seating
  9. Sign Language Interpreters
  10. Restrooms
  1. ADA Credentials

    When you are purchasing your credentials online please know that you do not need to purchase specified accessible tickets – all tickets are general admission, unless you choose to purchase LOA passes (VIP).

    Should you need assistance purchasing your credentials at the onsite Voodoo box office, we will have a designated accessible ticket booth. Please look for the sign with the wheelchair symbol to locate this booth and the attendant will be able to assist you with your credential purchase.

  2. ADA Parking and Drop-Off Location

    We highly recommend being dropped off if possible, event parking is extremely limited. We will have an accessible parking area for Loa VIP patrons. Please have your Loa VIP wristband on and your government issued placard visibly displayed as you are being directed to your parking area. You must have your state/government issued accessible tag clearly visible to access this area. The person to whom the tag/placard/ID belongs must be in the car and have a valid ticket or wristband.

    Accessible parking will be in front of the museum and will be for purchase on the Tickets page. Purchasing P1 parking will give you access to this area.

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  3. Getting To Voodoo

    RTA bus lines are accessible. New Orleans Streetcar lines are mostly accessible. Click here for more information and for assistance in planning your route.

    Please call the RTA Paratransit Service at 504-827-7433 and make arrangements as soon as possible if you require their services. If you are already certified in another region, they will be able to accommodate you without having to go through the entire registration process. Please consider alternate transportation, if at all possible, since we cannot guarantee there will be parking available on site.

  4. Entering the Festival Grounds

    The accessible entry aisle is the far right lane at the front gate. Look for the wheelchair symbol.

    The Voodoo Music + Arts Experience will remain at the Festival Grounds at City Park. This will be our third year in this venue. We do not provide personal attendants, please come prepared. The terrain to reach the stage and entertainment areas will be all on grass. It can be a challenge to get around the site. It is an outdoor music festival with rough, bumpy, uneven terrain with large amounts of ground to travel between stages and vendors. The site is about .5 mile long and .5 mile wide. Even though we hope it will not happen, New Orleans weather is fickle, please come prepared for rain. If it does rain the site can become muddy.

    Please be prepared to traverse the grounds as there will be no stage-to-stage shuttle.

    Voodoo Experience makes improvements on its accessibility every year but is not able to provide accessible pathways to every activity. There are no permanent/temporary paths or roadways. Please be prepared for uneven grounds that are subject to change during inclement weather.

  5. Medication & Prescription Policy

    All OTC medicines/pills must be in original still-factory-sealed package. Previously opened medicines will be disregarded.

    All prescription containers must be accompanied by matching ID. Pills should not be mixed in container. Please bring only an appropriate number of pills for your time at the Festival.

  6. ADA Access Center

    Open from 12pm to 11pm, the Access Center is located to the right as you enter the festival grounds. After 10pm there will be a skeleton crew until the end of music should you have any questions or need assistance.

    The Access Center staff will be happy to provide you with a complete list of the services we offer and answer any questions you may have. Once the festival gates open you may go to the Access Booth to register to use the accessible viewing areas. Once you are registered a staff member will provide you and one companion a wristband that allows entry to the viewing areas.

    While at the Access Center please take a minute and fill out a survey or comment card to let us know what services you really enjoyed and what we could improve upon.

  7. Services for People with Mobility Limitations

    Wheelchairs and Medical Scooters are permitted. For safety reasons, requests to use other power-driven mobility devices will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis. Any alternative mobility devices must be approved before entry/arrival. Please email ada@voodoofestival.com if you have any questions about a specific mobility device. Keep in mind that because of the large crowds at the Experience, fast, large, or heavy mobility devices are not appropriate for use at the site.

    The Voodoo Experience does not provide personal care, golf cart rides, or push service. The Voodoo Experience is an outdoor event and is situated in a naturally swampy area. There is a lot of distance between the stages. The terrain is all grass with small hills and the occasional dip. Please bring an attendant if needed.

    If you choose to bring your own wheelchair or medical scooter please come prepared as we do not have a repair station. You may charge your wheelchairs, if necessary, in the venue at the Access Center.

  8. Reserved Seating

    A limited amount of reserved seating will be provided at each stage for people with the following types of disabilities and one companion:

    • Individuals who use wheelchairs
    • Individuals with disabilities who are ambulatory, but use mobility devices such as walkers or crutches
    • Individuals who are ambulatory, but who are unable to stand during the performance
    • Individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing and need unobstructed sight lines
    • Those with slight injuries only need not apply.

    Space is limited and we cannot reserve seats or areas on the platform. These areas are first come first serve. You may bring your own chair if needed. A wristband is required for entry into these areas. Eligible patrons and their companion may request a wristband at the Access Center. Any person who attempts to use the accessible seating areas fraudulently or anyone who attempts to help others do so will be removed.

    Reserved Platforms at the Altar Stage will be located next to the front of house/soundboard area. There will be an elevated platform at Le Plur also next to the front of housed/soundboard area. Please look for the ADA/Wheelchair Signage. Check in at the Access Center to see if any additional areas have been added when you arrive. An accessible port-o-let is available in close proximity to each viewing area. Please note: The wheelchair platform is non-smoking.

  9. Sign Language Interpreters

    Please let us know as soon as possible if there is a performance that you would like to have interpreted and we will do our best to accommodate your request. Interpreting musical performances requires a lot of preparation and we would ask that you submit your request no later than October 15th so you will be guaranteed the best possible experience. We will have Sign Language Interpreters on the festival grounds in case of emergency. You may go to the Access Center during the event if you ever have need of an interpreter. We will do our best to fulfill any walkup requests.

  10. Restrooms

    There are wheelchair-accessible portable toilets located all over the festival grounds. These are designated on the maps.

    Stop by the Access Center to receive the codes to the locked toilets. The person with a disability and their companion will both be allowed to use these. Please make sure you lock them after each use so they remain clean for those who really need them.

    Questions? To request further information about accessibility at the Voodoo Experience before or during the event please email ada@voodoofestival.com.

Sponsors

  1. How Do I Become A Sponsor?
  1. How Do I Become A Sponsor?

    Interested in contributing to the fan experience at this year’s Festival through sponsorship? Please contact Casie Latimer with inquiries.

    For food vendor inquiries please email foodcourt@voodoofestival.com. For market place inquiries, please email marketplace@voodoofestival.com.

Media & Press

  1. Press and Editorial Information
  2. Marketing & Media Partnerships
  1. Press and Editorial Information

    The 2017 Voodoo Experience Press Application will be available soon. Email Brittany Pearce with any press and editorial inquiries.

  2. Marketing & Media Partnerships

    For Marketing and Media Partnerships inquiries, please email Tyler Dunson.