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Our Photo Recap of VOODOO Music & Arts Experience 2019


Even with rain in the forecast, the music at Voodoo never stopped. The annual music and arts experience returned to City Park in New Orleans, Louisiana this year over Halloween weekend.

Guns N' Roses headlined the damp first day, powering through a nearly three-hour performance. The rock and roll icons dove straight into their archives and opened with “It's So Easy" and “Mr. Brownstone" off 1987 debut album Appetite For Destruction. A wide selection of covers also made the set, including Soundgarden's “Black Hole Sun" and Misfits' “Attitude." And among the band's multitude of hits came a standout performance of “November Rain," which was accompanied by a late-October downpour. The chance encounter felt like a silver lining to the day's stormy conditions.

The space surrounding Voodoo's stages lived and breathed Louisiana history and culture. Lagoons, bayous, and oak trees were all in sight as local vendors cooked up traditional New Orleans cuisine. Art installations, a craft marketplace, and even an interactive graveyard immersed the crowd in constant activity. The festival's slogan, “Worship the music. Worship the arts," came to life.

The weekend also saw performances from more than 65 acts, including Beck, Post Malone, Brandi Carlile, The National, and Bassnectar.'s photographer, Steve Galli, caught 35 sets and shared these images.

Links to the full galleries: Friday | Saturday | Sunday

Friday 25 October

Bishop Briggs

Des Rocs

Brandi Carlile

DJ Nice Rack


Saturday 26 October




Denzel Curry

Young The Giant

Sunday 27 October

Post Malone


Sheck Wes


Bring Me The Horizon

For more information about VOODOO Music & Arts Experience, which returns on the weekend of 30 October to 1 November next year, visit their Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.

All Photos by Steve Galli for CBS/

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