The Voodoo Music + Arts Experience lands on the City Park fest grounds on October 28-30 for three days of music and shenanigans on four stages right before Halloween. It also happens to be one of the most anticipated food fests in town this fall.
If you’ve never been, it's basically a massive party in City Park. This year, Tool, Arcade Fire, and the Weekend are headlining, but there are over 65 acts performing. There will also be tons of art vendors, a craft beer garden and more bars.
In terms of food, Voodoo has teamed up with Greg Reggio from the Louisiana Restaurant Association to curate the Forked Up Food Court— a major departure from previous years— which will feature numerous local eateries and food options including New Orleans-style dishes, vegetarian, vegan and even gluten-free eats.
Here are the vendors, and some of the food offerings to be on the lookout for.
Voodoo Music + Arts Experience Food Offerings
Blue Oak BBQ
Bratz Y'all!: Bratwurst sandwiches including the Drunk Pig and the Nola Schnitzel which feature Bavarian salted pretzels.
Café Navarre – Crispy fried duck quesadillas, "pastalaya" with ground pork and smoked sausage and shrimp and corn bisque from this City Park neighborhood staple.
Cartozzo's Bakery & Food Service: Crawfish Bread, seafood pasta in a bread bowl and a Famous One Pound Cinnamon Roll.
Crêpes à la Cart
Jambalaya Girl – Jambalaya prepared by Kristen Preau.
Peck's Seafood Restaurant: Seafood, Italian dishes, wraps, salads and gourmet burgers.
Petite Rouge Café Camionette
Reginelli's Pizzeria: New Orleans inspired Italian food.
Rusty Pelican: Salads, juicy burgers, delicious seafood, and local beers at Voodoo.
Swamp Kitchen: Cajun eats from Broussard, LA’s Cricket’s Kitchen alum Casey Bergeron and Mid-City Pizza owner, Rand Owens.
The Big Cheezy: Gourmet grilled cheeses, salads, and more from New Orleans locals.
Tru Vietnamese Café
- Voodoo Music + Arts Experience [Official Website]