Spring Break in New Orleans

Charming New OrleansNew Orleans has definitely earned their rep as one of America’s party capitals, so why not go? It’s Spring Break right? Right around the corner from Bourbon Street is an awesome festival called Buku Music and Arts Project. If you haven’t gone, then I don’t know what you’re waiting for.

When it comes to Spring Break Texans, definitely knows how to party. From Padre to Austin you have a ton of options. SXSW and Clayton’s Mega Beach Party were obviously lit, but dare to not be basic, change it up for once. Go to Buku, go to New Orleans!

Go to Buku, go to New Orleans!

There are many reasons to go to Buku, but the lineup has to be the biggest reason. A Buku lineup is not one to be missed. This year the headliners were Travis Scott and Deadmau5. Artists such as Lil Yachty ( who wouldn’t want to see that crazy redhead), Jauz, 21 Savage, Shiba San, and Ghastly and many more

There were many life-altering performances. Besides the lineup, Buku offers an experience like no other. They have live graffiti art, a glitter station, VIP on a boat that sails the Mississippi River, a disco train that you can conduct yourself, Buku creatures, and some of the most creative stage designs I have seen. The Backyard stage literally feels like you are in the nicest backyard ever, with the best music and the best people along the Mississippi River. The Playground stage will bring you back to your childhood with a giant light up seesaw, rainbow crystal chairs, and the funkiest music you’ve never heard of. Any festival wouldn’t be complete without the people of course. The people are the most chill, friendly, lit festival goers you’ll ever meet; which gives the festival a homey fun vibe.

The Backyard stage literally feels like you are in the nicest backyard ever, with the best music and the best people along the Mississippi River. The Playground stage will bring you back to your childhood with a giant light up seesaw, rainbow crystal chairs, and the funkiest music you’ve never heard of. Any festival wouldn’t be complete without the people of course. The people are the most chill, friendly, lit festival goers you’ll ever meet; which gives the festival a homey fun vibe.

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So maybe the way your bank account is set up a two-day festival isn’t in your plans. No worries, Buku offers one-day passes and Bourbon Street is a festival in itself.¬† It’s Spring Break, Mardi Gras just ended, St. Patrick’s Day is around the corner and Buku festival goers are looking for an after party. The streets are packed, beads are flying in the air, people are twerking in the streets, MILFS are flashing and the street performers are out. Basically it’s a good time, and¬†hopefully, you’ll remember it. The drinks on Bourbon Street will have you on another level.

If you are not convinced I don’t know what else to say. A New Orleans spring break is not something you want to miss. If you still want that Padre or Austin Spring Break you can always stop by on the way home. See you at the next festival.

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