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The BUKU Project announces 2021 virtual event, postpones to 2022 – Dancing Astronaut

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The BUKU Project, the annual music and arts festival hosted in New Orleans, has announced they will delay their in-person festival until 2022. The festival was scheduled for March 2021, but festival organizers have cancelled early “in the spirit of transparency and certainty.”

“Our two main priorities – fan safety and fan enjoyment – are guiding us, and we just can’t picture 25k of us partying together safely in March in the free-roaming BUKU atmosphere that y’all love. Ain’t nothing socially distant about BUKU,” stated organizers.

In lieu of the regularly scheduled event, BUKU will host BUKU: Planet B, an “immersive, one-time-only, alternative take on BUKU.” The placeholder event will take place October 22-23, 2021. No details about the lineup or events schedule have been shared yet.

Learn more about BUKU or their ticket refund policy on here.

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Tags: Buku, Buku Music + Art Project, buku: Planet B, new orleans

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