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Buku Experience

March 24, 2016

Photos by Devin Dronett

CRWNS, a local New Orleans electronic future bass trap artist and senior philosophy major at Tulane University, plays a set on the Back Alley stage.

CRWNS, a local New Orleans electronic future bass trap artist and senior philosophy major at Tulane University, plays a set on the Back Alley stage.

The BUKU Music+ Arts Festival is an annual festival held in the Warehouse District of New Orleans celebrating the collaboration of arts such as musical talents, street artists and vendors. BUKU reflects the culture of New Orleans, bringing people together to celebrate visual and performing art and music.

This year’s event took place March 11-12 and featured acts such as Kid Cudi, Future, Purity Ring, Miike Snow and Aluna George.

A storage unit covered in murals, located at the entrance to the festival, served as a location for attendees to hang out in.

A storage unit covered in murals, located at the entrance to the festival, served as a location for attendees to hang out in.

The crowd dances and enjoys a set by local New Orleans electronic artist CRWNS.

The crowd dances and enjoys a set by local New Orleans electronic artist CRWNS.

Festival attendee Cat Cope performs with her hoops.

Festival attendee Cat Cope performs with her hoops.

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