Tyler, the Creator and Tame Impala to Headline BUKU Music + Art Project's 10th Anniversary

The New Orleans festival will return for the first time since 2019.

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BUKU Music + Art Project is celebrating its 10th anniversary with a stacked lineup led by Tyler, the Creator and Tame Impala.

The festival’s 2022 iteration will mark its first since 2019 and will also include performances from Vince Staples, Trippie Redd, Baby Keem, Tierra Whack, Maxo Kream, Flo Milli, Fousheé, Teezo Touchdown and more. BUKU was meant to return earlier this October but was cancelled due to the rising COVID-19 cases in the area:

“As you’ve probably seen, Louisiana is getting rocked by COVID again and it’s causing large events in the state to cancel. We’ve spent the last couple weeks trying to hang on, but don’t see a guaranteed path forward under the current & projected public health conditions. Therefore, in keeping the health & safety of our community our top priority, we are cancelling BUKU: Planet B that was scheduled to take place this October.”

Take a look at the full lineup below. BUKU Music + Art Project is set to take place on March 25 and March 26, 2022 at the Market Street Power Plant in New Orleans, with pre-sale tickets available on December 17.

Elsewhere in music, Kid Cudi confirmed that he will be releasing two albums in 2022.

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