BUKU‘s outside Power Plant stage sits between the active New Orleans Public Belt Railroad and the Mississippi River, all in the haunting glow of the run-down Market Street Power Plant.
If you’ve been to BUKU before, you know the Float Den stage goes off. Placed in a Mardi Gras float manufacturing warehouse and adorned with in-your-face production, the Float Den can become quite the disorienting warehouse dance party.
The sleek Ballroom is like a concert hall transported itself onto a festival grounds. Equipped with balcony viewing and state of the art lighting, sound and decor.
A year after year fan-favorite, the Back Alley is BUKU‘s underground dance party. A sexy riverside vibe is what you’ll find here with views of the Crescent City Connection bridge towering over the Mississippi River.
VIP pass holders are treated to special performances aboard the S.S. BUKU, a New Orleans-style riverboat docked on the Mississippi River with views of the Power Plant stage.
More info on our VIP perks can be found on the tickets page!
Renamed the Front Porch for 2017 and tucked behind the Float Den is an oasis of grass, lounges, and local artist showcases to create the ultimate vibe. Whether you’re between acts, looking for a place to relax, or you want to explore the other side of BUKU, this is your place.