BUKU 2022 preview

The third time is a charm; at least, that’s the hope for the BUKU Music + Arts Project festival.  March 25th and 26th will mark the city’s first major festival post CV-19.  This year’s lineup keeps the spirit alive that is the BUKU Music + Arts Project.  While they were not able to secure all the acts from the two previous canceled shows, they were still able to keep a few and introduce some nice surprises which include Tame Impala and several other up and coming deejay/electronic acts.

The great thing about BUKU Music + Arts Project is the fact you will no doubt go to the festival and find an act you’ve never heard of — at least for me — since the underground dance electronic culture is always growing.

On the lineup is Porter Robinson, who turned out the album Nature last year, as well as Alison Wonderland, Tame Impala, Glass Animals, Rezz, Liquid Stranger, and Taking Back Sunday — to name a few.  You can get tickets here.

Taking Back Sunday, who will be performing at BUKU Music + Arts Project in March 2022. (Photo by: Steven Hatley)

Alison Wonderland from BUKU Music + Arts Project 2018 (Photo by: Steven Hatley)

Rezz closed out the last Float Den set of BUKU 2018 on Saturday night (photos by: Steven Hatley)


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