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Voodoo Info 

-Single day tickets cost $60 online/$75 at participating CVS pharmacy locations/$85 at the gate, 3-day weekend tickets are $150 online/$185 at the gate, LOA Lounge tickets are $525 at the gate. Children 10 and under are allowed in free when accompanied by an adult ticket holder. Tickets available at www.thevoodooexperience.com. Ticket prices subject to change and availability.

-3-Day Weekend Ticket holders and LOA Lounge ticket holders may exit and re-enter the grounds. Single day ticket holders may not re-enter.

-Voodoo accepts credit cards and debit cards. ATMs are available on the grounds.

-Bicycle parking is available near the main entrance by the box office.

-Voodoo is handicapped accessible.

-Shuttle service to and from the festival grounds is available from the Marriott New Orleans (555 Canal St.) and The Boot (1039 Broadway St.). Call (800) 380-3378 for information and reservations.

Voodoo Permits:

-Ponchos

-Blankets

-Strollers

-Regular-size, unframed backpacks

-Empty CamelBak or other empty plastic containers.

-Personal camera equipment (small digital cameras or point-and-shoot 35mm cameras)

Voodoo Prohibits:

-Illegal substances and drug paraphernalia

-Framed or large backpacks

-Glass containers

-Outside food and beverages

-Skateboards, scooters and personal motorized vehicles

-Bicycles inside the grounds

-Portable/collapsible chairs

-Weapons, fireworks and explosives

-Umbrellas and tents

-Non-collapsible chairs

-Coolers (except for medical needs)

-Pets (except service animals)

-Professional video or camera equipment

-Audio recording equipment

-Non festival-sanctioned promotional materials

-Illegal vending

-Unauthorized/unlicensed vendors

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