The New Orleans Poco Festival has been canceled indefinitely

Now 4 of the organizers of the Popular Music Festival book Moments announced that the festival will not take place at this rally in a statement issued to US organizers. Say the current model BUKU festival needs to take a break BUKU festival returned this year after two years of postponement due to COVID-19 Organizers say they will meet again someday and some model or fashion, but any day or another about what is the future of oil festivals m

BUKU Festival announces 2023 cancellation with no clear return date

The popular New Orleans festival has announced that it will cancel its “expected return date of 2023. BUKU Fest organizers issued a statement, saying times are changing and the festival needs to take a break. They are not sure when the festival will return. Read the full statement from BUKU Festival organizers.” Here: “From day one, BUKU was created to be something different…a gritty yet colorful event that celebrates the progressive subculture of New Orleans. It’s become a homecoming for the coolest group of eccentrics ever assembled and within 10 years, we’ve accomplished exactly what we set out to do: we’ve created a community…a really important community. “But times are changing… and BUKU’s current model needs to take a break. For a myriad of reasons, we’ve decided the festival won’t take place in March 2023. We don’t know exactly what the future will look like – and that’s okay because there is freedom in the unknown – but we We know we will meet again someday, in some form, full of creativity and purpose.” To Pokero, including fans, staff, vendors, local artists and the city of New Orleans: We adore you. Our direct messages and emails over the years say it all…you got involved in BUKU, met all your friends at BUKU, encouraged you to start a business in BUKU, BUKU was your last show before going on active duty, I fell in love with BUKU , I got angry at BUKU, and connected with a judgment-free community full of encouragement at BUKU. This isn’t ‘goodbye’ – it’s ‘see you all on the road’. Until then, keep the spirit of BUKU alive, keep visiting New Orleans, keep creating, and keep the big love going.”

The famous New Orleans festival has announced that it will cancel its ‘expected return date of 2023’.

BUKU Fest organizers released a statement, saying that times are changing and the festival needs to take a break.

In the statement, organizers said they were not sure when the festival would return.

Read the full statement from the BUKU festival organizers here:

“From day one, BUKU was created to be something different…a gritty yet colorful event that celebrates the progressive subculture of New Orleans. It has become a homecoming for an absolutely amazing group of eccentrics, and within 10 years we’ve achieved exactly what we set out to do Done: We created a community…a really important community.

“But times are changing… and BUKU’s current model needs to take a break. For a myriad of reasons, we’ve decided the festival won’t take place in March 2023. We don’t know exactly what the future will look like – and that’s okay because there is freedom in the unknown. But we know that one day we will meet again, in some form, full of creativity and purpose.

“To BUKREWE, including our fans, staff, vendors, local artists, and the City of New Orleans: We adore you. The direct messages and emails we’ve received over the years say it all…You got involved with BUKU, you met all your friends at BUKU, you’ve Encouraged to start a business at BUKU, BUKU was your last show before going into active duty, I fell in love with BUKU, broke out in BUKU, and connected with the judgment-free community full of encouragement at BUKU.

“This isn’t ‘goodbye’—it’s ‘See you all on the road.’ Until then, keep the BUKU spirit alive, keep visiting New Orleans, keep creating, and keep the big love going.”

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