Defending the Coast at Voodoo


Voodoo buttonEach Halloween, Gulf Restoration Network and hundreds of thousands of festivalgoers gather in New Orleans’ City Park for music, art, cuisine and camaraderie as part of the Voodoo Music + Arts Experience. We’re excited to continue this partnership (for the 9th year in a row!) and we hope to see you out there.

Want to come? Voodoo donated a pair of VIP "Loa" passes  that we have up for auction here. All proceeds benefit GRN, so you can support the Gulf AND enjoy a music-filled weekend!

The Gulf coast and New Orleans are home to some of the world's richest musical and cultural traditions. Unfortunately, we are facing a myriad of threats: ongoing impacts from the BP oil disaster, sea level rise, destructive oil & gas development and so much more. If we continue to lose a football field of our coastal wetlands EACH HOUR, there won't be much to sing about - No coast, No music.

This year GRN will be at Voodoo demonstrating to festivalgoers the significance of our precious wetlands and giving them an opportunity to take action. Come find us!

If you haven’t already purchased your ticket, today is your lucky day! GRN has two Loa passes up for auction. What do these passes include?

Three day access to:
•    Express lanes into the festival grounds
•    Premium viewing at each stage
•    Full service cash-bars with beer, wine and premium spirits
•    Free massages from Outreach NOLA and hot shaves by Aidan Gill
•    Free and unlimited carnival rides
•    Loa Concierge service

Valued at over $1100, these passes will guarantee that you have an unbelievable Voodoo experience.

The auction ends Friday, October 23rd at noon, so act fast to win the pair of Loa VIP passes!

See you at Voodoo!

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