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Louisiana fall is upon us, which means the first taste of festival season is here in the South.

One highly anticipated festival is the Voodoo Music + Arts Experience (aka Voodoo Fest) to be held in New Orleans’ City Park from Oct. 31 to Nov. 2, the 16th since its inception in 1999. According to New Orleans native John Lands, there is much to love about Voodoo. “I love the music, food and artwork that is show-cased by local vendors and emerging artists.”

The three-day event will be held on City Park’s Festival Grounds, north of the New Orleans Museum of Art and south of I-610, rain or shine.

For psychology freshman Madison Barbor, she’s most excited about the Foo Fighters.

“I will be seeing the Foo Fighters for the first time,” Barbor said. “I must say I’m pretty stoked to finally see them perform in the flesh.”

As for psychology freshman Annie Brandt, all she had to say is that “Arctic Monkeys are life.”

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Linda Hexter, Photo Editor

Linda Hexter is a mathematics major with a minor in mass communications. Before becoming photo editor, Linda was senior staff photographer at the Maroon. Linda owns her own photography business and shoots weddings, parties, family portraits, and just about anything involving human subjects. She is very excited to help younger photographers improve their work and continue to shoot assignments for the Maroon. After graduation, Linda will bike across the country and build 16 houses with an organization called Bike and Build.

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