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Voodoo Music Experience 2017: Exclusive Portraits

A gallery of private moments with some of the festival's most esteemed talent

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Bleached // photo by David Brendan Hall
  • Benjamin Booker // photo by David Brendan HallBenjamin Booker // photo by David Brendan Hall
  • Bibi Bourelly // photo by David Brendan HallBibi Bourelly // photo by David Brendan Hall
  • Black Pistol Fire // photo by David Brendan HallBlack Pistol Fire // photo by David Brendan Hall
  • Bleached // photo by David Brendan HallBleached // photo by David Brendan Hall
  • Dillon Francis // photo by David Brendan HallDillon Francis // photo by David Brendan Hall
  • DJ Mel // photo by David Brendan HallDJ Mel // photo by David Brendan Hall
  • Flint Eastwood // photo by David Brendan HallFlint Eastwood // photo by David Brendan Hall
  • Marian Hill // photo by David Brendan HallMarian Hill // photo by David Brendan Hall
  • Mondo Cozmo // photo by David Brendan HallMondo Cozmo // photo by David Brendan Hall
  • Pell // photo by David Brendan HallPell // photo by David Brendan Hall
  • Rich Chigga // photo by David Brendan HallRich Chigga // photo by David Brendan Hall
  • Ron Gallo // photo by David Brendan HallRon Gallo // photo by David Brendan Hall
  • SAINt JHN // photo by David Brendan HallSAINt JHN // photo by David Brendan Hall
  • Strand of Oaks // photo by David Brendan HallStrand of Oaks // photo by David Brendan Hall
  • TOKiMONSTA // photo by David Brendan HallTOKiMONSTA // photo by David Brendan Hall
  • Vintage Trouble // photo by David Brendan HallVintage Trouble // photo by David Brendan Hall

    Voodoo Music Experience descended upon New Orleans’ own City Park over Halloween weekend for another round of spooky festivities. Once again, Consequence of Sound was there to capture the wide range of performances and activations, from The Killers to the Foo Fighters and LCD Soundsystem to Kendrick Lamar. In addition to our traditional festival coverage, David Brendan Hall shared private moments with some of the festival’s most esteemed talent, including Black Pistol Fire, Bibi Bourelly, Ron Gallo, and many more. Check out the gallery below.

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