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Voodoo Music Experience in New Orleans 

Fall Out Boy, The Black Crowes, Wilco, Smashing Pumpkins, Rage Against the Machine and thousands of music fans gathered Oct. 26-28.
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Paolo Nutini performs Sunday.
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Paolo Nutini
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Fallout Boy
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Fallout Boy
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Fallout Boy
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Fallout Boy
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Marc Broussard
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Festgoers
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Beautiful weather
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Kissing couples
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The Black Crowes
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The Black Crowes
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The Black Crowes
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The Black Crowes
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The Black Crowes
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Common
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Common
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Common fans
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Voodoo at night
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Dr. John
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Sunday headliner's Wilco
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Wilco
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Wilco
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Wilco
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Wilco
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Mute Math plays for a hometown crowd on Saturday.
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Mute Math
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Mute Math packs 'em in tight.
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Mute Math
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Mute Math
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Mute Math
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Mute Math
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Sinead O'Connor
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Sinead O'Connor
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Coheed and Cambria
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Coheed and Cambria fans
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Coheed and Cambria
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Coheed and Cambria
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Coheed and Cambria fans
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Ben Harper and the Innocent Criminals
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Ben Harper and the Innocent Criminals
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Ben Harper and the Innocent Criminals
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Austin rockers Ghostland Observatory
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Ghostland Observatory
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Ghostland Observatory
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Ghostland Observatory
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Ghostland Observatory
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Smashing Pumpkins headlines Saturday's lineup.
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Smashing Pumpkins
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Smashing Pumpkins
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The Voodoo Music Experience takes over New Orleans for three days.
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After previous days of flooding, the crowd enjoys Friday's great weather.
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Jason Isbell (formerly of the Drive-By Truckers) and the 400 Watt Band
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Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
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Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
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Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
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Fans enjoy the fest.
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CC Adcock and The Lil' Band O' Gold
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CC Adcock and The Lil' Band O' Gold
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Bands aren't the only thing being worshipped at the fest.
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Festgoers make the rounds.
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Porcupine Tree
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Porcupine Tree
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Porcupine Tree
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Saints fan likes good music, too.
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Elvis, baby
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Blues and jazz bands, such as JJ Grey and MOFRO, play the side stages.
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Kings of Leon
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Kings of Leon
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Kings of Leon
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British rapper M.I.A.
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British rapper M.I.A.
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After a seven year layoff, Rage Against The Machine headline the festival's first night.
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Rage Against The Machine
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Rage Against the Machine
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Rage Against the Machine
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Paolo Nutini performs Sunday.
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