Voodoo Has a Question Mark

According to an announcement released this morning:

“We, like everyone, were looking forward to having Green Day back at Voodoo,” says Stephen Rehage, the founder/producer of VOODOO. “Their 2004 performance was one of the festival’s greatest. We are obviously disappointed in the news, but realize the health and well being of Billie Joe is the most important thing right now.  We wish him and the entire Green Day family the best and offer them our full support.”

Green Day Cancels for Voodoo

On September 24, Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong checked himself into rehab after an onstage rant at the iHeartRadio Festival in Las Vegas. At the time, the band announced, "We regretfully must postpone some of our upcoming promotional appearances." Unfortunately, today it was announced that Green Day's appearance at this year's Voodoo Experience is among those cancelled events.

According to this afternoon's press release:

Voodoo Mathematics

The Voodoo Experience has released its final lineup, which now includes Nas, Coheed and Cambria, Vintage Trouble and another 20 bands for the festival, which this year takes place October 26-28. Neil Young and Crazy Horse will headline Friday night, Green Day and Justice top the bill Saturday, and Jack White and Skrillex close the festival on Sunday. This year's lineup is notable for the additional attention to Le Plur and Voodoo's EDM lineup, and the name change from The Bingo Parlour to Le Carnival, though New Orleans Bingo!

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