Premium Parking:

The P1 + P2 lots offer the most convenient way for you to park. Both lots are only minutes away from the Voodoo Entrance, ensuring that you’re a stone’s throw from the action and allowing for the quickest escape route once Voodoo concludes each night.

Lot | P1: Entrance is located on Lelong in front of the New Orleans Museum of Art [NOMA].
Fee: Premium 3-Day P1 | SOLD OUT
Lot | P2: Entrance off of Marconi is on Roosevelt Mall behind NOMA.
Fee: Premium 3-Day P2 | $100

General Parking:

Lot | P3: Located in the Delgado Community College Parking Lot, P3 is a 15-minute walk from the Voodoo Entrance.
Fee: General 3-Day | $70


Upon entering the parking lot for the first time, please stop and present your parking confirmation to the Parking Attendant. The Parking Attendant will scan your paper confirmation and replace your paper confirmation with a parking hangtag. Please do not attempt to park before first obtaining a parking hangtag. After receiving the parking tag, hang it from your rearview mirror and proceed as directed.

ADA Parking
We highly recommend that our ADA patrons arrange to be dropped off if possible. ADA parking is very limited and we cannot guarantee that ADA parking will be available. ADA parking spaces are available for purchase in Lot | P1.

Parking Lot Restrictions
All vehicles must leave the Voodoo parking lots each night at the close of the festival. Vehicles left in the lots between the hours of 1am and 9am will be towed at the owner’s expense. The following activities are prohibited and will be strictly enforced—camping or sleeping in vehicles, vandalism, the purchase or sale of Credentials, the use of drugs and/or alcohol, loitering or other illegal behavior, and anything else your favorite rock star wouldn’t do.

Other Parking
Finally, there is some free parking available in and around City Park. However, please respect our neighbors. They live here and are gracious enough to allow us to Worship The Music steps from their homes. Do not park on Bayou St. John, in front of driveways, or anywhere else with a posted No Parking sign. New Orleans meter maids are no joke. A visit to the vehicle impound lot is no fun either.