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The Cure Join NIN, Pearl Jam on Voodoo Fest Lineup

Annual fall event goes down November 1st-3rd in New Orleans

Robert Smith of The Cure performs in Belfort, France.
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August 14, 2013 2:05 PM ET

The Cure have booked another major festival appearance, joining the bill for this year's Voodoo Music + Arts Experience. Robert Smith and Co. have been named the festival's third headliners, reports Consequence of Sound, joining previously announced top-bill acts Pearl Jam and Nine Inch Nails at City Park in New Orleans on November 1st-3rd. 

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This year's lineup also includes current RS cover stars Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, the Gaslight Anthem, Desaparecidos and Matt and Kim, among others.

The Cure recently rocked festival performances at Lollapalooza and Osheaga, and the Voodoo Fest performance will mark their first set in New Orleans in 13 years as well as the band's first performance at the festival.

Three-day and VIP passes for this year's Voodoo Fest are available via the festival's website

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