New Orleans Voodoo Tickets
We now have New Orleans VoDoo tickets up for purchase! New Orleans VoDoo is an Arena Football League’s team from New Orleans, Louisiana. The original team played in the AFL from years 2004-2008. At this point, the AFL operations got suspended. Then an announcement was made in 2010 that a franchise would join the reorganized AFL, carrying forward the “New Orleans Voodoo” history and name.
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- Tampa Bay Storm vs. New Orleans VooDoo, Amalie Arena (formerly Tampa Bay Times Forum) tickets for 05/30 07:30 PM Amalie Arena (formerly Tampa Bay Times Forum)
- Sat May 30 2015
- Philadelphia Soul vs. New Orleans Voodoo, Wells Fargo Center PA tickets for 06/06 06:00 PM Wells Fargo Center PA
- Sat Jun 06 2015
- New Orleans Voodoo vs. Cleveland Gladiators, Smoothie King Center (Formerly New Orleans Arena) tickets for 06/12 07:30 PM Smoothie King Center (Formerly New Orleans Arena)
- Fri Jun 12 2015
- Orlando Predators vs. New Orleans Voodoo, Amway Center tickets for 06/27 07:00 PM Amway Center
- Sat Jun 27 2015
- New Orleans Voodoo vs. Tampa Bay Storm, Smoothie King Center (Formerly New Orleans Arena) tickets for 07/18 07:00 PM Smoothie King Center (Formerly New Orleans Arena)
- Sat Jul 18 2015
- Las Vegas Outlaws vs. New Orleans VooDoo, Thomas & Mack Center tickets for 07/25 07:30 PM Thomas & Mack Center
- Sat Jul 25 2015
- Philadelphia Soul vs. New Orleans Voodoo, Wells Fargo Center PA tickets for 08/02 04:00 PM Wells Fargo Center PA
- Sun Aug 02 2015
- Jacksonville Sharks vs. New Orleans Voodoo, Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena tickets for 08/08 07:00 PM Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena
- Sat Aug 08 2015
As one of AFL’s expansion teams, VooDoo began their opening game with Philadelphia Soul in February, 2004. The match marked AFL’s return to the city of New Orleans, where New Orleans Night had already played 2 seasons from 1991-1992. The team’s logo comprises a human skull clad in sunglasses and top hat. With an attendance turnout of 15,338, for a 3rd in the seventeen-team AFL, New Orleans VoDoo was going good. Their popularity and success led the AFL to even consider locating the ArenaBowl in New Orleans.
Then 2005 bought the news that owing to the widespread damage of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans, the team’s operations would be suspended for the season in 2006. So 15 players in VooDoo’s contract moved to the Kansas City Brigade.
Then in 2007, VooDoo went onto set AFL’s season ticket record by selling more than thirteen thousand tickets. This in turn also managed them to lead in announced attendance, luring 16,645 fans to their eight home games, eight hundred more than 2nd-place Philadelphia Soul. The final 2007 record of 5-11 consisted of the team’s 1st ever win against the Orlando Predators, as well as a 67-54 dominating victory against San Jose Sabercats, who eventually won the ArenaBowl XXI championship.
Moreover, in 2008, the team got the "Arena Football League's Best Support Staff Award" in the ArenaBall Awards Ceremony hosted in New Orleans. 2008 also bought news that the owner of the team Tom Benson had pronounced that the VooDoo would no longer be operating in New Orleans. However, it was announced that for the 2010 season, AFL would bring the team back.
The New Orleans VooDoo started off their 2012 season facing defeat at home by Milwaukee Mustangs and Philadelphia Soul in their 1st two matches. This took their losing streak at home to twelve, however they soon recovered. A 3 game win, including an important win against the Jacksonville Sharks put the VooDoo back in the 1st place, heading to the last regular-season month. With a +21 turnover edge, the team is leading the AFL.
Some of the popular names who have played for the team include Aaron Bailey, John Fitzgerald, Monty Montgomery, Henry Taylor, Henry Bryant, Umar Muhammed, Hutch Gonzales, James Jordon, Alvin Ray Jackson and Jeremy Kellem. The team’s currently under the guidance of Coach Pat O’Hara and presidency of Dan Newman, and plays their home games at the indoor New Orleans Arena. The venue seats 19,000 individuals for concerts, more than 18,500 for Hornets games and 16,500 for football. Our website’s now providing New Orleans VoDoo tickets for all the VooDoo fans out there!
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