CONTEST: Win 2-Day Passes to BangOn!NYC’s Warehouse of Horrors
These days there’s a chill in the air and the darkness creeps in early. Companies pump out candy corn flavored goods despite the fact that all self respecting hipsters hate the stuff. It seems as though films like Carrie and The Fly dominate syndicated networks airtime. OH WAIT. IT’S HALLOWEEN, MOFOS. And that means one more thing… BangOn!NYC’s Warehouse of Horrors is back!
This year’s two-day celebration is set to be the scariest yet. The madness descends on Knockdown Center next Friday, October 25th and Saturday, October 26th, bringing top tier names to tantalize wub and house fiends alike. Friday night gets heavy when bass all-stars The Glitch Mob (DJ set), Ekali and San Holo (live) bring their rattling beats to the Warehouse Stage. On Saturday, Dirtybird Records rules the roost, with acts like Claude VonStroke, Justin Jay and Justin Martin bringing the heat.
Each night features three stages (including one of NYC’s hottest new clubs, Basement) I plus plenty of spooky fanfare, from haunted houses to aerial dancers who will swing from hooks attached to their very skin. Not terrifying enough? Add fire breathers, evil art cars and interactive art installations to the cauldron, and you’ve got plenty of hair-raising surprises on the horizon.
Are you ready to enter the Warehouse of Horrors? One lucky FREEwilliamsburg reader will take home a pair of 2-Day general admission passes. Enter below (please note you must be at least 21 years of age with a legal ID to enter/attend). Of course, if you know want to be a part of this annual freak show, we recommend you BUY TICKETS HERE.
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What: BangOn!NYC’s Presents Warehouse of Horrors
When: Friday, October 25 & Saturday, October 26
Where: Knockdown Center, 52-19 Flushing Ave., Maspeth, NY
Who’s playing: Ekali, San Holo (live), The Glitch Mob, Claude VonStroke, Justin Jay, Justin Martin, & More
Price: $50 – $90
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