BangOn! Reveal New Lineup & Surprises For Warehouse Of Horrors

As the kings of the underground New York rave scene, BangOn!NYC is notorious for crafting incredibly immersive atmospheres and booking world class artists for their spectacular events. On October 29, BangOn! will transform a massive East Williamsburg warehouse into a devious den of mischief for its 7th annual Halloween bacchanal. This year’s Warehouse Of Horrors is definitely going to be the marquee event of the upcoming Halloween weekend and you won’t want to miss this wicked night. From their sultry New Year’s Eve celebrations to the scintillating summer vibes of Elements, BangOn! has a long track record of phenomenal parties. Tickets are moving quickly so get them while you can!

GRAB YOUR TICKETS FOR BANGON!’S WAREHO– USE OF HORRORS HERE

We can’t wait to get all up inside this year’s secret Brooklyn location. With 30 foot ceilings, 2 stages + silent disco, freaky performers, hair-raising interactive art, human bowling, trick-or-treating, multi-room haunted house inspired by classic horror films, mutant vehicles, massive custom video mapped skull main stage, a bouncy house, a flesh-suspension zip line show and an abundance of ghastly curiosities, BangOn!’s Warehouse Of Horrors is primed to be a surreal spectacle.

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This year BangOn! has once again curated a sophisticated and progressive lineup of  artists to host this haunted rave. Dirtybird stalwarts J. Phlip, Will Clarke and Ardalan will be spearheading all the madness at the Horror House Stage, while the experimental pioneer Ott raises hell over at the Boneyard Stage with melodic maestro Big Wild. BangOn! recently revealed the full lineup for this year’s show which you an check out on the poster below.  With so many contrasting sonic styles, this year’s event is surely the place to be this Halloween! Tickets are moving fast so don’t miss your chance to be join the party.

GRAB YOUR TICKETS FOR BANGON!’S WAREHO– USE OF HORRORS HERE

 

Jabari Kefele

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