Cityfox Halloween Festival Comes To Life At Avant Gardner
When it comes to quality event production New Yorkers are definitely spoiled for choice. One name that consistently stands apart from the rest, however, is Cityfox. The Brooklyn based collective continues to push the limits of party planning to loftier heights. With their consistently incredibly shows at Avant Gardner and The Brooklyn Mirage, Cityfox is creating its own new culture in Brooklyn. Last month the collective continued to underline its meteoric rise with the massive Cityfox Halloween Festival.
Truly a logistical masterclass, Cityfox transformed Avant Gardner into a labyrinth of opulent tents and mysterious chambers. Pulsating lights splashed a carnival of deviously costumed guests who sank their teeth into some of the best house music the world has to offer.
A collection of some of the world’s most innovative artists came together for a truly enthralling night of mischief. As hitmakers like DJ Tennis and Konrad Black took to the stage, haunting visuals plastered the walls as intoxicating beats poured out of pristine speakers.
What makes Cityfox events stand apart from other event brands is their attention to detail and the ability to predict what a crowd will desire. Plush chill zones were welcomed oasis in a swirling vortex of lights, colors, masks and merriment. Travelling between the four stages and seven rooms was seamless and actually exciting, rather than the taxing and frustrating experience in between sets. The experience came together gloriously due to the intriguing costumes and palpable energy of the stylish crowd.
With all, there was to see and experience it was almost easy to lose track of who was on stage but we managed. Einmusik left a lasting impression while Bedouin was also immensely impressive with his hard-hitting 4-hour set, while Behrouz seriously turned heads with his more tribal vibes. The night was punctuated by the legendary Lee Burridge playing into the morning hours while &ME closed out the festivities in the style.