Spirit of Halloween to open up at music festival venues nationwide

Seems business is booming for the Spirit of Halloween brand by taking on outdoor music venues rather than their usual abandoned spots in strip malls. CEO Steven Silverstein calls it a great opportunity for millennials to come out and enjoy despite everything that’s happening. He says that all locations will have stereo setups with top EDM sets from previous years playing on loop. He laughs as he says “people won’t have to be fooled now and know it’s all just pre recorded”.

Along with costumes and cheap Halloween makeup Spirit of Halloween will be selling rave attire and accessories at discounted price.

P.S. sniffing dogs will be at the door!

F*ck theCoronaVirus music festival is on its way

Music fans are rejoiced with news that festival organizers are in the works of getting a music festival going even though we’re in the middle of this CoronaVirus madness. F*ck The CoronaVirus Music Festival, which is planned for the end of this month will take place in Miami, FL.

City officials have gone ahead with a list of guidelines that the music festival must follow which includes allowing festival guests to bring in cocaine to snort.

Miami city officials are sure that cocaine will keep the virus from spreading and for extra precautions the music festival will have Lysol spray fog machines to be sprayed every 10 minutes.

A police tent will be on site to make sure that drugs being used at the festival are free from the CoronaVirus and encourage festival goers to visit their tent for a better and safer party experience. They’re even willing to offer hand cuffed rides for those interested.

Types of people you’ll mostly run into at EDM festivals

Over the years I’ve met, made friends and have crossed paths with many souls at EDM festivals. I am one to definitely notice everything around me and have admired others and their styles along with the types of people I normally encounter at these music festivals. With that said these are the types of people I normally notice at EDM festivals

The aspiring social media model:

They can normally be found in groups with cell phone in hand and wearing the latest from IHeartRaves. They strive on attention and their bestie getting the best angled photos to upload on IG. Watch out for the 10% off promo codes.

The chads:

These guys are known to be in groups and don’t care about your PLUR vibes. They´re mostly found at the main stage and at the trap/dubstep stage getting “bitches”. It´s believed these chads mosh to Trance music as well. They claim to be ravers, but have only know about the EDM scene for 6 or so months.

The undercover cop:

This one is dead obvious to spot. These type of people awkwardly stand alone or in a group that has no more than 3 people and generically dress the same with generic graphic tees, each wearing a pair of new $200 running shoes and oakley sunglasses. The bonus to the undercover cop outfit is either a pair of camo pants or jeans.

The Wook:

The friendliest and most accepting group of people you’ll come across. With words of experience and festival know how’s since all they’ve been doing for the past 3 years is traveling from fest to fest. Wooks are known for their matted hair and their obsession for pins and crystals. Dressed in the most laidback chilled outfits which is usually made by the homie.

Kandi Kids:

The most positive and uplifting group of people you can find at a festival with their hand made bead bracelets, masks, cuffs and perlers. These are the creative ones that take their passion to an art form. Always down to trade with whoever and always looking for a great time.

The Crafty Ones:

Pretty much anyone with a real cool skill from shufflers, people who poi, orbiters, glovers, hoopers…. These people take their craft seriously and try to make a name for themselves with a growing influence on social media. You’ll find these type of people pretty much everywhere.

The Techno/House Snobs:

Their taste in music is god and no one can do better. These people will look at a lineup and shit on 90% of the artists. These are the people you’ll never see at a EDM festival unless you like house/techno because they’re never leaving the tent.

Bass heads:

Known for guarding the rail at the front and giving the security a great workout for holding the rails while bass heads head gang. These bass heads will throw there necks at anything with a build up and bass drop.

Depending on what festivals you’ve been to the list may vary.

Tomorrowland Winter will offer discounts for 2021

With the cancellation of Tomorrowland Winter due to the CoronaVirus festival organizers decided to offer discounts. The festival was scheduled for March 14th through the 21st in Alpe d’Huez. 

A full refund is being offered. Tomorrowland have also shared that those who had purchased tickets to Tomorrowland Winter 2020 will have a first chance to buy tickets for the Winter festival in 2021, as well as a chance to buy tickets for the flagship Belgian festival in Summer 2021. Ticket holders can also expect to recieve a €50 voucher for the Tomorrowland merchandise store.

Carl Cox Megastructure Lineup announced for Ultra Music Festival & more

With less than a month to go Ultra Music festival has been busy dropping some big news which includes listing the main stage performing artists to a stacked megastructure lineup reveal.

Check the awesome teaser UMF posted below

UMF main stage artists

  • Above & Beyond 
  • Afrojack
  • Armin van Buuren
  • Dash Berlin
  • David Guetta
  • DJ Snake
  • Eric Prydz
  • Fedde Le Grand
  • FISHER
  • Frank Walker
  • J.worra
  • KSHMR Presents Dharma
  • Kygo
  • Laidback Luke
  • Major Lazer
  • Martin Garrix
  • Nicky Romero
  • Oliver Heldens
  • Tchami
  • Vini Vici

Keep in my that the full lineup is not out yet and other big names are missing.

Sunset Music Festival announces phase 1

Sunset Music Festival releases phase 1 of their 2020 edition. One of the most underrated festivals that brings it every year to the Tampa area already displaying some heavy hitters in phase 1.

Known for its dubstep and trap it seems techno and house DJ’s are definitely making a space of their own in Sunset Music Festival attracting names like Green Velvet, VNSSA, and Destructo. With phase 1 looking so good I can only imagine phase 2 being even better!