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!

Camp Bisco release stellar lineup

With a lot of news in the EDM world casting over the CoronaVirus we wanted to take a break from all that negativity and tell you guys that Camp Bisco released the lineup for its 2020 edition

Camp Bisco lineup

It’s a time where bass heads and fellow jam band fans get together and vibe out all weekend.

Tier 2 Early Bird Tickets and camping passes for Camp Bisco 2020 will be available starting March 6 at 12PM EST on their website

EDCLV Posts full lineup

There is no need to further speculate now that the EDCLV lineup is officially out for all to see. Who are you wanting to see the most on here? What’s your favorite day out of all 3 days? What stage will you be camping out at or are you one wander off?

EDCLV 2020 lineup

On another note stay safe fam and bring clothes for all weather occasions since the Nevada desert can be very unpredictable

The benefits of attending a music festival alone

I’m no stranger when it comes to going alone to music events… I do have friends and at times feel bad for selling them out, but I’ve discovered that when going alone you can accomplish so much. The idea of going alone especially to a music festival may seem overwhelming at first, but as a veteran to the rave scene, I’ll say it now….you’re never alone.

Experiencing it alone

I’m not here to tell you to ditch your squad, but if you think about it have you walked off on your own to go explore the festival grounds and catch a set others weren’t as interested in seeing?

When you’re alone there’s no commitments and you’re free to do whatever whenever. People complain about festival sets conflicting with one another but never think about the inner group conflicting set times and always having one or more people never wanting the group to separate. Going alone definitely helps avoid that drama lol.

In conclusion

Facebook EDM groups have been a major factor in making this experience fun for me and setting up meet ups with other ravers. I’ve met many awesome people along the way and cherish all the awesome memories throughout the years. I fully recommend trying to go alone at least once and experience it for yourself.