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‘Freaky Deaky’ Halloween 2015 Moves To 30,000 Capacity Venue In Chicago


If you’re looking for a crazy fun way to spend your Halloween weekend this year, look no farther than Freaky Deaky: Chicago’s annual Halloween electronic festival!

Hosted by React Presents, (Spring Awakening, Summer Set Music Festival, and North Coast Music Festival) Freaky Deaky has now moved to a bigger venues to accommodate what will surely be a massive crowd.Freaky Deaky EDM in Stereo

The festival will be moved from the Aragon Ballroom to 30,000-capacity Toyota Park in the southwest suburb of Bridgeview, about 12 miles outside of Chicago. The event has expanded to three stages, 75 artists, and three days (October 30 to November 1). Freaky Deaky is being billed as “the largest Halloween event in the Midwest”.

Entering its seventh year, Freaky Deaky’s lineup will not disappoint! The festival is largely electronic, with headliners like Armin van Buuren, Bassnectar, Pretty Lights, Benny Benassi, Oliver Heldens, Big Gigantic, Carnage, and more. There will also be a special back-to-back set from Cash Cash and Tritonal on their combined “Untouchable” tour!

There is a strong hip-hop presence at Freaky Deaky, represented by 2 Chainz, Mac Miller, Action Bronson, Logic, Joey Bada$$, Goldlink, among others.

The festival will also feature carnival rides, games, haunted houses, and graveyards. An estimated 75,000 dancing music lovers will converge this Halloween in Chicago for this event. No doubt, Freaky Deaky 2015 will be a must-see event of the fall!

Tickets are available with prices at $159 plus fees for a three day GA wristband. After parties have yet to be announced, but you can be one of the first to know if you sign up for text message alerts at React Presents.

For more, check out Freaky Deaky Halloween.

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