Something Wicked: The Asylum Halloween Weekend Saturday, Oct. 28 & Sunday, Oct. 29, 2017 Sam Houston Race Park, Houston, TX

Disco Donnie Presents Announces

Above & Beyond, Marshmello, Tiësto + Full Lineup For

Something Wicked:

The Asylum

Halloween Weekend

 Saturday, Oct. 28 & Sunday, Oct. 29, 2017

Sam Houston Race Park, Houston, TX

In the eerie spirit of Halloween, we’re spending this Friday the13th gearing up for our most anticipated event in the bayou as Something Wicked Festival takes over Houston, TX October 28 and 29 with two days of spine-tingling performances from today’s most sinister beat selectors. I’m checking in to hear about your Halloween plans and if you’re working on any themed or event features, we hope you will include SWF. As DJ Mag says,”This year, the festival is adopting a twisted theme, The Asylum, so expect some demented doctors and wicked witches terrorizing the dance floor!”

Disco Donnie Presents has constructed a most wicked line up for this year’s 6th annual Something Wicked Festival along with a new theme: The Asylum. This year’s festival will have you spooked from all three stages featuring the SHADOWLANDS STAGE, BASS CRYPT STAGE, and MYSTIC MEADOWS STAGE- each stage featuring artists that are sure to bring out your darkest side.


Hop on your broomsticks and fly into the mystic sounds at the SHADOWLANDS STAGE featuring headliners such as Marshmello and Above & Beyond. Dig yourself six feet under at the BASS CRYPT STAGE and start howling under the moonlight to artists such as Borgeous and Hippie Sabotage. If that isn’t enough to get your skin crawling, lurk into the shadows of the BASS CRYPT STAGE to be put under a spell by artists such as Rezz, Malaa, and Claude VonStroke – and if this Day 1 lineup doesn’t scare you away, Day 2 features even more bloodcurdling acts such as TIËSTO, ZEDS DEAD, RL GRIME and many more!

Don’t wait until you have been admitted into The Asylum to get your fix, you can stream the festival’s Spotify playlist

Stream Something Wicked on Spotify!


Lexis Hughes, FestPop Staff Writer

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