Review – BangOn!NYC Halloween’s Warehouse of Horrors


dsc_0272Another year and another Halloween. A night where everyone is dressed up as spooky characters, heroes or just their beautiful selves. A night where BangOn!NYC takes the cake when it comes to Halloween events. For it’s 7th annual year BangOn!NYC presented “Warehouse of Horrors” on Saturday, October 29 at a new Brooklyn Warehouse location.

Pulling up to the location it looked like a typical warehouse space, but when you walked inside, the space was transformed into an unreal atmosphere! On the main floor, you had two fully decorated stages in separate rooms and upstairs you had the silent disco. When you looked up to the silent disco you just saw these blue and green lights floating around as people danced to the tunes flowing through their ears. There were characters of all sorts as well – Woddy, Left Shark, Jafar, The Adams Family, Where’s Waldo, The Power Rangers, and of course a few dancing T-Rex. dsc_0449dsc_0459The lineup was diverse and only knowing a handful of names listed gave me the opportunity to experience some new artists. I caught the end of Big Wild and the beginning of PartyWave at the Boneyard Stage and it was the perfect vibe for halloween. Then going upstairs to the silent disco for a bit I caught Matt Sebastian vs. High Math. I definitely suggest to check out all of these talented artists. 14853108_1124197630997904_3261522542661078788_odsc_0323When you weren’t dancing to the music there were many other activities to keep you occupied. Other than grabbing a drink at the bar, you could get your scream on going through the haunted house, watch fire blowers light up the skull stage, get rolled towards 6 large blown up bowling pins, jump around in the bouncy house, get body painted with glow in the dark paint, watch a flesh-suspension show, eat some delicious food, take a group photo in the large golden frame or grab some condoms to bang on safely.dsc_0421

In addition to all of this, Myx TV partnered up with New York based 360i.Film to create exclusive VR and 360-degree video content experiences throughout “Warehouse of Horrors”, with exclusive on-stage and behind-the-scenes micro content. Coverage from “Warehouse of Horrors” was featured via the Myx TV network, website, and Myx TV’s YouTube, Facebook, and Snapchat channels during the event and you can find post footage of the event soon.

This Halloween was another success and we are ready for the next BangOn event. Keep an eye out for news about BangOn’s Thanksgiving Eve event.

~Michelle for EDMNYC



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