FreakNight returning home to Seattle means a lot of things. One of them?: Afterparties will be close by! We’ve compiled a list of a few unofficial parties. And who knows who might show up? Afterall, Halloween is about the treats too.
Solarstone at The Underground ($21+)
Trance fans don’t have many options to chose from at FreakNight this year; just three trance artists are scheduled to perform! Those left wanting more can get their fix at The Underground– located just a short walk away from the WaMu Theater. Pure trance icon Solarstone will be performing at a Halloween edition of The Sounds of Trance. With a venue capacity of about 200, you’ll have the chance to dance to this legend in one of the Emerald City’s more intimate environments.
Bass Therapy Halloween After-Party at STAGE (18+)
2AM – 6AM
Tickets: $15 (at the door only)
STAGE is opening doors to the younger crowd for a big Halloween party. Although the lineup remains a secret, the main room will be playing bass, trap, dub and more! Bass Therapy, one of the newer club nights in Seattle dedicated to the genre, is always a good time- serving as a terrific showcase for local talent, while bringing in heavy hitters like Riot Ten and AB the Thief. So come over and headbang a little longer after the lights come on at the Asylum!
Freaks and Beats: Unofficial FreakNight After-Party at Eden (18+ After 2AM)
10PM – 6AM
Tickets: $15 (at the door only) | $10 w/ FreakNight Ticket Stub
Located in an old engine factory in SoDo, Eden is one of the new kids on the block when it comes to Seattle clubs. With a lush interior, full bar, large dance floor and even an Italian restaurant (hello breakfast buffet at 2 AM), Eden will have you covered as local DJs play a mixture of hip-hop, house, bass and more! Keep your FreakNight costume looking fresh because there will be a costume contest as well- the winner receiving $200 and the runner-up, a dinner for 4!
Ciszak at the Monkey Loft (21+)
10PM – 5AM
Tickets: $20 (at the door only)
How about a Dirty Bird Halloween pre-funk? Hailing from South America, Ciszak caught the eye of Dirty Bird head honcho Claude van Stroke with his style of house music. So much so, it landed him a record deal! Come dance on the Monkey Loft’s famous rooftop patio as Ciszak, and local favorites, play the best in deep house, tech house, techno and more. Also happening: live body painting!
Stay tuned for any, and all, after party announcements!
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