(Toronto) – Pouring rain and eventually snow wasn’t enough to stop hundreds of partygoers from dressing up in their spookiest, funniest, most outrageous costumes and huddling together in tents gathering whatever body heat they could to enjoy some premium bass music courtesy of a top-notch lineup including the bass music duo Dirtyphonics, techno and house music icon Deko-ze, Rusko (who also displayed some exquisite dance moves), Toronto’s own Hunter Siegel and the legendary Andy C as well as the best local talent around.
The Ninja Turtles and Dragons had plenty to headbang and shuffle to.
Not only did this Halloween event offer a perfect mix of genres, but it also offered more than just music. Freakout Halloween held at 401 Mini-Indy included a food truck with delicious burgers, poutine and more, an Indy-themed, glow-in-the-dark mini put and an indoor go-karting course that people could enjoy all night. Not only did this offer more forms of entertainment for the crowd, but it also offered a fun way to step out of the cold to do something in some real warmth.