Feel the Fright at CityFox Halloween Festival in New York

Oct 28, 2021

Alexander Dias

2 min read

The CityFox Halloween Festival returns to Brooklyn's adored venue, Avant Gardner this Friday and Saturday. The long-anticipated Halloween spectacular is CityFox's first Halloween event since 2019 and promises to be their largest and most enchanting to date. The spine-chilling lineup features an array of house and techno’s top talent and most electrifying rising stars over two ghastly nights of tricks and treats.

Zurich-born, Brooklyn-based CityFox is one of the most lauded event producers in the game. Their combination of underground sensibilities and intense attention to detail is the driving force behind events that seduce the spirit and tantalize the senses. Their transformation of a gritty industrial space in East Williamsburg into the award-winning Brooklyn Mirage is a testament to their ability to build mesmerizing worlds to explore. 

Now in it its third year, the festival will undoubtedly be a feast for the senses. Combining larger-than-life deco, state-of-the-art sound, and—of course—fire for an unforgettable return to Halloween celebrations.

CityFox's reputation for expert curation is well documented. Each event always combines the best established and emerging talent for a journey through the wide breadth of dance music. This year revelers will enjoy the sounds of legendary acts like British progressive pioneer John Digweed, architects of Detroit techno Carl Craig and Kevin Saunderson, and GRAMMY Award-winning minimal techno hero Dubfire.

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Also slated to perform are Drumcode mainstay and passionate advocate for social justice Ida Engberg, Billboard chart-topping Brazillian artist Vintage Culture, and Afterlife regulars Fideles, Innellea, Mathame, and Stephen Jolk. West African-born, Brooklyn-based AMEME will bring his scintillating afro-inspired electronic beats. And Cassian who mixed RÜFÜS DU SOL's albums Bloom and Solace will draw from his diverse sonic palate for a rousing set.

CityFox core artist Juston Marchaco has been teasing the live version of his emotive melodic techno via Instagram. German artist and Innervisions mainstay Recondite’s slant towards the dark and eerie will provide the perfect atmosphere for a Halloween performance. And the Copenhagen experimental pop trio WhoMadeWho will undoubtedly bring a fresh and unexpected vibe to CityFox.

CityFox Halloween promises to be a memorable and historic return to form for CityFox, an organization that has quickly become a fan favorite and an example of how to elevate the underground.

Limited tickets are still available for CityFox Halloween Festival here

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