Back in Black Halloween Lineup: Dirty South, Paul Van Dyk, Funkagenda, Crystal Method

Scream, beat freaks.

The official lineup for Go Big Productions' ultra-sexy Halloween costume party Back in Black was just announced. And Saturday, October 27, is shaping up to be a terrifyingly awesome night of uhntz-uhntz.

As we here at Crossfade mentioned earlier this week, Dirty South will be heading up the whole thing. But now we can all look forward to sets from Paul Van Dyk, Funkagenda, Crystal Method, LA Riots, and Electrik Dread with Kevens.

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It's fair to say this lineup definitely features something for everyone. Matching classic DJs like Paul Van Dyk and Crystal Method with newer names who know how to pack a punch. An array of genres is represented, bringing everything from trance, electro house, progressive, breaks, techno, and more.

Don't forget that everyone will be getting Halloween freaky on 100,000 square feet at the center of Midtown Miami. It's "the largest dance music costume event in the U.S.," after all. And Go Big Productions will be pulling out all the spooky stops for a third year in a row.

Another bonus ... This event is 21 and up. So no worries whether that scantily clad vampire is legal or not. Feel free to get your Monster Mash on.

Back In Black 2012. Saturday, October 27. Midtown Miami, Northwest 36th St., Miami. The party starts at 2 p.m. and tickets via wantickets.com. Ages 21 and up. Call 305-507-8366 or visit alwaysgobig.com.

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