Back in Black Halloween Rave Returns to Midtown Miami With Dirty South and Others

Last Halloween weekend, Midtown Miami played ghost host to the "largest dance music costume party in the U.S.," transforming a 70,000 square-foot arena into a maddening scene of titties, booze, and bass-fueled mayhem.

It was a sold-out event for Go Big Productions, topped by headliners like Swedish House Mafia's Sebastian Ingrosso, Erick Morillo, and Bob Sinclar.

This year, Back in Black returns with more bass, more madness, and even more square footage.

See also:

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

The event, still taking place at Midtown Miami, will now occupy a 100,000-square-foot super-space, jam-packed with costumed dancers, creepy performers, crazy effects, and scream-worthy EDM talent.

We're still waiting on the official lineup. But a press release from Dirty South's management confirms the Australian house DJ's involvement, as part of his current City of Dreams tour.

Of course, though, Go Big is the same outfit behind this December's UR1 Festival with Kanye West, Lou Reed, and tons of others. So you know the rest of the Back in Black bill should be pretty rad.

So far, tickets aren't on sale. But you should start planning group costumes now.

Oh, and we here at Crossfade are totally dressing up like the undead Swedish House Mafia? Dibs, bro.

Back In Black 2012. Saturday, October 27. Midtown Miami, Northwest 36th St., Miami. Tickets via wantickets.com. Call 305-507-8366 or visit alwaysgobig.com.

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