Swedish House Mafia's Sebastian Ingrosso Announces Halloween Costume Party in Miami

Every weekend, you finish work, catch dinner and drinks with friends, catch some more drinks, and maybe some pills at the club ... And before you know it, you're waking up Sunday morning (uh, afternoon) and you're passed out under a car.

On Halloween, it's pretty much the same deal, except you're in costume. And since you'll undoubtedly need a soundtrack for your balls-to-the-wall Halloween weekend orgy, look no further than the fist-pumping, pro-pookie party music of Swedish House Mafia.

It's a good thing that Sebastian Ingrosso, one third of the increasingly acclaimed techno-house production team, will have a hand in Go Big Productions' annual Halloween party, Back In Black.

The party declares itself to be "the largest dance music costume event in the U.S.," and it's organizers are even in the midst of building their own creepy Coliseum: the Scope Art Arena (future home to the Scope Art Fair, a Midtown Art Basel satellite), which also hosted last year's Halloween edition of SHM's Masquerade Motel Miami. Th 2011 version of the venue will include a 70,000-square-foot multilevel arena, 100 VIP tables, private lounges, three stories of LED lights, 26 bars, and a staff of 200-plus.

With such lavish, imperial resources at his disposal, there's no doubt that Ingrosso -- alongside Erick "I Like To Move It" Morillo and French house mafioso Bob Sinclar -- will make this the biggest and sluttiest Halloween ever.

Back In Black featuring Seabastian Ingrosso, Erick Morillo, and Bob Sinclar. Saturday, October 29. Scope Art Arena, 3055 N. Miami Ave., Miami. Tickets cost $99 to $129 plus fees via wantickets.com. For VIP Table information, contact VIP@alwaysgobig.com.

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