Halloween Hysteria 2019



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Double, double, toil and trouble—Halloween Hysteria is BACK for 2019! Rock fans: you’re in for a duplication of diabolical mayhem! This year’s Halloween Hysteria has multiplied like the walking dead; this year the full rock regalia will be laid out over TWO MASSIVE NIGHTS in the BNE: Friday, 25th of October and Saturday, 26th of October at The Valley Drive In and The Brightside. ?TICKETS ON SALE TUESDAY 16TH JULY 2019 at Eventbrite Hysteria Mag and Young Henrys Presents HALLOWEEN HYSTERIA 2019 FRI 25th OCTOBER 2019 Dead Letter Circus Justice For The Damned Deadlights RedHook Honest Crooks DREGG The Stranger The Gloom In The Corner Wraith CRAVE DEATH plus more to be announced SAT 26th OCTOBER 2019 Cosmic Psychos Nekromantix (Denmark/US) The Porkers Ruins Jetboys (Japan) Hollow World Hadal Maw Flangipanis Freedom of Fear Something Something Explosion The Cutaways Degeneratum Piston Fist Speedlab plus more to be announced LIMITED TICKETS—THIS EVENT WILL NOT BE OVER-SOLD. THE HEADLINERS: Local legends DEAD LETTER CIRCUS have been serving up their psychedelic alt rock since 2004 with dense and tripped out tunes that rush and latch on to your cannabinoid receptors. They’ll be playing cuts from 2018’s Dead Letter Circus album as well as tracks from their previous three records, all hitting #2 on the ARIA Album Chart. They’re not just a band—they’re a complete experience! Where you been, mate? COSMIC PSYCHOS are bloody pub-punk legends, by crikey. They’ve been tearing up watering holes and iron-clad shacks since ‘84, touring with dead set rock royalty such as Mudhoney, Nirvana, L7, Helmet and Motörhead. Hit with a stick of NQR suburban horror and piling on a whole mess of heavy riffs, Cosmic Psychos will have everyone rockin’. Grab a beer, get stuck in. 2018: “Kudos Halloween Hysteria—you made some big promises and unanimously delivered.” Scenestr.com.au “One of Brisbane’s top eight Halloween events 2018.” StyleMagazine.com.au “It’s always fun to witness controlled, well, somewhat controlled chaos in motion and Halloween Hysteria 2018 delivered just that. If you weren’t there you missed out. Do yourself a favour and mark it on the calendar for 2019, you won’t regret it!” Heavy Mag “Halloween Hysteria was one of the best rock ‘n’ roll festivals to hit Brisbane. Yeah, we’re biased. We’re also telling the truth.” Well, er, ourselves Come dressed for Halloween and we’ll see you in the spooky pit!