Something Wicked is bursting with talent this year, with performances slated from 35+ international DJs. We can hardly believe how we’ve got some of the biggest acts in the world to fly out to Houston and grace our decks with their world-class tunes. At our sixth annual spooky celebration, we’re welcoming dancers into The Asylum with three curated stages for incredible day-to-night sets that’ll be nothing short of Wicked good! Explore the grounds of The Asylum from booming beats at Bass Crypt, saucy sounds in the Shadowlands, and the magical vibes of Mystic Meadows. Buy tickets now!
Magical Melodies at Mystic Meadows
For the perfect All Hallow’s Eve weekend, make your way to Mystic Meadows featuring a slew of artists ranging from industry trailblazers to some of the youngest producers on this year’s lineup. The first day is filled with house and techno heavy-hitters, kicking off with Charles Meyer, a New York-based musical influencer who curates some of the most unique underground lineups Brooklyn has seen to date. Next up is Dillon Nathaniel’s notorious sonic manipulations, followed by some much-needed Chicagoan electro-pop by Win + Woo. The sun may begin to set with Zaxx, who’s spun at more nightclubs than he can legally enter!
Later in the afternoon, blast into the future with K?D, and then throw on your LED glasses to match the style of mau5trap’s leading lady, Rezz. The evening finishes off with the mysterious Tchami collaborator, Malaa, followed by the innovative Dirtybird label head himself, Claude VonStroke, for some booty-dropping house and tech house tunes.
Day two serves as a journey under the umbrella of trance. Start off the afternoon with Ambition, a Houston local 18 years into his craft, followed by Spencer Brown, who released his debut EP on Above & Beyond’s Anjunabeats label earlier this year. You’ll then travel through the stars in space with one of trance’s founding fathers, Solarstone, and one of Germany’s most famous electronic duos Cosmic Gate, followed by Aly & Fila, bringing tracks with them all the way from Egypt. The evening ends with the highly anticipated, psychedelic touch of Vini Vici, who are sure to throw you for a loop.