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Relentless Beats Will Bring Knife Party and More For October Costume Ball at Rawhide

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Not trying to scare you. That's just the name of Relentless Beats' freshly announced party, which will bring the likes of Knife Party, Excision, Snails, NGHTMRE, Ghastly, G Jones, Wuki, and others to Rawhide in Chandler on Saturday, October 15.

The festival is put on by Relentless Beats and Insomniac Events.

"The whole team is very excited to bring a fresh Insomniac brand to Arizona for Halloween," says Ryan Auhl of Relentless Beats. "This year’s lineup is killer, and we’re overwhelmed with the response so far."

BOO! started in New York in 2013 and takes place in San Francisco, Dallas, and now for the first time, Phoenix.

Tickets are $63, but you can grab early-bird tickets for $28. To get the discounted tickets, use the password "FRIGHTNITE" at www.relentlessbeats.com on Wednesday, July 27, at 10 a.m.. General admission tickets go on sale on Friday, July 29, at 10 a.m. VIP tickets will cost you $99 each.

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