DISCO LINES HEADLINES THIRD-ANNUAL
FREAK THE BEAT AT FERGUSONS DOWNTOWN, OCT. 27
Tickets to We The Beat’s biggest Halloween party
on sale online this Friday, Aug. 18 at 10 a.m. PST
No one gets freaky quite like We The Beat. Las Vegas’ hottest Halloween party Freak The Beat returns to Fergusons Downtown on Friday, Oct. 27 with viral up-and-comer Disco Lines on the decks. Featuring support from Angrybaby and local hitters Halftime Hooper, Alex Parra and BENJO, the third installment of Freak The Beat is gearing up to be the biggest one yet.
The Fergusons Downtown outdoor concert space will transform into a spooky Halloween party destination with plenty of ‘TECHNO + TEQUILA’ featuring boo-zy bar setups, light bites courtesy of Peyote and VIP viewing options to help you get your freak on. Concertgoers are encouraged to come dressed up to get down in their finest Halloween costumes for a chance to win the annual costume contest. Tickets for Freak The Beat with Disco Lines are available online at 10 a.m. PST on Friday, Aug. 18, with GA starting at $30 and VIP available for $50.
About Disco Lines
Friday, Oct. 27 | Doors: 7 p.m.
Thadeus Labuszewski, better known as Disco Lines, is one of electronic music’s most promising rising stars.
Best known for his viral hits like Baby Girl and TECHNO + TEQUILA, the EDM prodigy has amassed a massive following across the globe, garnering critical acclaim from the likes of Loud Luxury, Zedd, Gryffin and Tchami. Refusing to be defined by one, single genre, his independently released tracks transcend across techno, house, disco and pop and have led him to take over the recent festival circuit, including securing a highly coveted spot on the DoLab stage at Coachella earlier this year. However, Labuszewski connects best with his fans through his contagious laugh, larger than life personality and riotous social content which has amassed billions of views.
About We The Beat
We The Beat is a Las Vegas- based collective pushing the boundaries of music discovery and concert production. With a new wave take on the counterculture movement of the 50s Beat Generation, We The Beat strives to promote the exploration of the new and uncharted while blurring the lines between pop and underground culture. For weekly industry news, playlists, streaming charts and spotlights on hot artists you should know, sign up for the We The Beat weekly newsletter online. For more information, visit wethebeat.com, and follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.