Proud Mary's announce huge House Of Voodoo Halloween lineup

Proud Mary's announce huge House Of Voodoo Halloween lineup

Featuring Cloud Control, Kilter, Remi and more.

This year's Halloween party options are coming thick and fast, and if you're on the Central Coast for the spoooookiest weekend of the year, Proud Mary's and Sounds Like A Nice Time have just announced one seriously epic soirée. Deep in the speakeasy on the banks of Brisbane water, Proud Mary's will be transformed into a haunted voodo land where music genres know no bounds, and some of Australia's finest indie and electronic acts will grace over five stages from 12pm:

Cloud Control have been somewhat quiet since the peaceful departure of original bandmember and bassist, Jeremy Kelshaw early last year, but earlier this year they announced they've been working on a swag of new tunes which you can no doubt expect this coming October 29. Joining them will be a who's who of the Aussie electronic scene, including Elk Road (who just released a huge new single with Natalie Foster); Kilter (currently touring the country celebrating an equally large single in They Don't Know Us); Remi (soon-to-be-celebrating a new album); wonky electronic king Yahtzel; WA bass lords Command Q; and heaps more.

Click the poster below to nab yourself a cheap-as-chips $20 ticket now, and start prepping that halloween costume:

house of voodoo full poster

Go to the Facebook event HERE.

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