Warehouse of Horrors was a HIT!

November 5, 2019 -

Damask Schantz

The Warehouse of Horrors presented by BangOn!NYC brought the fun-filled party vibe that took place from Friday night until the sun came up on Sunday morning.

The weekend of horror kicked off strong by the lovely Beat Kitty who showcased her forthcoming EP for the city of New York. She played her set between two Egyptian cats, which were fitting decorations. Other notable sets were The Glitch Mob and Ekali on Friday, and The Librarian and Justin Martin on Saturday. To close each night the H<3art Beats NYC crew shut it down proper with residents, Full Force and Cryostatik.


Photo by Jamie Panico Photography

The Knockdown Center was the perfect location for this multi-genre event. A smaller room was dedicated to airy vibes and boasted a private bar. Next to the grand room, you can find a dungeon style room and a few spooky installations including a short movie portraying the horrors of the bubonic plague.


Photo by Jamie Panico Photography

Finally, we have to highlight the H<3art Beats team that closed down the silent disco both nights. Full Force kept the party pumping till 5 am on Friday night with dope, bass house beats. Finally, the weekend's last tunes were played by Cryostaik to end the fun-filled Halloween party.


Photo by Jamie Panico Photography


Next up for BangOn! is their annual New Year's Eve party- get your tickets here!

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