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Kaskade & NGHTMRE Return to NOLA For ‘Fright Night’ Halloween At Metro

The Metropolitan announced the headliners, Kaskade and NGHTMRE, for Fright Night on Halloween weekend. Tickets are available now.


One of New Orleans’ premiere dance clubs, the metropolitan, just announced the headliners for their annual fright night celebration. In the past, this yearly Halloween celebration has brought icons like Diplo and Porter Robinson to the Big Easy. This year, both house and bass lovers can rejoice in the lineup selections.

In the first round of lineup announcements, Kaskade, NGHTMRE, and Trivecta have been announced. The two-day showcase fills up what was looking like a sparse Halloween weekend now that Voodoo Festival isn’t happening this year.

West Coast house mogul Kaskade takes on the Metropolitan Nightclub on Friday, October 28. A titan of the industry, he’s played between 150 – 200 headlining shows every year for the last decade. His chart-topping albums Fire & Ice (2011) and Atmosphere (2013) made the progressive house producer a household name. This year his collaborative project with deadmau5, Kx5, released the number one most-played song on US Dance Radio this year, “Escape.”

On Saturday, NGHTMRE and Trivecta sit atop the bill. Also hailing from the west coast, NGHTMRE is known for its seamless blend of trap and future bass. His 2016 self-titled EP made it onto Billboard’s Top Dance/Electronic Albums chart. Future collaborations with Flux Pavillion, Dillon Francis, and Diplo’s Mad Decent label put him at the forefront of bass-heavy trap music. Supporting the Saturday bill is Trivecta, a Florida-based producer with a self-described goal of “making dubstep beautiful again.”

More artists are still to be announced for the Metro’s haunted Halloween. Fans can celebrate Fright Night at the Metropolitan with both single and two-day tickets, available now.

fright night lineup poster


Fright Night 2022 | October 28 – 29 | The Metropolitan

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