In The City Magazine’s Halloween Week of Shrieks: The Haunting

The Rainbow Warehouse presents the Midlands’ biggest Halloween party this weekend, guaranteeing plenty of screams over 10 hours of non-stop dancing and partying!

Hosted across four separate venues, The Haunting is set to return to Birmingham for a fright-tastic party that will stretch long past the witching hour. On Saturday 29th October (the last Saturday before Halloween), ghouls and goblins alike will come together to enjoy the likes of Wilkinson (featuring Ad-Apt), DJ Target, The Heatwave, Lee Walker, Toucan and many more spinning some of the best records from around the planet (and a few that aren’t!).

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Held at The Rainbow Venues, the event will make use of The Arena, The Warehouse, The Blackbox and The Roof Terrace for a massive mixture of styles and environs that provide four entirely unique but interconnected events. There’s no denying that Birmingham has got some of the best promoters in the business, so rather than have them battle it out Warriors-style around the city, The Haunting will see the best of Birmingham come together to offer the absolute pinnacle of partying.

Theatrical, twisted and more than a little bit mad, The Haunting is one party that you can’t afford to miss this Halloween, with plenty of talent proving that Birmingham knows its way around the dark arts. Among the spooktacular attractions at this year’s Haunting event are a haunted circus, featuring black magic, voodoo witchcraft and over 50 actors, acrobats & performers.

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Kicking off at 6pm, last entry to this illustrious event is at 9pm, with the event running right the way up until 4am – perfect for those sunlight averse boys and ghouls. Transformed just for the event, The Haunting has a long history of success in Birmingham and has sold out every previous year it has run for the past decade plus – so get your tickets soon!

Tickets are on sale are available online – www.therainbowvenues.co.uk

Rich Hobson

Editor-At-Large

Head writer @ In The City Magazine, obsessive music, film and events fanatic.

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