Something Wicked: Huge EDM Show October 27 at Sam Houston Race Park

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It was just a matter of time before a huge dance-music festival landed in the Houston area. Now it has, just in time for Halloween.

Thursday night, promoters Disco Donnie and Nightculture announced Something Wicked, billed as the "first-ever Halloween Electronic Music Festival."

Scheduled to appear are Tiesto, a DJ set by Nero (just like the recent Identity Festival), Flux Pavilion, Zedd, Danny Avila, Deorro, Jack Beats, Killsonik, Le Castle Vania, Modestep, Tritonal and TYDI, W&W and Zomboy.

And more -- that's just a taste, according to the Facebook event post. Early bird tickets go on sale today (Friday) at 10 a.m. at www.somethingwickedfestival.com.

The festival already has a Twitter page (@SmthngWicked), and only 33 followers. (That won't last.) You'll be hearing a lot more about Something Wicked in the weeks to come, Rocks Off is almost certain.

Costumes are encouraged, in case you even had to ask.

Follow Rocks Off on Facebook and on Twitter at @HPRocksOff.

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