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Freaky Deaky 2017: Bassnectar, Ganja White Night and More Play a Sold Out Show

Night Two of Freaky Deaky was all the buzz weeks leading up to the event. With funk-soul driven Artifakts, bass music up and comer Bleep Bloop, Skrillex protégé Mija, the monstrous duo of Ganja White Night and the legend himself Bassnectar to grace the stage. Eager fans got to the doors early, lined-up waiting for the prestigious front row rail spot. Artifakts: First to hit the stage at 8:00pm is Artifakts, the hometown All Good Records signee. Having joined forces with electro-funk artist Griz this past year, Milwaukee born musician has been someone…

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Freaky Deaky 2017: Dillon Francis, What So Not and Parker Brings Bass, Theatrics and Showmanship

Freaky Deaky 2017 returns as a multi-city takeover. React Presents is thrilled to expand the longstanding party series and bring the fun to fans across the Midwest. The Aragon Ballroom hosted Dillon Francis, What So Not and opener Parker. Aussie producer What So Not (Chris Emerson) played to a much more compact crowd.  He churned out some of his biggest hits including “High You Are,” “Better,” and “Gemini.”  The sea of costumed party animals got their holiday dance on to a solid set.  Had the show ended with just this set, it…

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Photos: Freaky Deaky 2017 Kayzo X Doghouse Takeover Concord Music Hall

FREAKY DEAKY 2017 returns as a multi-city takeover. React Presents is thrilled to expand the longstanding party series and bring the fun to fans across the Midwest. Concord Music Hall hosted Kayzo X Doghouse for a night memories. Here is why you should never miss another show. Photos by Corey Kaneko

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Freaky Deaky 2016 was the ultimate way to spend Halloween

Festival goers in their best homemade or store-bought costumes made Freaky Deaky their ultimate Halloween playground. The three stages, The Shrine, The Big Top, and The Crypt stage were perfectly crafted to capture the eerie Halloween feeling.  That feeling paired with incredible performances from a stacked lineup during the three-day weekend. Day 1 The first day saw early support from local electronic duo The Trap House and San Holo. Naming a few, the first day saw a strong start to an even more powerful finish. The comedian turned rapper Lil Dicky…

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Freaky Deaky

Photos by: Jesus Pizano ​Unpredictable weather, but that didn’t stop festival goers from attending Freaky Deaky this past Halloween weekend. The three day festival was plagued with some artist not being able to attend due the weather or other issues. Toyota Park in Bridgeview turned the parking lot into a carnival with 2 main stages The Big Top and The Shrine with a smaller stage The Crypt which included Trance Arena, Beatport, and Underground Stage. The concert goers still came out with full Halloween costumes even in the 55 degree…

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