Halloween is quickly approaching, which means the scurry to find last minute plans is at an all-time high. Lucky for us music lovers though, the industry is forever supplying us with endless possibilities and options for what to do! Even luckier for you, though, is that I've complied a list of what major music festivals are going on across the US this year. Whether you're in Miami, Florida or Seattle, Washington, there are plans for you!
Check out your 2016 Halloween music festival options below and let us know in the comments where you're headed this weekend!
Tickets: $79 (single day) to $165 (3-day GA). VIP is sold-out on their ticketing website.
Tickets are unfortunately sold out on Escape's website. However, are still available on the secondary ticketing market (StubHub, Craigslist, Facebook event pages).
Tickets: $105 (single day) to $279 (3-day GA). VIP is currently sold out.
Tickets: Single day tickets run between $69 and $75 depending on the day. 3-day GA tickets are $179 with potential to reach $199.
Tickets: Single day passes are available on Ticketfly for $50 for GA and $75 for VIP. 2-day tickets are $90 for GA and $140 for VIP.
Tickets: All tickets are GA floor and are available for $204 + fees on Ticketmaster.
Tickets: Tickets for this event are almost entirely sold out, including on the secondary market. Stubhub has a few remaining tickets, which start at $250 for the 2-day passes.
Tickets: GA tickets are $99 for single day passes and $169 for 2-day. VIP will cost you $139 for a single day ticket and $239 for a 2-day pass.
Tickets: Single day passes run $60 (GA) to $85 (VIP). 2-day passes run $115 (GA) to $150 (VIP)
Tickets: GA tickets for this event are $40 for single day and $75 for 2-day. VIP passes cost $ 75 for single day and $140 for 2-day.
Kalamazoo Tickets: $50 GA and $75 VIP. This is a single day event on October 28th.
Columbus Tickets: Friday tickets are $70 for GA and $110 for VIP. Saturday tickets are $40 for GA and $70 for VIP.