Electric Sloth Heads to Houston for Something Wicked 2015 Garrett GomezMonday, October 19, 2015Bass MusicCultureDeep HouseEvent CoverageEventsHouseProgressive HouseUpcoming Events0 Comments The Sam Houston Race Park is going to be home to Something Wicked this year, literally. Disco Donnie Presents and Nightculture are aiming for some ghoulish fun this October 24th and 25th in Houston, TX. and Electric Sloth will be heading down for some spine-tingling good times. According to Disco Donnie, this year’s Something Wicked will be “coupled with the prominence of the artist lineup” and the “Sam Houston Race Park will be transformed into a mysterious and magical Halloween landscape complete with winning stage production, costumed performers, a Beatport stage, plus other newly-developed Halloween-inspired attractions to surprise our fans”. Something Wicked is the largest Halloween-themed dance music festival in Texas, and a diverse spread of acts will perform over the two days. The versatile line-up includes a myriad of artists, but the headliners are: Above & Beyond and DJ Snake in the Saturday night slots, while Jack Ü, and Steve Aoki will close out the weekend on Sunday night. The Something Wicked lineup will also include artists such as Tchami, Cash Cash, Seven Lions, and TJR. Along with these amazing artists and plenty of others, Something Wicked will host Drumcode’s very own Adam Beyer, Ida Engberg, and Green Velvet at the Beatport-powered stage. Joining them will be a whole host of beat specters including Borgore, Claptone, Destructo, The Chainsmokers and many others across multiple stages. Even more importantly, Disco Donnie is teaming up with Unite4:Good and will be announcing on-site activities for various local charities. Unite4:Good bridges the digital world with real-world action by uniting individuals, brands, non-profit organizations, thought leaders, and influencers in a common goal of creating kindness and social good. Something Wicked is just around the corner and will surely be a treat we’ll never forget for many Halloweens to come. We know we’ll have a “spook-tacular” time at the Sam Houston Race Park this year, we hope to see you there.