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Supernatural Festival 2019: A Haunting Experience Awaits

Supernatural Festival 2019: A Haunting Experience Awaits

Brandoux LeRoux

October 7th, 2019

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The weather is finally beginning to cool, and the leaves are beginning to change. In other words, October has arrived, and as per usual Colorado is prepping for quite a busy month full of remarkably spooky events. One of these is one of the state’s biggest and most popular Halloween events, Supernatural Festival. The event is returning to the city of Denver on October 26th at the National Western Complex.

Supernatural Main Stage. As seen on: Global Dance Festival facebook page

After 2016, the team at Global Dance made a difficult decision. They laid to rest Denver’s previous annual Halloween event “Hallowfreaknween”. Hallowfreaknween was once one of Denver’s largest Halloween celebrations. The event had been one of their longest running electronic music events in Colorado. Going strong for an impressive 20 years, it was time for a change. As 2017 came along, it was the dawn of a new era. Supernatural emerged to take its place as the cities new largest Halloween dance festival. The Global Dance team’s reputation for throwing some seriously killer Halloween parties precedes them. You’re certainly not going to want to miss out on this one.

Photo credit: Badastronaut photography

Before this, previous renditions of Supernatural Festival have been known for bringing the heat with some of the biggest stars in EDM. Some of the artists included Alesso, Kaskade, Boombox Cartel, Audien, BTSM, Infected Mushroom, Gareth Emery, Ferry Corsten, & Ben Nicky . The spine-chilling lineup for the 2019 edition is proving that this year is already shaping up to be no exception.

Supernatural Line Up to Please All

In fact, this year in the Supernatural Arena we can expect to dance the night away to the sounds of Deorro. In addition to this, Trance music duo Gabriel & Dresden, and dance music superstar KSHMR are set to take stage. With a highly anticipated headlining DJ set from the one and only Porter Robinson, the line up just keeps getting better and better. The Game of Thrones actor/DJ Kristian Nairn himself will also be making an appearance as well.

Of course a Halloween event in the Bass Capital wouldn’t be complete without some heavy hitting bass music. Over in the Superbass Hall we can expect things to heat up. Superbass Hall will be bumping all night, with performances by Bandlez, Dodge & Fuski, Megalodon, and Dion Timmer, along with a special B2B set featuring Barely Alive and Virtual Riot.

Supernatural Festival 2019
Photo credit: Jaybird Photography

Global Dance has recently made another addition to the already stacked lineup. In particular, they announced that Thrill Seekers, RAM, and German Trance sensation Roger Shah will be bringing the Trance vibes to the Dreamspace stage. Accompanying them for the ghoulish occasion are local stars Theoh and Adam Stark, with the locally revered Denver Trance Family. In addition, along with the Dreamspace stage, we can expect some of best local DJs to keep the party going. They will be playing on the newly announced Afterlife Pass and Spider Cave stages. This brings us to a total of 5 stages of pure bloodcurdling beats.

Supernatural Festival 2019


If you’re still unsure about how you’ll celebrate the Halloween season, this year we suggest you make plans to get your freak on in style, with Global Dance family at the National Western Complex this October 26th. So all you witches and werewolves, ghosts and vampires, mummies and goblins, be sure to grab those tickets while you can. Prep those costumes, and prepare for a night full of fantastically spooky tricks and treats. Expect the unexpected and join us as we dive headfirst into the world of Supernatural Festival 2019.

Link to purchase tickets HERE

Full lineup below:

Supernatural Festival 2019

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