City Slang: ICP to broadcast Hallowicked show via internet pay-per-view



The Insane Clown Posse has announced that it will broadcast the 18th annual Hallowicked show live and online on Halloween night, along with one Dark Lotus show from Rochester, NY, on October 27. Both shows are available for purchase here.

According to a press release from the Psychopathic Records mob, “Many years ago the Insane Clown Posse celebrated Halloween night in Detroit, MI with a small concert that they entitled “Hallowicked”. This October 31st, eighteen consecutive Halloween nights later, not only is the face painted duo still engaging costumed Juggalos with their highly entertaining, super energetic, festive Hallowicked show in its usual Detroit location, the event will also be broadcasted live on internet Pay-Per View. Juggalos across the globe will finally be able to memorialize Halloween live with ICP at the group’s most anticipated performance of the year! Twiztid and Blaze Ya Dead Homie will also be performing and included in the premiere broadcast of the label’s 18th Annual Hallowicked.”

So if anybody thought they were going to be safe at home, tucked up in bed and away from the clowns, they’re coming out of your laptop now.

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