On October 31, Halloween, the Insane Clown Posse, plus label-mates Twiztid and Blaze will play the annual Hallowicked show at the Fillmore in Detroit. Doors are 6 p.m.
That will be followed by the after-party at St.Andrews from 10 p.m., featuring a performance from Wolfpac and JCW wrestling, which sounds pretty fucking scary to us.
According to a statement, “Most people interested in music and pop culture have heard of Insane Clown Posse, an underground rap duo well known as ICP. You know them - those two guys in face paint who rap lyrical horror stories, spray massive amounts of Faygo on attendees at their concerts, have their own fan base following called the Juggalos, and are self proclaimed as “The Most Hated Band in the World”.”
”BUT have you actually witnessed one of ICP’s high energy, visually stimulating, fan chant filled live shows? And by “witness” I don’t mean that you watched blurry concert footage that some kid in Montana shot with his iPhone and posted to YouTube. If your answer is “No, I have not attended an ICP show and may or may not have watched blurry concert footage on YouTube”, AND you are looking for insane entertainment this coming Halloween night, then you must attend, or at least watch the live broadcast of Hallowicked and witness the Wicked Clowns perform at their most anticipated show of the year!”Follow @City_Slang
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