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17 Bands Performing on 2 Stages Makes Inaugural Festival

THE Place to Be For Halloween Fun on Saturday, October 30, 2010

Houston (October 27, 2010)—GhoulsFest Invites You to Rock The Night Away! GhoulsFest Music Festival ( announces the festival line up featuring 17 bands performing on 2 stages on Saturday, October 30, 2010, at Tom Bass Park, located just 11 minutes from downtown Houston.

The line up for GhoulsFest 2010 Music Festival is:

Saint Arnold’s Stage

1:00 p.m.         Fat Tony

1:50 p.m.         The Live Lights

2:35 p.m.         Scale The Summit

3:45 p.m.         Trail of Dead

4:50 p.m.         Ceeplus Bad Knives

5:20 p.m.         Peanut Butter Wolf

6:40 p.m.        Macy Gray

8:20 p.m.        We Are Scientists


Mini Cooper Stage

1:35 p.m.         Tax The Wolf

2:20 p.m.         Rock Moon & Bolt!

3:05 p.m.         Girl In A Coma

4:10 p.m.         Daniel Johnston

5:15 p.m.         Spain Colored Orange

6:15 p.m.         Giant Princess

7:30 p.m.        Hot Chip

8:55 p.m.        Bad Brains

All times and performers subject to change without prior notification.

In addition to the list of performers, GhoulsFest Music Festival will also feature a variety of activities and performance artists including the mesmerizing talents of Luminosity(, a Houston-based troupe of strolling multi-talented international artists performing intricate routines using fire and LED lights with a fusion of club grooves, Indian, ballroom and belly dancing styles along with circus acts and performers.

For fans of club-style beats, check out the “Hazey Maze” Dance Party featuring a large-scale harvest-style labyrinth maze with a giant fog-filled dance floor featuring the best dance grooves and house music from the likes of DJ Bizz, DJ Manu, Fat Tony, and more!

Don’t miss the Kingpinz Skate Park ( featuring a retail shop, half-pipe with demos and exhibitions from some of Houston’s top skateboarding teams and a DJ spinning between acts.  Kingpinz is Houston’s premier skateboard and snowboard shop with the largest skateboard selection in town.

Need to let off some steam? Visit the “Smashing” Pumpkins Patch for your chance to smash a few pumpkins and make some mayhem!

For the gaming fan, GhoulsFest has partnered with Joystix Classic Games and Pinballs ( in order to provide a FREE arcade area allowing fans to enjoy a variety of pinball machines, arcade games and a few other gaming surprises in between bands.

The festival will also feature a variety of non-traditional food including: Little Miss Cupcake, Mélange Creperie, House of Te, Gyro Connection, Radical Eats, Absolute Cajun, Tacos A Go-Go, and Rock & Roll Kitchen, plus Saint Arnold’s will provide an array of locally-brewed libations selling for $4 each until 5 p.m.  Beer prices increase just $1 after 5 p.m.

Patrons will also be allowed to bring in one unopened, plastic water bottle and FREE hydration stations will be provided throughout the festival grounds.

The party continues with the exclusive GhoulsFest After Party at Hard Rock Cafe Houston ( featuring a special DJ performance from festival headliner Macy Gray along with Marnie Stern (, plus with meet and greet opportunities with festival artists, drink specials and more! Dress in costume and participate in theGhoulsFest Costume Contest featuring cash prizes, a custom designed skate board from Kingpinz Skate Park and more!  Registration available on-site starting at 8 p.m.

Get your $50 GhoulsFest + After Party ticket providing admission to the festival and the after party event.  Ticket proceeds benefit the breast cancer group The Rose; limited tickets available. Tickets available at   Individual GhoulsFest tickets $45 each online or at Cactus Music or Kingpinz Skate Park.  Ticket prices increase day of show.

GhoulsFest is a day-long, all-ages, multi-genre music festival featuring performances from 17 bands on 2 stages, along with a skate park featuring a demo from a pro-board skate team, arcade and a variety of shopping and food vendors.  The festival will take place at Tom Bass Park, located just 11 minutes from downtown Houston on 288 and Beltway 8, on Saturday, October 30th; gates open at 12 p.m.  Tickets are available for $45 in advance online at or at Cactus Music or Kingpinz Skate Park.  FREE guaranteed parking for the first 1,500 festival guests.  For a complete list of performers, directions and more, visit  Rain or Shine event. GhoulsFest is sponsored by Mini Cooper, St. Arnolds, Cactus Music, Kingpinz Skate Park,, and JMG.


WHEN:          Saturday, October 30, 2010

Gates @ 12 p.m.

WHERE:       Tom Bass Park

3452 Fellows Road

Houston, Texas 77047


TICKETS:     $50 GhoulsFest +After Party Ticket Package with admission to the festival and the After Party at Hard Rock Cafe where tickets proceeds benefit The Rose; available online at

Individual GhoulsFest tickets $45 each in advance available online at or at Cactus Music or Kingpinz Skate Shop.

Note: Ticket prices for GhoulsFest Music Festival increase day of show.

PARKING:    FREE guaranteed parking for the first 1,500 festival fans!

INFO: For more information, visit


About BW

Grad Student in Austin, Texas.

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  1. i always attend music festivals because they are quite exciting and i love music ..*


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