There is something undeniably spooky about an electronic concert around Halloween. Maybe it’s because of all the crazy lights and the fog machines. Whatever the reason, music fans will be happy to know that not one, but two Halloween concerts are coming to the PNE in Vancouver this year. Think dancing is the best way to interact with the devil? Keep reading.

First up is the appropriately titled ‘Dooms Night‘, which will be coming to the Pacific Coliseum. This major concert features 6 different sets, including the Dutch DJ Martin Garrix as the headliner. He’s set to release a new album this November, so maybe you’ll get a taste of his new songs before anyone else!

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For those looking to dance in a little more laidback setting, you’ll want to check out the ‘Halloween Weekend‘ concert at the PNE Forum. This option features Australian DJ FISHER as the headliner, with supporting sets from SOHMI, Sivz, and even Bob Moses (a personal favourite of ours).

Both of the events are all-ages, but we doubt too many 16-year-olds are into tech-house and deep house for a Halloween party. We could be wrong, but we’re pretty confident there. Anyway, keep these two options in mind if you’re looking for Halloween concerts around Vancouver this year!