Daylight saving time winds to an end for 2010 but it’s not all sad frowns and foot-stamping petulance because this can only mean one thing—fall parties go full swing! The end of daylight saving time comes part and parcel with everyone’s favorite ghostly pumpkins-‘n’-candy-costume extravaganza … Halloween! And as this year’s Halloween happens to fall on a Sunday, this means two extra evenings of celebration leading up to the main day. For those of you in Dallas looking to take your Halloween weekend screams head on, Saturday, October 30th delivers maximum music mayhem with the Meltdown Music Festival 2010. Prototype Industries works with Full Access and Insomniac to turn the legendary Dallas Convention Center Arena into a manic stomping ground of epic festive proportions.
For one night only and your partying pleasure, three stages and one giant dance floor welcomes Ferry Corsten, Sharam, Afrojack, Excision, Riva Starr, Tritonal, Matthew Dear, Dylan, Booka Shade, Harvard Bass, Skrillex, Point Bender, Run DMT, Ishi, DJ Merritt, Jeremy Word, Willie Trimmer, Left/Right, Hunter Vaughan and Frenz-E to work Dallas up into a sweet, sweet frenzy. With this sort of line up, nighttime couldn’t come quickly enough. Costumes? Yes please! Drinks and food? Plenty! Bathrooms? No need to worry about getting in line for too few let’s just say. Fun? Expect a boatload! Music? It’ll be bumping believe you me. So glide on over and nab some tickets while you still can. With massive fun scaled up the hilt, it’s called the Meltdown for good reason.