The Haxans recently announced an exclusive residency at legendary SoCal Halloween event, Knott’s Scary Farm. Check out full info from the official press release below.
Goth-pop duo, The Haxans – Ash Costello (New Years Day) and Matt Montgomery (Rob Zombie) – have today announced that they will be celebrating this year’s spooky season in the most outrageously ghoulish fashion with an exclusive musical residency at Southern California’s largest Halloween event, Knott’s Scary Farm. Tickets for Knott’s Scary Farm are available here.
Speaking on their spook-tacular residency, Ash Costello shares:
“The Haxans was created with the idea that we wanted to become a staple on every Halloween party playlist and what better way to help make that dream become a reality than to play the biggest Halloween party of them all, knotts scary farm! We are so excited to be among our people after 2 years of isolation, we are VERY ready to get our monster mash on!”
Matt Montgomery adds:
“One of the goals of this band was for us to be guest stars on a Scooby Doo episode. I feel like us playing legendary amusement park during the Halloween season is one step closer to that dream becoming a reality. We consider ourselves very fortunate to be able to do this. If this band had a smell it would be pumpkin spice, and the patrons of Knotts this time of year are our people! We can’t wait!”
The band will feature as part of the Carnival De Grotesque on The Calico Mine stage and will perform four 30 minute sets at 8pm, 9pm, 10pm and 11pm. The Haxans residency begins this Thursday, September 23rd, 2021 and will continue on select evenings through to October 31st. Get scared senseless at Knott’s Scary Farm whilst reveling in the spine-tingling party anthems of The Haxans on the following dates:
Thursday, 23rd | Friday, 24th | Saturday, 25th | Sunday, 26th |
Friday, 1st | Saturday, 2nd |
Friday, 8th | Saturday, 9th |
Friday, 15th | Saturday, 16th |
Friday, 22nd | Saturday, 23rd |
Friday, 29th | Saturday, 30th | Sunday, 31st |
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