If haunted houses and hayrides aren’t your cup of tea to celebrate the Halloween season, and if horror movies simply aren’t scary enough for you, we have a suggestion. It’s time for you to look at tickets for Motionless in White and Twiztid’s Fright Fest.

Motionless In White and Twiztid will be hosting the Fright Fest shows at the end of this month. Alla Xul Elu, Fit For A King and Chelsea Grin will all be joining the headliners on various tour dates.

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Motionless In White, Twiztid, Chelsea Grin and Alla Xul Elu will be playing Fright Fest’s Devil Night Oct. 30 at the Majestic Theatre in Detroit, Twiztid’s hometown. Tickets are $30 via TicketWeb or can be purchased at the door for $35. Doors will open at 6 p.m., and the show will begin at 7 p.m.

Twiztid, Motionless In White, Fit For A King and All Xul Elu will also be playing Fright Fest’s Halloween night show Oct. 31 at Pop’s Concert Venue in Sauget, Illinois. Tickets are available here. Doors will open at 6 p.m., and the show will begin at 7 p.m.

Fit For A King’s guitarist Bobby Lynge will, unfortunately, not be joining the band during these shows. Lynge announced he will be leaving the band earlier today.

I’m thankful that y’all are gracious enough to allow me to write and create while you tour the world,” he says. “(I will be involved in the writing process as long as they’ll have me & will still be going into the studio with the band to write new heavy tunes.)”

Shows are all ages, but minors will pay an additional two dollars at Pop’s Concert Venue for the Halloween show.

Alla Xul Elu just signed with Twiztid’s personal record label Majik Ninja Entertainment and will be a supporting act for all Fright Fest shows. You can check out their most recent song “AXE Is Family” right here.

If that wasn’t enough to celebrate, Twiztid just released a brand-new single to start off October right. The hip-hop duo of Jamie Madrox and Paul “Monoxide Child” Methric shared their song “Here With The Dead.” You can check out the track below or at this link.

This spooky track is just what you need for the Halloween season, and every season for that matter. Let us know if you’re attending Fright Fest in the comments below!