Seattle's FreakNight Day 2 Cancelled Due To Drug Overdoses



Seattle's FreakNight Day 2 Cancelled Due To Drug Overdoses

Seattle's FreakNight, a two day weekend event that celebrates Halloween, was cancelle due to a an apparent drug overdose.

With headliners like Tiësto, Alesso and more scheduled to play, event organizers made a last minute decision to cancel the show’s second day after a 20-year old male died on the the first night.

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The cancellation decision was made by both the CenturyLink venue and USC Events after the official police report came in at 4 PM on Sunday.

Here is the statement from the FreakNight Facebook page:

Unfortunately there are unconfirmed reports of a fatality associated with FreakNight Festival. Out of an abundance of caution, late on Saturday a decision was made to cancel the second night of the event. The health and safety of all our attendees is our top priority. These reports are very unfortunate and we are deeply saddened at the possibility of them being true.

Additionally, it is being reported that 16 others were taken to the hospital total, 6 of which are suspected to be related to drug use.

Via: Dancing Astronaut

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