The Chainsmokers' Halloween Set at Miami House of Horror Haunted Carnival Postponed Due to Hurricane Matthew
This won’t be your parents’ or your kids’ Halloween. Miami's popular House of Horror Haunted Carnival will host a performance by red hot duo The Chainsmokers as part of its annual Halloween celebration. On Wednesday (Oct. 5), though, organizers announced that the gig -- initially scheduled for Oct. 6 -- will actually take place a few days after the holiday. "With an abundance of caution, we are postponing @TheChainsmokers concert to Fri., Nov. 4th," they tweeted, noting that they are putting off the show due to potential damage from Hurricane Matthew.
Giving Halloween a touch of dance is totally appropriate for the Miami-based attraction, which last year hosted a show by Calvin Harris. The Chainsmokers' performance comes in what’s been their most successful year; their single “Closer,” featuring Halsey is currently at No. 1 on the Hot 100.