JUNE 30TH • 5-10


Within the halls the fear lies. Walk through the maze. Visit the rooms of doom!

Once again we haunt the halls of Mosaic Sound Collective to bring Austin the most evil of art exhibits. Each artist presents their own room of doom to present their evil visions and creepy creations. This is a creative collaborative with horror and dark artists. Meaning, we allow them to be completely creative with their rooms and any other creepy idea they might have. The art includes many forms including music and other creative presentations. The showcase also features horror and dark vendors.

$5 entry • 18+

More info will be announced soon. We ask that you please join the Facebook INVITE for the most up-to-date information.

ARTISTS, VENDORS, MUSICIANS AND OTHER DARK CREATIVES: Registration will be announced in a few weeks. This is a “save the date” announcement. Returning participants will be notified by email and through the FB invite. New participants, we will announce and open the registration info on the FB invite soon. In the mean time, please feel free to start conjuring up your most evil ideas. This is the place to shock, disturb and listen to your dark side. Have a crazy, evil idea that you’ve always wanted to do? This is not your standard gallery. We want to surprise and make the (almost) impossible happen. When we announce registration, share your ideas with us.

NOVEMBER 11TH • 12-7


A most bizarre bazaar especially made for the horror fan with tons of horror and dark vendors, an Evil Santa photo booth, Krampus sightings, Bloody Mary Bar and more to be announced! An all out festive horror celebration. As always it’s free and all ages. Come & Take It Live, Austin, Texas.

Please visit our event page on Facebook for the most up-to-date information  — including vendor signup info. HFTH 5 EVENT PAGE



HELLOWEEN 3: The best Halloween party in town for horror fans to enjoy. Held on “Halloween” weekend. This year’s date and location TBA.

SCREENINGS  We produce several horror movie and television screenings throughout the year. We are proud to always show them in a proper movie-watching environment and with the permission of the filmmakers. Our screenings are sometimes produced as full on Screening Parties featuring bands, vendors and other shenanigans. Our annual Slaughter Bowl (held on Super Bowl Sunday), new horror movie premieres, and  TV season premiere parties  are examples of our screening parties. Stay tuned for the next horror to be shown on the big screen.