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The Howl 2014

Utah State University is ready to host the 36th annual Halloween party known as the Howl on Saturday, Oct. 25, at the Taggart Student Center on USU’s Logan campus.

The theme for the 2014 Howl is “Nightmare on Aggie Boulevard.” The event is sponsored by the Utah State University Student Association and will have entertainment that should please all 6,000 plus guests anticipated to show. Activities include: dancing, airbrush tattoos, a photo booth, oxygen bars and much more. Attendees can also look forward to contributions from big sponsor Rockstar Energy Drinks.

The Howl will feature well-known concert artist Mike Posner as the headliner. The Brocks, a local Utah band that has performed with renowned DJ Kaskade, are scheduled to open the concert in the USU Stevenson Ballroom.

DJ Marcus Wing is set to return and host the dance floor located in the Fieldhouse. Dance companies Velocity and Full Circle will also be performing throughout the night. The Howl is also excited to bring back Club Hub, a smaller dance with electronic dance music that has been used in past years.

"The USUSA Programming Board is so excited for the Howl 2014. We have been planning this event for six months and cannot wait for the students and visitors to experience it,” said USUSA Activities Director Jacob Scott. “You will not want to miss out on Utah's biggest Halloween party.”

Tickets are available in advance at the USU card office in the TSC, online or at the door. USU students can purchase tickets for $10 in advance or $15 the day of with student ID. Non-USU students can purchase tickets for $25 in advance and $30 the day of. Everyone attending must be 18 or older and ID is required for entry.

Doors open at 8 p.m. on the west side of the TSC. Masks, props, weapons or generally offensive dress are not permitted.