The Redhaus, also referred to as the art house on St. Claude, will be reopening its doors this Halloween weekend with three nights of music, from 9 p.m. to 3 a.m., Friday through Sunday, at 2820 Saint Claude.
Since closing at the beginning of summer, the Redhaus has gone through an incredible transformation.
Walls have been painted, a massive bar has been built, giant plaster skeletons have been hung from the ceiling, light projections have been installed, and half of the famous tree house has been removed.
The Redhaus will host a diverse group of artists this Halloween ranging from established local artists such as Aurora Nealand and Tank and The Bangas to New York DJ Saint Pepsi and local rapper Slangston Hughes.
Tickets are $13 for one night or $25 for two nights.
Tickets for Sunday night’s show are $10 at the door. You can buy tickets in advance at http://redhaus.ticketleap.com/t/Fb1/.