Monday, October 31, 2011

MON 10/31: Halloween & More

Egad, you'd think I'd be tip-tapping away on bloggin' cheapery with the snowy/rainy weekend weather. Below are the Monday comments from the Halloween preview and the calendar with non-Halloween options.

I'm not sure if there are tickets for the final night of "The Wrathskellar", but you could check.


Not exactly Halloween, but the crowd at the "Steampunk Form & Function II" exhibit opening in Waltham will wear outfits that look like costumes to me.
(6pm to 9pm / $10 / $5 child, student, senior)

The Halloween Bike Ride that starts in Jamaica Plain is a local tradition of costumed folks on pimped bikes hit the streets that go bump in the night -- and day.
(8pm / Free)

The Klezwoods are having a Halloween dance party at Precinct with Cirkestra and others. (8pm / $5)

You should dress like your favorite biblical character, if you feel like going to Atwood's Tavern. Musid provided by Eric Royer "and the Sodomites".
(9pm / Free)

Tricky and treatful bands like Darling Pet Munkee and Emperor Norton's Stationary Marching Band are playing "Revenge of Halloweenies" at the Middle East - Upstairs.
(9pm / $8 advance / $10 day of show / 18+)

Charlie's Kitchen is having a "Riot Grrrl Halloween", and it's a broad definition to include covers from Bratmobile, The Runaways, and Kate Bush
(9:30pm / $5)

Since Halloween is on a Monday, then Earthquake Party! is going to plat a set of Misfits covers at ZuZu.
(10pm / Free)

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