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Friday, October 29, 2010

Ten Halloween-Themed Things To Do This Weekend

Posted By on Fri, Oct 29, 2010 at 11:04 AM

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It's Halloween weekend! Spooky! Don your best costume and head out to the following events. Don't forget to check our main music page for more concerts going on around town this weekend.

Friday: Skate or Die! @ The St. Louis Skatium Rollerskating, live bands and scary costumes have all the makings of a horror movie -- or a great Friday night. The event features music from the Felons, the Non-Breeders (a.k.a. Cassie Morgan and crew playing Breeders songs), Celia's Big Rock Band and FIRE DOG. 10 p.m. $10 admission includes skates. Attendees are encouraged to "dress scary." Facebook event.

Monster Mash Art Bash @ Koken Art Factory This five-hour shindig has a little bit of everything: Halloween-themed art to buy, live music from the Feed and Upright Animals, a tarot card reader, a fashion show and a performance from the STL Hoop Club. 7 p.m. $5. 18-plus. Facebook event.

Saturday: DJ Mahf's Third-Annual Halloween Funk Jam @ The Fox Hole at Atomic Cowboy For the third year in a row, as local DJ-around-town Mahf hosts a Halloween Funk Jam at the Fox Hole at Atomic Cowboy. Besides Mahf, performers include Midwest Avengers, Earthworms, Spark1duh and DJ Who, Jonezy and Steddy P. Also look for live art from Indyground's Magic 8. $7, 9 p.m. 21-plus. Costumes encouraged. Facebook event.

Umphrey's McGee @ The Pageant Progressive rock band Umphrey's McGee is digging in for the weekend at the Pageant and celebrating its third-annual Monster Mash-Up. The Chicago band is performing Saturday and Sunday. Tickets are $20 in advance, $25 day of show. 8 p.m. All-ages.

D:Fuse @ Europe Nightclub D:Fuse's appearance at Europe is billed as a "Halloween Thriller." Judging by the talents and reputation of the LA-based producer, drummer, and vocalist, expect nothing less. 9 p.m. $10 to $15. Tickets available here.

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