Halloween? Heck, most of 2020 has already been Halloween. It has been a very scary year. Everyone wears masks all year round and eats a lot of junk food.
With that said, there is something special about a Halloween party. The Union Park Tavern will have theirs on Saturday. Live music will be provided by Mother Earth. The group has won the hearts of local jam music fans.
They will play outside, weather permitting. The set will be a mix of jam rock originals and covers inspired by Grateful Dead. Definitely not too scary. The show starts at 6 p.m.
Earthmother performs starting at 6 p.m. Saturday (October 31) at Union Park Tavern, 4520 Eighth Ave.
Halloween in Hattrix
Hattrix is ââgetting ready for a big Halloween show with all the trimmings. But since you can have other parties on October 31, theirs will be on Friday night. Three bands and a DJ will take the stage and there will be a costume party. Slaughter party (pop punk, horror rock), Blows and scales (rock and pop hits from the 1970s to current covers) and Revel in the rot (malicious thrash music) will all occur. Also, for all EDM and Dub Step fans, Gorgonzilla will hit you with some big beats.
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Slaughter Party, Revel in Rot, Shots and Ladders and Gorgonzilla will perform starting at 8 p.m. (doors open 6 p.m.) on Friday, October 30 at Hattrix, 2425 60th St. Admission is $ 5.
Pat mccurdy has had an incredibly interesting career. Beginning in a traditional rock band format, his group Yipes! was signed to RCA / Millennium and toured the country. Other successful groups followed before Pat went solo and achieved huge success combining original material and snippets of past pop hits with comedy and audience participation. It has become a cult sensation.
Normally playing around 200 shows a year, the pandemic leads him to stream âShelter in Placeâ shows from his Facebook page. There will be a Shelter in Place No. 22 show on Friday evening. Expect a different kind of virtual gig, with guests and maybe even a drinking pun.
Pat McCurdy Shelter in Place No. 22 will be broadcast live at 8 p.m. Friday evening (October 30) on Pat McCurdy’s Facebook page.
November 3 is a date that many people have put on the calendar for some time. Here’s another reason to set aside time that night.
After you’ve voted – if you haven’t already – you should head over to Kenosha Fusion to check out the Party of public practice. The group that will train that evening on the Fusion stage will be The first rule. Sure, you could watch the election results on TV, but wouldn’t it be more fun to settle in for an early evening (7pm start) of pop punk, alternative and rock music?
The First Rule combines anger and sensitivity while delivering a socially conscious message that remains fun. The venue demands that whatever your policy, please wear a mask while enjoying the practice.
The First Rule will be performing a public workout starting at 7 a.m. Tuesday night (November 3) at Kenosha Fusion, 5014 Seventh Ave.
Keep us posted
I realize that not all bands are ready to perform in front of an audience yet and also many music lovers are not yet ready to visit. I don’t want to leave you out. If you have any streaming show let me know. Live music should be practiced and enjoyed by everyone, however you play it.
It’s all for this week. Bands, artists and venues, please send me your concert listings, event messages, biographies, Facebook event invitations or anything else that I might find useful to write to you. Write to me at [email protected]