Free shows this week!!! (Oct. 2-8)

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This is gonna be a good week; I feel it in my bones. Don’t get caught off guard and miss these free shows:

Top 10 things to do in Orlando this week: Oct. 2-8
  • Top 10 things to do in Orlando this week: Oct. 2-8

10/2 Ten Pints of Truth, Eugene Snowden @ Lil Indies, 10 p.m. (awaken yr soul)

10/3 Blues Jam @ the Alley, Sanford, 8 p.m. (don’t be afraid to feel the blues)

10/4 Winter Garden MusicFest @ downtown Winter Garden, 6-11 p.m. (every kinda music performed indoors and outdoors)

10/5 Abdias Ernesto Garcia @ Lil Indies, 9 p.m. (gentle experimental folk)

10/5 The Acoustic Break featuring Johnny Knuckles, Reggie Williams @ the Social, 6 p.m. (that whiskey life)

10/5 Zombietoberfest @ Audubon Park Garden District, various venues, 6-10 p.m. (if you buy a wristband, though, there’s food/drink specials that’ll make you feel dead alive)

10/5 Winter Garden MusicFest @ downtown Winter Garden, noon-11 p.m. (don’t stay inside if you’re in the area!)

10/6 Jaap Blonk and Jeb Bishop @ Timucua, 7:30 p.m. (world-famous Dutch sound poet and so much more)

10/6 Winter Garden MusicFest @ downtown Winter Garden, noon-5 p.m. (last chance!)

10/7 Everyday Is Like Monday @ Sandwich Bar, 7 p.m. (open mic with a chill garage show vibe)

As always, you can find more free events in our humongous calendar or check out this slideshow for our recommendations for the Top 10 Things to Do in Orlando This Week:

Top 10 things to do in Orlando this week: Oct. 2-8

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