Free shows this week!!! Oct. 23-29

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Turns out sometimes beggers can be choosers. Here's this week's free shows and music nights worth checking out:

Top things to do in Orlando this week: Oct. 23-29
  • Top things to do in Orlando this week: Oct. 23-29

10/23 Mike Dunn @ the Smiling Bison, 8 p.m. (singalong songs)

10/23 Ten Pints of Truth, Eugene Snowden @ Lil Indies, 10 p.m. (shake it up)

10/23 Zombie Video Dance Party @ Backbooth, 10 p.m. (feet+braaaaains)

10/24 Bootsy Collins Funk Night @ Peacock Room, 10 p.m. (we get down)

10/25 Bird Dog Bobby @ Belle Isle Bayou, Belle Isle; 8 p.m. (get the blues)

10/25 Bobby Blackmon @ Cranes Roost Park, Altamonte Springs; 7-9 p.m. (bluest blues)

10/25 Outdoor Silent Disco Future Bass @ Peacock Room, 10 p.m. (bring yr headphones)

10/25 The Sarah Purser Band, the Tony Macaluso Duo @ the Smiling Bison, 10 p.m. (classically trained singer right here, ya’ll)

10/26 College Park JazzFest @ Edgewater Drive and Smith Street, 6-11 p.m. (you know the drill)

10/26 RJ Harman and Company @ Tanqueray’s, 10:30 p.m. (harmonic-ahhh)

10/26 The Video Dept @ Stardust Video, 10 p.m. (will you dance with me?)

10/27 CF2 Salon @ Timucua, 7:30 p.m. (keepin’ composed)

10/28 Monday Night Jazz Jam @ Taste Restaurant, 8 p.m. (in case ya missed JazzFest)

10/29 Thomas Wynn @ the Smiling Bison, 6:30 p.m. (rawk)

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

Top things to do in Orlando this week: Oct. 23-29

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