10/30 Tanner Jones (You Blew It!), Divided Heaven, Joe Briggs @ Backbooth, 11:55 p.m. (pre-fest after-party)
10/30 Lost in Society @ Rabbitfoot Records, Titusville, 7 p.m. (thrash metal)
10/30 Mike Dunn @ Smiling Bison, 8 p.m. (acoustic)
10/31 Halloween Party feat. RJ Harman and Co. @ Tanqueray’s, 10:30 p.m. (jump, jive)
10/31 Halloween with 407 All Stars @ Smiling Bison, 10 p.m. (funk!)
10/31 EVIL BYOV @ Spacebar, 7 p.m. (spooky tunes)
10/31 Bob Lee Schizophrenia Halloween Party @ Peacock Room, 10 p.m. (feat. Road Soda)
10/31 At My Chamber Door @ the Space, 9 p.m. (DJ Childheart spins)
10/31 Things That Go Bump in the Night @ Lil Indies, 10 p.m. (90s jams + Halloween classics)
11/1 Kaleigh Baker and the Downgetters @ Tanqueray’s, 10:30 p.m. (she’s baaaack)
11/1 Lauren Galant @ Dandelion Communitea, 8 p.m. (singing songs)
11/2 Kevin Mahoney, Kelly MacDonald @ Lil Indies, 9 p.m. (chill indie lo-fi)
11/3 Virginia Schenck @ Timucua, 7:30 p.m. (jazz singer)
11/4 Absinthe and Friends @ Lil Indies, 10 p.m. (acid jazz)
11/4 Everyday Is Like Monday @ Sandwich Bar, 7 p.m. (open mic with Smiths leanings)
11/5 Grits n Gravy @ Independent Bar, 10 p.m. (show up early for free admission and dance all night)
Sidenote for this week, the music community lost a valued talent and friend in Tyler Owen Nicolas (Vein Cranes) rather suddenly, so they’re having a benefit show to raise money for his wife and their unborn daughter. Support if you can.
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