ALL WORK AND NO PLAY MAKES JACK A DULL BOY: HALLOWEEN ON CHEROKEE STREET

Posted by Anne McCullough on October 30, 2014 | Comments Off on ALL WORK AND NO PLAY MAKES JACK A DULL BOY: HALLOWEEN ON CHEROKEE STREET

 

TRICK OR TREAT ON CHEROKEE STREET, pick up your treat bag at 2900 Cherokee, snap a photo in the photo booth and visit participating businesses along the street from 6-8:30pm!

FAVORITE LOCAL BANDS GET INTO THE HALLOWEEN SPIRIT AT MELTwith So Many Dynamos as Devo, Demonlover as Prince, Trauma Harness as Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark, The Humanoids as The Damned, Shaved Women as Rudimentary Peni & Mark Willey’s Rag Tag group of weirdos as Roxy Music.

HALLOWEEN DANCE W/ MISS JUBILEE AT CASA LOMA BALLROOM, with dancing, great music, costumes, and candy with all your STL swing dance pals! Miss Jubilee will be fueling the fun with her swingin’ Humdingers!

HALLOWEEN NOISE INSANITY AT BLANK SPACE, noise presents with spooky, erm, noises and live soundtracks to yer fave horror flix with 18andCounting, 32 pc. vintage party set soundtracking “The Thing,” Animal Teeth, Beauty Pageant, Hardbody, Janet, Dave Stone Ensemble, words from Joe Kloun and a special terrifying new ZINE from that FreezerBurn jerk M.B.

BLACK MAGIC AND HOT MUSIC ALL NIGHT AT ART BAR, Art opening by NDSmith and costume contest.

POLYDIMENSIONALS COSTUME PARTY AT LOS PUNK alternative mind-trip rock jazz during a bunch of sets all night – It’s a costume party on Cherokee!

A BIT SHIFT HALLOWEEN REUNION SHOW W/ KID SCIENTIST AT FOAM

HALLOWEEN with GRATEFUL DEAD EXPERIENCE : THE SCHWAG AT 2720 CHEROKEE, there will be a costume contest with cash prizes for top three costumes!!!


0 Comments

You must be logged in to post a comment.

Name (required)

Email (required)

Website

Speak your mind

  • Quoted

    “they ate them chickens, well half of em, half the chickens i mean, i mean half the number of chicken not half a chicken. well maybe somebody ate a half and somebody else ate the other half. but 4 whole chickens were eaten.”
    by woodenhead

Organizations and Associations

Neighborhood Resources

Cherokee People