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Austin Events: October 30 – November 1

October 30, 2009

Happy Halloween weekend!  Do you have something music-related to do yet?  Well, if not, check out my picks for this weekend…there are plenty of great shows happening in Austin, costuming optional.

Friday, October 30th


Wolfmother will play a FREE show at Waterloo today at 5 pm!  Don’t miss it.

Wolfmother, Heartless Bastards, The New No. 2

This show is going to kick ass.  They’ll be at Stubb’s tonight at 8 pm.  Tickets are a very reasonable $25 and you can pick them up here.

The Band Of Heathens, Michael Fracass

This will be a great show at Threadgill’s World HQ and the tickets are only $15 if you get them now.

Widespread Panic

The hugely popular jam band is playing two nights at the Austin Music Hall starting tonight.  Sorry kids, it’s all sold out, but if you really want to be there, you can check out Craigslist for tickets.

Find out what’s going on for Halloween night, plus find out where I’ll be on Sunday!

Saturday, October 31st

Bob Schneider Halloween Party, Love at War

I’m not sure how spooky it’ll be, but spending Halloween night at Antone’s should be a good time.  Tickets are $15 and you can buy them here.

Butthole Surfers, Peaches

Alternative rock legends and Texas natives the Butthole Surfers play a Halloween show at Stubb’s tomorrow night.  Tickets are $30-$35 and you can buy them here.

Sunday, November 1st

Gogol Bordello, Apostle of Hustle

Yes, I am VERY excited to be headed to this show at Stubb’s!  If you want to be there too, doors are at 6 pm and tickets are $26.50.  You can buy them here.

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