Halloween Guide 2011

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Special Events

Trunk Space

1506 Grand Ave.
Garish getups and weird costumes are de rigueur for Bay Area garage rock quirksters Shannon and the Clams, which makes 'em a perfect fit for the Trunk Space. The equally kooky JJCnV open the show along with the skankers of Liam and the Ladies and the punks of The Rebel Set. 8 p.m. $5 with costume, $10 without. Call 602-256-6006.

The Underground

105 W. Main St., Mesa
Militant straight-edge legends Earth Crisis will spend their Halloween unleashing hardcore punk upon the Mesa masses as they headline Creepy Crawl Ball III. Local support includes Run with the Hunted, Red Son, Go Great Guns, and Redeemer. 6:30 p.m., $5. Call 480-834-3709.

Bars & Clubs

Graham Central Station
7850 S. Priest Dr., Tempe
Halloween Bash featuring a $500 costume contest, 75-cent drink specials until 11 p.m., DJs, dancing, and more. 6 p.m. Call 480-496-0799 for cover.

Long Wong's at the Firehouse
1639 E. Apache Blvd., Tempe
Halloween party with "Tom Selleck mustache rides" for the "skimpiest-dressed men and women (but mostly men)," drink specials like $1.50 PBRs and $3 Skyy cocktails, and more. Local acts The Shivereens, Woodworks, Future Loves Past, Sasquanaut, Japhy's Descent, and Banana Gun will perform. 8 p.m. Call 480-894-2200.

Marc's Sports Grill & Nightlife
4494 W. Peoria Ave., Glendale
Halloween party with NFL door prizes, Monday Night Football, Texas Hold'em, dancing, karaoke, 35-cent wings until 9 p.m., and more. 6 p.m. Call 623-842-1053.

SanTan Brewing Company
8 S. San Marcos Pl., Chandler
SanTan's weekly Movie Night Monday will feature a screening of the 2007 horror-comedy Trick 'r Treat. 9 p.m., free. Call 480-917-8700.

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Benjamin Leatherman is a staff writer at Phoenix New Times. He covers local nightlife, music, culture, geekery, and fringe pursuits.