Flier of the Week: Halloween Night at Long Wong's

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Brainnnnnnnssssss. The poor 'fella depicted in our flier of the week looks like a zombie treat, head cracked open and ready to go. But wait, he looks like...no! It can't be! He's still alive?

Halloween gigs are a'plenty, but this spooktacular gig, featuring Sasquanaut, The Woodworks, Future Loves Past, The Shivereens, and Japhy's Descent, looks especially fun.

It's all going down at Long Wong's on the night of Halloween, October 31. It's a 21-and-up show, and there's no cover. More information about the show can be found here.

There will be Halloween games and a midnight costume contest. What are you going as?

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