The Ten Best Things To Do In St. Louis This Weekend: Halloween Weekend



We're guessing you don't really need our help figuring out what to do this weekend. But hey: Everyone's going to be showing tonight's game seven (very much including our show at the Firebird) and you've got to watch it somewhere. As for the other holiday going on this weekend: Halloween festivities abound. Rats & People Motion Picture Orchestra will be performing its score to Nosferatu on Monday and King Kong Magnetics, which tends to be in costume anyway, will be playing a rare show for free at the Upstairs Lounge. The New Music Circle continues tonight at the Kranzenberg Arts Center and Masculine Journey is putting out its album on Sunday night on the roof of the City Museum.


Sine Nomine (Album Release) Cicero's With The Gorge, Jigsaw Rhetoric and Iron Hills 9 p.m. | $7

New Music Circle Presents: James Mobberley and Paul Rudy Kranzenberg Arts Center 7:30 p.m. | $7 to $15

RFT Music Presents: Scripts N Screwz, Mathias, Lavelle Spitz, Teresajenee and Ben Bounce The Firebird 9 p.m. | FREE

Eleanor Friedberger (of the Fiery Furnaces) Luminary Center For The Arts With Pretty Little Empire 8 p.m. | $12

David Vandervelde El Lenador 9 p.m. | $5


Bug Chaser, Half Gay, Meager Sunlight and Skeleton Warrior Floating Laboratories 8 p.m. | Donations


The Masculine Journey (Album Release) City Museum Rooftop With Dark Ages, Doom Town, Sucked Dry and Spelling Bee 7 p.m. | $7


Bunnygrunt Residency El Lenador With Little Big Bangs (as the Velvet Underground) 9 p.m. | FREE

King Kong Magnetics Upstairs Lounge With Less and Escalade 10 p.m. | Free

Rats & People Motion Picture Orchestra performing Nosferatu The Heavy Anchor 8 p.m. | $5

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