Sorry, But Saturday belongs to US! As for the rest of the weekend, boo do we have some scares for YOU!


If Sat belongs to us, Friday belongs to the BROS! The Baltimore Rock Opera Society, who should get the keys to the fucking city just for the sheer awesomeness they bring to the world, is performing Phantom of the Paradise. What’s that you ask? Phantom was a violent coke dream of a 70s film where a masked marauder haunts a disco like his French predecessor over 100 years ago.
“The Autograph Theater in Chaz Vill will become The Paradise, the ultimate rock palace. We will be putting on a screening of Brian DePalma’s cult classic Phantom of the Paradise, but as only the BROS could do it: in 6 Dimensions! The BROS will add their own live band, set pieces, and insane energy to DePalma’s already amazing show to create an unforgettable interactive experience. Halloween costumes are strongly encouraged! Both shows start at 8pm and the evening will kick off with a Halloween costume contest, with the winner getting a walk-on role in our next show.”-The BROS.

The seminal film is filled with glittery DJ awesomeness, open shirts, titays, and guys named “Beef.” In other words, this was MADE for the BROS, they just didn’t know it 30 years ago.
Think we’re kidding? Here’s a trailer:

This is a MUST see. Srsly. Can’t stress it enough.
Info: Baltimore Rock Opera Society
October 28th & October 29th
The Autograph Playhouse
9 West 25th Street in Charles Village
Tix are $10 General Admission. Available at the door and through Brown Paper Tickets & Baltimore Rock Opera Society

IF IF IF IF you’re still alive after your encounter with the Phantom, it’s time to get your dance on at Sonar for Cullen Stalin’s Disco Halloween feat. Dam Funk! DJ Exclaime will open and make sure your ass is ready for the main event!
407 East Saratoga Street
All ages!
Costumes encouraged!
Tix at the door and HERE.


It all kicks off at 9 with a Halloween performance by Human Host!
Then DJ’s Cullen Stalin and DJ Benny Stixx will take you into the witching hour!.
This year, the prizes for our costume contest will be a Ticket Pack including two tix to BATTLES at 9:30 Club on Oct. 30 & a food and drink card for Peter Murphy at the 9:30 club on Nov. 16!!!


Peter Murphy:

Human Host will be opening the show at 9pm sharp!!

Gutter Magazine and the Metro Gallery’s:
3rd Annual Gutter Magazine Dead Celebrity Ball
Feat: Electrifying beats by DJ w/ Cullen “Zombie Joseph” Stalin and Benny “River” Stixx
Costume Contest at Midnight!
Hearse rides and coffin photos by Zannino Funeral Home
Halloween cocktails!
Special appearance by….ELVIS!
Doors 8:30 pm (contest at midnight!) :: 21 and Up :: $5
Metro Gallery
1700 North Charles St
Baltimore, MD 21201

All Weekend:
It’s Station North’s first big Halloween bash that kicks off tnght! Fuck Fells. You need to be where your friends are. And they’ll be in Station North. Trust us.

We’re REALLY looking forward to Burning Mom 2.0 🙂
Featuring performances by Nikki Le Faye, toilet__, GrΔ√ebΔngerz, Insane Clown Pussy, and Truth Serum. On November 5th local musician Door will host Club Mutant, a night of music featuring SHAMS and more.

Featuring visual artwork by Jonathan Coward, Kyle England, Dina Kelberman, Mayonnaise Manson, Rita Minissi, Hermoine Only, Schwarz, Brendan Sullivan, and Nick Vyssotsky

Opens at 8 p.m.
City Arts Gallery
440 E Oliver st
Baltimore, MD