It’s time for our weekly events round-up!

This week contains a ton of great events, including a Nightmare on Weirfield Street hosted by TV Eye and Trans-Pecos, a Howl-O-Ween party for you and your pup, a new spooky show at Garageland gallery, Oktoberfest at Gottscheer Hall and more.

To submit an event for consideration in next week’s list, email Schroeder at Bushwick Daily dot com!


Thursday, October 28

Gold Sounds: “… a night of mystery…” 

What is it?

Enjoy live music to start your Halloween weekend a little early with Gopher, Projectionist, Bench Music, Red Sun Radio, Public Works, Dreamphone, Uncle Skunk and special guests. 

Where is it?

Gold Sounds Bar, 44 Wilson Ave. 

When is it?

7 – 10 p.m.

How much is it?

$10


Friday, October 29

Bushwick Emo Night

What is it?

Channel your inner emo phase and jam out to some of your favorite tunes at this Halloween edition of Bushwick Emo Night. Costumes are optional. 

Where is it?

Old Stanley’s Bar, 226 Wyckoff Ave. 

When is it?

9 p.m. – late. 

How much is it?

Free


Oktoberfest with the Spitzbuam Trio

What is it?

Grab your stein and enjoy traditional German cuisine at Gottscheer Hall’s annual Oktoberfest celebration.

Where is it?

Gottscheer Hall, 657 Fairview Ave.

When is it?

7 p.m.

How much is it?

Free


Saturday, October 30

Halloween at Our Wicked Lady

What is it?

A Halloween-themed cover band show on the rooftop of Our Wicked Lady.

Where is it?

Our Wicked Lady, 153 Morgan Ave.

When is it?

7 – 11 p.m.

How much is it?

$15


Howl-O-Ween at Mafera Dog Run

What is it?

Dress up your four-legged friend for the first annual Howl-O-Ween hosted by Ridgewalks. Take a picture with your pup in the free photo booth, snag Halloween shaped dog treats, listen to festive music and drink some hot coffee. 

Where is it?

Mafera Dog Run, Joseph F. Marfera Park

When is it?

12 – 2 p.m.

How much is it?

Free


Sunday, October 31

Halloween Fest

What is it?

Halloween Fest, hosted by Dave Treut, a local musician, and featuring a long list of others!

Where is it?

LLOHI on the roof at 314 Scholes St. 

When is it?

Doors open at 2 p.m.

How much is it?

Free


NY Night Train: 16th Annual Haunted Hop

What is it?

Join a Nightmare on Weirfield Street as bands, DJs, performers and more celebrate Halloween at two of Ridgewood’s most popular venues. Also during this event will be a $100 costume contest and a 1 a.m. dance party after the bands finish playing.

Where is it?

TV Eye (1647 Weirfield St.) and Trans-Pecos (1611 Weirfield St.)

When is it?

7 p.m. – 4 a.m.

How much is it?

$10, then free after 1 a.m.


Garageland gallery presents “The Severed Head”

What is it?

A Halloween themed art gallery show taking place in an alleyway garage featuring artwork by Michael Ballou, Oliver Jones, Karen Schifano, Garry Nichols and Lawrence Swan.

Where is it?

In the alley behind 1885 Willoughby Ave. in Ridgewood. 

When is it?

1 – 5 p.m. (Due to rain, this event was moved from Friday to Sunday.)

How much is it?

Free


Tuesday, November 2

Election Day!

What is it?

Election day! Vote for mayor, borough president, city council and more!

Where is it?

Find your polling location here.

When is it?

Early voting has already started. Election day voting generally runs from 6 a.m. – 9 p.m., but hours may vary depending on voting location.

How much is it?

FREE!


Editor’s note: the show at Garageland gallery was moved from Friday to Sunday, due to rain.

Good Karma Brooklyn Tattoo’s Saturday event was canceled. It was replaced by the show at Our Wicked Lady.


Featured photo: lobo235 via creative commons.

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