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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 22
VOLTAIRE: Shayne Eischen & the Bungalow Brothers Trio
CWS: Joey Tenuto Jr.

MONDAY, OCTOBER 23
DADA: Open Mic
KILL YOUR IDOL: Drag Mondays
HULLABALOO: Firemost Jazz Duo

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24
REVOLUTION LIVE:: Dirty Heads
DADA: Comedy Open Mic
KILL YOUR IDOL: Open Mic

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25
DADA: Brett Staska

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26
REVOLUTION LIVE:: Steven Van Zandt
RESPECTABLE STREET: Broot McCoy, Yung Tarzan, Stranger Things 80’s Dance Party
DADA: Sofilla
FUNKY BUDDHA: Reggie Sears & Mixed Royalty, Tyler G. & the Vibes Farm, Not Spices
CWS: JM and the Sweets
GRAMPS: L.A. Witch, Mo’Booty Band, Timothy Eerie, Glove

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27
VOLTAIRE: Cog Nomen
SUBCULTURE COFFEE DELRAY:: Nervous Monks
REVOLUTION LIVE:: The Magpie Salute
DADA: Public Sounds Collective
CWS: Bobby Lee Rodgers
STACHE: Black & Creme
FUNKY BUDDHA: Solemark, Public Sounds Collective
KELSEY THEATER: Dope, (hed)PE, Afterlife
C&I: SloFunkPump
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Nip & Tuck

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28
500 BLOCK: MOONFEST
REVOLUTION LIVE:: Andy Mineo
SEMINOLE HARD ROCK: Santana
FUNKY BUDDHA: JL Fulks, Ricky Valido
DADA: Steve Pomeranz Band
KILL YOUR IDOL: The Wire Hip Hop Party
CWS: Diogo Das Virgens Band
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Nouveaux Honkies

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 29
VOLTAIRE: Joel DaSilva
REVOLUTION LIVE:: The Marcus King Band
CWS: Joey Tenuto Jr.

MONDAY, OCTOBER 30
VOLTAIRE: Salon No. 4 w/ Boston Marriage, Monica McGivern
DADA: Open Mic
KILL YOUR IDOL: Drag Mondays
HULLABALOO: Beartoe

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31
FUNKY BUDDHA: Halloween Costume Bash
DADA: Zoo Peculiar Halloween Show
KILL YOUR IDOL: Open Mic

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