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October 11, 2013

October nightlife


TAHLEQUAH —     Friday, Oct. 25

    Tahlequah Senior Citizens Center
, 230 E. First St.

    7 p.m. The Hole in the Wall Band with Carl Farinelli

    Iguana Cafee

    7 p.m. Mountain Grove Bluegrass Band                                                                                                                  The Branch

     7:30 p.m. Tommy Nolen

    Saturday, Oct. 26

    Elk’s Lodge
, 18843 Murrell Home Rd.

    7 p.m., Halloween Gala with Austin Cobb

    The Branch

    9 p.m. Carter Sampson

    Brewdog’s, 15935 Hwy 51 W.

    10 p.m. 2nd annual Outlaw Son Costume Party with Joe’s Red Barn; 18 and over; $7 cover

    Monday, Oct. 28

    Club EFFX
, 100 E. Downing St.

    10 p.m. Country Night with DJ/VJ Johnny Flores; $7 cover; 18 and up with ID

    Wednesday, Oct. 30

    The Branch

    Dave Kay @ 7:30 pm


    Thursday, Oct. 31

    Kooter Brown’s
, 17357 S Old Highway 62

    Open-mic night; instruments available, open until 2 a.m.

    Iguana Cafee

    Halloween Hootenanny w/ Scary Larry & Friends @ 7 p.m.

    The Branch

    Halloween Bash @ 9 pm

    Club EFFX, 100 E. Downing St.

    10 p.m. Halloween Booty Shakin Contest with Johnny Flores; $5 cover with costume; $7 cover without

    Friday, Nov. 1

, 15935 Hwy 51 W.

    9:30 p.m. After Halloween Extravaganza Party: Living Undead Zombies with Hanger Brass Knuckle Riot and   Bonemagic

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