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Night of The Grateful Dead | Mostly Dead & ICING (Cake)

October 30 @ 7:00 pm - 1:00 am

$7 – $18

The Hippie House Presents:

The 2nd Annual Night of the Grateful Dead Halloween Party featuring Mostly Dead Music (Grateful Dead) and ICING – Cake Tribute!

Wednesday, October 30th at Empire Control Room & Garage
(This show in the Garage!)

Special event of the evening is a “dead rockstar” themed costume contest. Top contestants will be announced and voted on between sets and a $50 bar tab grand prize will be awarded to the winning individual/couple costume as well as a $25 bar tab prize for the runner up.

🎟️: http://bit.ly/MostlyDead_Oct30

🚪: 7pm
Mostly Dead: 8pm
Costume Contest: 10:20
Icing: 11pm

18+ ($5 Minor Surcharge)

:: More about Mostly Dead ::
“In the spirit of the Grateful Dead, these 6 like-minded individuals bring a youthful resurgence of the Grateful Dead catalogue, along with a few select covers from the golden era of classic rock.”

:: More about ICING ::
“Austin based velvety vocalist Ryan Authier loves the band Cake. So much in fact, he once joked with his friend Matt Bradshaw (Wild Child, Bad Bolts) about creating a tribute band called “Icing,” as icing does indeed cover cake. It was a joke for years. What followed was an unearthing of fellow fans, Chris Applegate (Mechanical Boy, The Canvas Waiting) and Etan Sekons (Barbara Nesbitt, Hayes Carll) who happened to also be world class musicians. Joined by a slew of incredible drummers (Clint Simmons and Chris Mead) and the occasional aid of fiddler/guitarist, Eddie Dickerson, Icing gives people what they want: More Cake.

Details

Date:
October 30
Time:
7:00 pm - 1:00 am
Cost:
$7 – $18
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Website:
https://www.facebook.com/events/472772220233519/

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Email Address of Organizer
info@heardnet.com

Venue

Empire Control Room & Garage
606 East 7th St.
Austin, TX 78701 United States
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