A collaborative side project from producers Griz and Gramatik, Grizmatik promises an epic Halloween party in Denver for their biggest show to date. Both of them individually talented, together they create soulful melodies with rousing beats and funky instrumentals. Want proof? Check out their latest single, "My People." Thu 7 p.m.
Join this gypsy-rock quartet as they return home for their annual Halloween performance, complete with elaborate costumes and stage decorations. Distinguishing themselves from the average indie group with romantic instruments—including accordion, violin, and sousaphone—DeVotchKa gained national prominence (and a Grammy) for their scoring of 2006's Little Miss Sunshine.
Don't miss the most fangtastic block party of the season. Colfax denziens are invited to roam the street, alongside zombies, witches, and vampires, and to check out the tricks and treats being served up by 35 local haunts. There'll be made-to-order candybars, a bouncy castle, and professional photographers onsite. Sat 1 p.m.-Sun 2 a.m.
Get your zombie costume ready, the living dead have returned. The Bug Theatre’s take on the classic 1968 low-budget horror film is back for a fifth year. With a combination of film segments and live performance, the experience promises to be as spooky and bloody as ever. Fri-Sat 8 p.m.
Get ready to face your fear at one of Denver's most sinister haunted houses. Completely new and redesigned for the 2013 season, the Asylum will take fear-seekers on an unforgettable ride through the darkest depths of insanity. Tortured souls, menacing murderers, and mad patients await you. Daily, times vary.
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