Halloween is almost here. And if you’re looking for something to do, Chattanooga has a plethora of things going on. But I guarantee you won’t find anything like tHE HEARtS IN LIGHt's Ectoplasmic Halloween Extravaganza.
Starting at 10 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 31 at Sluggo’s North, Halloween officially begins. Trick-or-treaters will be in bed, stomachs full from too much candy. Which means the night belongs to tHE HEARtS IN LIGHt.
This is not merely a music performance. It’s an all-out bloodsucking, brain-eating, heart-racing Halloween experience. As you listen to tHE HEARtS IN LIGHt perform, along with special guest Bottle Rocket, you’ll be haunted by supernatural special effects that will enhance your viewing pleasure and quite possibly blow your mind. Or scare you to death.
According to Kyle Malone, the band’s frontman, "There will be enough conceptual theatrics, fog, lasers, pro lighting, Arthurian rock 'n' roll antics, vampires and ectoplasm to send your senses reeling into the fifth dimension."
And if that’s not enough to get you in the Halloween mood, horror personalities Esmerelda Vampiress and Doc Shock will also make an appearance.
If you’ve wanted to see tHE HEARtS IN LIGHt and haven’t done it yet, this is the band’s only local performance until December's MainX24, where the group will throw a new album release party. After that, they are heading to Los Angeles to promote their new album.
For more information, check out the Facebook event page. Cover price is a measly $5.
Charlie Moss writes about local history and popular culture, including music, movies and comics. You can contact him on Facebook, Twitter or by email. The opinions expressed in this column belong solely to the author, not Nooga.com or its employees.
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