There’s no night of the year for live music quite like Halloween. The Future Heart’s guide to this year’s most anticipated Halloween shows is here.
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Pitchfork Music Festival Paris takes place from October 30 through November 1st at Grande Halle de La Villette. Although it’s not a Halloween event per se, a number of sets will be webcast on Pitchfork’s homepage via Culturebox. On Halloween that watch Perfect Pussy (1:30 PM EST), D.D. Dumbo (2:05), Son Lux (2:45), Future Islands (3:30), Chvrches (5:05), St. Vincent (6:05) and Belle and Sebastian (7:00). (You can also watch Foxygen, tUnE-yArDs, Caribou and Four Tet on Saturday).
On Halloween Phish will play their first show in a decade in Las Vegas, site of their memorable 1998 Halloween show in which they covered the Velvet Underground’s entire Loaded album as their “costume.” It’s not known what the band has planned for this year, but you can find out live on LivePhish‘s stream. Following Phish’s show moe. will play at Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas (scheduled to start around midnight PT). Their Big Lebowski-themed – with special guests Natalie Cressman, Bill Payne and Jennifer Hartswick – can be streamed on LiveDownloads.
Phil Lesh & Friends kick-off a ten night run at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York (spanning five consecutive weekends). Nugs.TV will stream both the Halloween and November 1st shows at 8 p.m. ET. Umphrey’s McGee is scheduled to play Boston’s House Of Blues at 8:45 p.m. ET and TourGigs is on the scene to webcast this sold out show. Widespread Panic kicks off their three-night stand at Broomfield, Colorado’s 1stBank Center at 8 p.m. MT. with audio streaming on LiveWidespreadPanic. Moonalice audio will stream via Moonalice.com (as they do with nearly every show), and Yahoo Screen will present Hall & Oates’ Hall-oween & Oates live from Pawling, New York at 9 p.m. ET.