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The Active Inspire, yourhighway- home, Steinharts New Holland Brewing Co. Halloween Party 2011 featuring DJ UNO wsg. Dan VanHekken Old Dog Tavern Duffield Caron Project, Halloween Costume Party, The Real Fantastics, Branden Mann and the Reprimand, Fishlips One Trick Pony The Trace Ottawa Tavern Ev, Kev & The Girl The Pyramid Scheme Stephen Kellogg and the Sixers, Jon McLaughlin Saugatuck Brewing Co. Halloween Party with Last Call Band and Bryan Michael Fischer Band Tip Top Deluxe The Twistin’ Tarantulas with The Chupa Cobras


Wealthy Theatre Bride of Super Happy Funtime Burlesque


SUNDAY 10.30


The B.O.B. Halloween Dog Story Theater Prom Night - The Musical Grand Rapids Ballet Co. Dracula Grand Rapids Civic Theater The Night of the Living Dead Grand Rapids Public Library Dia de los Muertos Old Dog Tavern Spooky Jazz Jam with Nich Mueller and Friends Salt of the Earth Who Hit John?


MONDAY 10.31


Dog Story Theater Prom Night - The Musical Holland Area Arts Council MI Arts 2011 Exhibition Old Dog Tavern Glama Jam The Pyramid Scheme Kool Keith,


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BEST BET: Christian


WHILE FANS OF THE WILDLY popular David Crowder Band might be dismayed that after “The 7 Tour” and release of its sixth album Requiem the band will be splitting up, they still have one last chance to catch them in Grand Rapids. The six-man ensemble who produced such CCM hits as “Everything Glorious,” “O Praise Him” and a cover of “How He Loves” will be dropping by the Orbit Room on their way between Chi-town and the D. Characterized by their striking looking front man and eclectic instrument use, David Crowder Band has been a staple


DAVID CROWDER BAND WSG Gungor, Chris August and John Mark McMillan Orbit Room, Grand Rapids Oct. 22, doors at 6:30 p.m.; $20 orbitroom.com, (616) 942-1328


in the CCM movement for years since it formed at the turn of the millennium, and it has been one of relatively few CCM bands to garner wide appeal not only within contemporary Christian culture, but also in the mainstream music scene. Reported by Carl Dunker


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