6 Events We're Excited For This October
    • TUESDAY, OCTOBER 01, 2013

    • Posted by: Jake Saunders

    Happy October! It finally feels like Fall, and we've got a great list of music/entertainment events to look forward to this month:

    Austin City Limits, Oct. 4-6, 11-13 Austin, TX
    For the first time, ACL is expanding into a second weekend, so that means more tickets available for us. Headliners are Kings of Leon, The Cure, Muse, and Depeche Mode, with many more talented bands performing. If you haven't already bought your tickets, they're still selling but won't be for long - so get yours here.

    Brooklyn Pour, Oct. 12 Brooklyn, NY
    Music, beer, and food. What could be better? With over 100 craft brews, Brooklyn Pour is going to be one crazy day in Fort Greene, Brooklyn. Hosted by The Village Voice, this event is in its third year and is happening at Skylight One Hanson, what used to be an old bank and is now a landmark referred to as an "art-deco masterpiece," and it's the second tallest building in Brooklyn. The majority of beers will come from breweries in the tri-state area, so if that's where you live you can find your signature seasonal faves! With a $50 general admission ticket you can sample 'em all, and will no doubt have a happy Saturday. Tix

    CMJ Music Marathon, Oct. 15-19 New York City
    For 5 days, over 1,300 new artists will perform in more than 80 venues across NYC. Seminars and other special events will also be held throughout the event's 33rd year. Artists like MGMT, Mumford and Sons, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and Alabama Shakes have all performed at the Marathon before they took off, so you're bound to get a first look at some of the hottest rising bands.

    On the 18th and 19th Baeble is hosting our own late-night shows at Spike Hill and they're free to attend! Check out more info here including our first announcement of bands.

    Treasure Island, Oct. 19-20 San Francisco
    This year's 2-day event features some great artists like Phantogram, STRFKR, and Real Estate, and headliners include Beck, Atoms for Peace, and Animal Collective. The festival is actually on Treasure Island in the Bay Area and will have a 60-foot vintage ferris wheel! The most unique feature of this festival is that no shows overlap, so you get to see all your favorite artists. Buy Tickets

    Arcade Fire Reflektor Release , out Oct. 29 worldwide
    Enough said.

    Pre-order the album here

    And, check out their performance on SNL:

    Well, for those of you who dread finding something "cool" to do on Halloween, a concert is always a good bet so check out who's coming through your town and buy your ticket soon!

    Here are a few:

    Holy Ghost!, NYC
    Drake, DC
    Passion Pit, DC
    The Flaming Lips, San Francisco
    STS9, Austin
    Neon Indian, Austin

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