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One of my favorite annual Halloween events of the year is happening tomorrow night: Decades Cover Night , in which a scad of Seattle's most

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Dude York, King Dude, Pony Time, M. Women To Perform at Decades Cover Night at the Black Lodge Tomorrow

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One of my favorite annual Halloween events of the year is happening tomorrow night: Decades Cover Night, in which a scad of Seattle's most exciting bands dress themselves up in costume and dress their music up in a different decade. It's your best chance to rediscover your love for everyone from the Cranberries to System of a Down. Each band will perform one or two songs from the past five decades--'60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, and '00s.

This year's event, presented by our friends at What's Up Seattle, is taking place at the Black Lodge, and the smashing lineup includes many a Reverb favorite, including Dude York, King Dude, M. Women, Pony Time, Stickers, and So Pitted. (Check out the full lineup on the poster). There's also going to be a costume contest and visual installations. and the Black Lodge will be decked out in spooky Halloween decor. The show starts at 8 p.m. sharp.

PS. I wasn't joking about System of a Down. Here's one of last year's highlights, Naomi Punk performing System of a Down's "Chop Suey":

You can't really beat the '90s. Some more of 2011's Decades Cover Night highlights:

Haunted Horses and Footwork perform Interpol's "Obstacle 1":

"Hot Freaks," featuring members of Stephanie and Neighbors, perform Guided By Voices:

Beastie Boys cover band Twomp performs "Sabotage":

What's in store this year? Boat Party will be covering "Teenage Dirtbag" by Wheatus, and So Pitted will be doing Nine Inch Nails' "Terrible Lie." For the rest, you'll have to attend to find out!

 
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