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":