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. Saturday, October 31st IMU & BLACKWOOD EVENTS present HAUNTED CIRCUS! SEASON TO ATTACK, GHOST BODY, MAUSIKI & QUARTERED @ The Hindenburg, 23 West Cordova . Doors 8pm / Show 9pm. $12 Advance tickets available directly via the bands and online at / Cover $15 @ the door

With heavy hitting bands, silk aerial artists and burlesque pin-up girls, the thrilling, diabolically sexy Haunted Circus brings together the most sinfully talented creatures, sinister misfits and devilish deviants you won't soon forget!

SEASON TO ATTACK aims to use the inward drive and poise acquired from a vast collective knowledge of touring and recording to improvise a devastatingly pleasurable sonic invasion, gathering territory and spreading their infectious message to the masses. A five-pronged, heavily armed guerilla militia featuring former members of Mass Undergoe, The Fury and Irreverents, they specialize in slick, aggressive pop laced with heavy licks and a touch of dirty, nasty R&B.

GHOST BODY delivers modern, dark punk with rock n roll rhythm and the leads punk always could've sold but didn't. Elevated by transcending vocals, melody and rhythm, they set aside traditional genre stigmas to produce something that can't be pigeonholed.

MAUSIKI is a four-piece Vancouver-based cosmic rock band with influences that span across continents and genres. The resulting sound is a fusion of world music and classic rock n roll, a melting pot of melodies inspired by concepts of space, time and reality.

QUARTERED have shared stages with the likes of legendary metal bands Lamb of God, Testament and Filipino act Slapshock. With their latest EP Eyes & Ears, they are continuing to build on their success that includes high profile placements on platforms such as Harmonixs Rock Band video game series.

LINDSEY BROOKS Aerial silk artist: htp://

Sponsors: Pabst Blue Label, Venus and Mars, Incendio Pizza + more!


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