The Best Halloween Bash in Town!
Live Band, Costume and Dance Competitions, No-Host Bar…
THE Halloween Party to go to!
Presented by KRBD and the Ketchikan Area Arts & Humanities Council.
Saturday, October 27 at the Ted Ferry Civic Center.
8:00pm, Doors at 7:30pm
TICKETS AVAILABLE @ THE DOOR!
The Arts Council and KRBD invite you to the Halloween Bash! Live music by the Black Crabs, dancing, costume and dance contests (prizes!), no-host bar and a DJ playing on into the night… The Black Crabs are a little rockabilly with some rock and roll too… but also swing, jazz, and even a taste of spaghetti western. This mix of genres comes naturally to The Black Crabs. Originally formed in 2004 to back Rockabilly Queen Wanda Jackson, the band was supposed to be only a summer fling. Instead, it transformed into a full-time proposition. The Trio has played various Seattle festivals including; KEXP’s Rockabilly Ball, Bumbershoot, and The Folk Life Festival.
The Black Crabs deftly navigate the Les Paul-eqsue instrumental Caravan. There’s even the tune best heard under the Big Top, both because of its country-circus beat and subject matter – plus – quite possibly the first ever song about corndogs!