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FRI 13 & SAT 14

401 Film Fest: The first ever 401 Film Fest will showcase over 50 films from all over the world, over half of which were made in Rhode Island. This FREE event is meant to give the real independent filmmakers and students a means of having their films screened. The first day of the Festival will feature PG-13/R rated films while the second day is more family friendly and will feature a raffle. Friday at The Arctic Playhouse, 117 Washington St, West Warwick, and Saturday at William Hall Library Auditorium, 1825 Broad St, Cranston.

Folk Art & Artisans Show: Francis Farm will bring over 70 artisans who make unique items at reasonable prices. Come buy some Christmas gifts or just treat yourself! 9am – 4pm, 27 Francis Farm Rd, Rehoboth, Mass.

THU 19

The Wilderness Politics Tour: New Politics: Shake it like a bad girl up in Harlem… But while you’re at it, catch Lolo, a female vocalist who’ll rock your socks off, and The Griswolds, who are masters of the indie rock craft. Doors 7pm, Show 8pm, Lupo’s, 79 Washington St. PVD.

The Dark Chvrch: Missing your middle school goth days? Looking for ways to get closer to the dark prince? Come out to Goth night. 8pm, Aurora, 276 Westminster St, PVD.

Charlie Don’t Surf (The Clash Tribute): Time to take out your leather jacket and hair gel, and get ready to sing “Rock the Casbah,” because this tribute band is the real deal! With local bands Jodi Jolt and The Volt, a rock band from Westerly, and Nymphidels, from PVD as well as a performance from Jim Daly. 8pm, The Spot Underground, 180 Pine St. PVD.

July Talk & Little Hurricane with The Devil’s Twins: July Talk, Little Hurricane and The Devil’s Twins, each of which sport dual lead male and female vocals. Each are responsible for their own unique rock sound with music ranging from gentle piano to hard-rock guitar. 7pm, Fete Lounge, 103 Dike St. PVD.

FRI 20

Steampunk: An Evening of Art, Music & Revelry: Ever wish your sci-fi and fantasy could mingle with 19th century industrial steam-powered machinery? Well now it better! Dress up and enjoy DJ Tommy, hosted by the luminescent Imperial Tea Hostess Miss Kitty. 8pm, Manchester 65, 65 Manchester St, West Warwick.

SUN 22

The Chorus of Westerly: To open their 57th season, the locally renowned Chorus of Westerly present The Classical Chorus Fall Concert featuring the music of Mozart, Haydn and Schubert. 4pm & 6pm, George Kent Performance Hall, 119 High St, Westerly.

Bloodpheasant, Harris Hawk, Aneurysm: Kill two birds with one stone, and catch local band Bloodphesant and Boston-based bands Harris Hawk as well as Aneurysm. If you’re looking for some grunge rock with a little bit of folk thrown in, here’s where you can get it. Psychic Readings, 95 Empire St, PVD.     

THU 26

HAVOK Presents: A PhunksGiving Massive: Get your groove on and give thanks to the phunk and those DJs who make the party worth going to. With two rooms of sound and lighting, 14 different DJs and  a food good collection at the door, this will be one of the most phunk-tastic Thanksgivings you’ve had yet. 8pm, Manchester 65, 65 Manchester St, West Warwick.

SAT 28 – SUN 29

Tournament For Tomorrow 4: Two nights of blood-pumping, adrenaline-filled wrestling, with close to 50 different wrestlers all in one place. If you’re ready for a truly titillating tournament, you’ve found it. Fete Music Hall, 103 Dike St, PVD.


Mobile Deathcamp with Carnivoria, Rhode Kill and Blood Knife: This skull-splitting set of metal bands are sure to satisfy the metal-head in you. With a mix of national, local and New England bands, this is your fix. 8pm, Firehouse 13, 41 Central St, PVD.

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