1. DANCE LIKE A ZOMBIE
Each year around Halloween, Michael Jackson
fanatics fans put on zombie makeup and reenact his “Thriller” video around the globe. You can catch the Boise version of “Thrill the World” from 4 to 6 p.m. Saturday at the Boise Spectrum. Encore performances will be on the half hour. [More]
2. GO ‘HOME’
As he told me last week, Phillip Phillips has moved past his “American Idol” win. Nowadays in concert, he’s a jam-band influenced singer-songwriter — although he'll definitely still perform hits such as "Home" and "Gone, Gone, Gone." You can see him at Taco Bell Arena on Saturday night. [Tickets]
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3. CALL A BLITZ
Blitzen Trapper is one of my favorite Northwest bands. Savor their pretty indie-folk Sunday night at Neurolux. How great would it be to have these guys around the fire on a camping trip? [Tickets]
5. BE A MOUNTAIN MAN
It won’t be long before ski and snowboard film festivals arrive. Enjoy less-frigid celluloid at the Mountainfilm in Telluride tour, a collection of 10 short flicks. It shows at the Egyptian Theatre at 7 p.m. Monday. (Yeah, I’m pushing the weekend an extra day. Nuttin’ wrong wit dat.) [Tickets]
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