Pin It

Nightlife Highlights: The Misfits 

October 14. It just ain’t October if the Misfits aren’t haunting the Chance. Every Halloween season, the legendary New Jersey horror punks make their return, their winkingly ghoulish songs and aesthetic dovetailing (batwinging?) all too well with the high holiday of plastic fangs and razor blade-filled apples. Although bassist-singer Jerry Only is the sole original member—founding front man Glenn Danzig left to take the concept to its humorlessly absurd conclusion long ago—the current lineup also stars ex-Black Flag guitarist Dez Cadena. With the Hub City Stompers, Welcome to Green Haven, and more. (Taking Back Sunday plays October 28; the Cro Mags crush October 29.) 7:30pm. $20. Poughkeepsie. (845) 471-1966; www.thechancetheater.com.
click to enlarge nightlife_themisfits_band.jpg

Speaking of...

  • The Chance Theater hosts a night of The Misfits on October 14.

Comments

Subscribe to this thread:

Add a comment

Readers also liked…

  • Making the Cut: Decora

    A more serious and committed Hudson Valley musical figure than Decora does not come to mind. Everything the 32-year-old does and says comes with a breathtaking level of locked-down, unwaveringly intense focus.
    • Nov 1, 2015
  • Johnny Irion's U.S. Elevator

    On the Way Up
    • Sep 1, 2015

Hudson Valley Events

submit event

Latest in Music

Related to Music

  • The Moonlights Sunday Brunch
  • The Moonlights Sunday Brunch

    The Moonlights, a debut musical collaboration for families, is making the rounds at a series of live performances, including two of the upcoming Sunday Brunch at the Falcon in Marlboro.
    • Mar 20, 2017
  • Opera in Phoenicia Park
  • Opera in Phoenicia Park

    With its open-air format, where attendees picnic in the parks and watch the stars emerge during performances, and its $5 youth tickets, the Phoenicia International Festival of the Voice is the perfect place to share with children a love of music and theater, in a variety of styles.
    • Jul 25, 2016
  • More »

More by Peter Aaron

Hudson Valley Tweets