Pilot Light Halloween Show Moves Across Broadway

Pilot Light honcho Jason Boardman has moved this year’s popular Halloween masquerade show a few blocks from his Jackson Avenue club to the Midtown Arts Center at 513 Cooper St., between North Broadway and Fifth Avenue. Boardman says he’s trying to accommodate a crowd that’s gotten bigger every year. The Halloween show, a fund-raiser for the club, has been held at Pilot Light since 2001, with local bands performing as their favorite bands. This year’s lineup includes Cheep Triick, Fliiperr, the Ggo Ggos, thhe Smiithhes, and Miinorr Thhreatt. The show starts at 9 p.m. Admission is $10.

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