×

One More PA Roundhouse Rally, and Halloween Parties Begin!

Here is a listing of area live music and online music happenings for the weekend and week of Friday, October 15 through Thursday, October 21.

While many of the season’s fall festivals and outdoor concerts are winding down, the PA Roundhouse Rally presents one more event for the fall season this Saturday, as Felix & the Hurricanes and Creedence Clearwater Revival tribute act Green River take the Roundhouse stage. The Hurricanes play at 2 p.m., with Green River following at 5 p.m. Admission is free.

For those who missed both bands at the recent Flood City Music Festival in Johnstown, both The Desperadoes and FlowerChild team up for an encore performance on Friday evening at People’s Natural Gas Park in Johnstown. Both bands will play on the Oilhouse stage, with the Desperadoes leading off at 7 p.m.

And although Halloween officially happens next weekend, Halloween season starts to ramp up this weekend, with several live music-related Halloween happenings taking place around the area. See the listing below for more details.

SUPPORT LIVE MUSIC!

(Listings in chronological order by event start time)

FRIDAY 10/22:

Group Therapy at Way Fruit Farm, Stormstown (Pumpkin carving event, starts 4 p.m.)

Grace Fala at Stone Town Cafe & Gallery, Huntingdon (starts 5 p.m.)

Brother Jack’s Lost Cause at Olde Bedford Brewing Co., Bedford (starts 6 p.m.)

Kristi Jean & Her Ne’er Do Wells at University Wine Co., State College (starts 7 p.m.)

Christian & Julian at U.S. Hotel, Hollidaysburg (starts 7 p.m.)

Samantha Press at Spring Dam Brewing Co., Roaring Spring (starts 7 p.m.)

Matt Wagner at Juniata Brewing Co., Huntingdon (starts 7 p.m.)

Second Street at Woody Lodge Winery, Ashville (starts 7 p.m.)

Mark Syster at The Grove, Strongstown (starts 7 p.m.)

FlowerChild and The Desperadoes at People’s Natural Gas Park (Oilhouse stage), Johnstown (starts 7 p.m.)

Bob Spinelli at Woodside Bar & Grill, Johnstown (starts 7 p.m.)

Full Kilt at Newburg Fire Association Social Hall, Altoona (starts 8 p.m.)

Felix & the Hurricanes at Duncansville VFW, Duncansville (starts 8 p.m.)

Derek Heidel at The Bar, Boalsburg (starts 8 p.m.)

Freedom Rocks at Lilly American Legion, Lilly (starts 8 p.m.)

Stacy & the Rejects at the Freight Station, Johnstown (starts 8 p.m.)

Ed N’Born at Olde Keg Bar & Grill, Portage (starts 9 p.m.)

Giants Of Science at Doggie’s Pub, State College (starts 9:30 p.m.)

Ted McCloskey & the Hi-Fi’s at Phyrst, State College (starts 10 p.m.)

The Desperadoes at Southmont Gardens, Johnstown (starts 10 p.m.)

My Hero Zero at Champs, State College (starts 10:30 p.m.)

SATURDAY 10/23:

ArtsAltoona Fall Art Market at ArtsAltoona Center, Altoona; featuring live music (to be announced) (starts 2 p.m.)

Pennsylvania Roundhouse Rally at Roundhouse Harley-Davidson, Duncansville; featuring Felix & the Hurricanes (2 p.m.) and Green River (CCR tribute) (5 p.m.)

Ted & Molly at Cafe 210 West, State College (starts 4:30 p.m.)

Freedom Rocks at Everett American Legion, Everett (starts 5 p.m.)

Cheap Twix & the Pixie Styx at Elk Creekside, Millheim (starts 5 p.m.)

Gravebirth, Grampian, Humanity Decayed, SamarA and Aspirant at Root-Hovett Hall, Patton (all ages, starts 5:30 p.m.)

Eric Delozier at Olde Bedford Brewing Company, Bedford (starts 6 p.m.)

“Altoona Grand Halloween Bash” with Stephanie & the Wild Hearts at Altoona Grand Hotel, Altoona (starts 7 p.m.)

Chris Strait at Juniata Brewing Co., Huntingdon (starts 7 p.m.)

Mellissa Vella & Kenny Karlheim at The Break Room, Twin Rocks (starts 7 p.m.)

Hy-5 at Trixie’s Pub, Johnstown (starts 7 p.m.)

Halloween Party with Zero Tolerance at Reliance Fire Company, Philipsburg (starts 7 p.m.)

Lauren & Joe at Catholic War Vets, Altoona (starts 7:30 p.m.)

Hair Force One at Bavarian Aid Society, Altoona (starts 8 p.m.)

Jack Squat at Concordia Society, Altoona (starts 8 p.m.)

Matt Wagner at Argonne Cafe, Hollidaysburg (starts 8 p.m.)

Second Edition at Huntingdon Moose, Huntingdon (Halloween party, starts 8 p.m.)

Ted & Molly at Happy Valley Brewing Co., State College (starts 8 p.m.)

Triple A Blues Band at Pine Grove Hall, Pine Grove Mills (starts 8 p.m.)

Mark Syster at Heroes Tavern, Nanty Glo (starts 8 p.m.)

Totem at Moonshine Mine Saloon, Nanty Glo (starts 8 p.m.)

Metro at the Freight Station, Johnstown (starts 8 p.m.)

KB & the Crew at Slammin’ Sams, Johnstown (starts 8 p.m.)

Anger Box at McGarvey’s, Altoona (starts 9 p.m.)

Caledonia at The Bar, Boalsburg (starts 9 p.m.)

Velveeta at Doggie’s Pub, State College (starts 9:30 p.m.)

Ted McCloskey & the Hi-Fi’s at The Saloon, State College (starts 10 p.m.)

Inside Out at Woodside Bar & Grill, Johnstown (starts 10 p.m.)

Orange Fire at Rocky’s Tavern, Johnstown (starts 10 p.m.)

Cajun Norm & the Jam Session Band at Windber Hotel, Windber (starts 10 p.m.)

SUNDAY 10/24:

Erik Rhodes at Bella Terra Vineyards, Bedford (starts 2 p.m.)

Van Wagner at Elk Creekside, Millheim (starts 4 p.m.)

Full Kilt at Molly’s Pub, Altoona (benefit for family of Lorrie Buoymaster, starts 5 p.m.)

Felix & the Hurricanes at Black & Gold Tavern, Altoona (starts 7:30 p.m.)

Ted & Molly at American Ale House, State College (starts 8 p.m.)

MONDAY 10/25:

(no shows announced)

TUESDAY 10/26:

ONLINE: Brother Jack’s Happy Hour Live Stream (Facebook, starts 4 p.m.)

WEDNESDAY 10/27:

Jam Night at Unter Uns Musical & Entertainment Society, Altoona (starts 7 p.m.)

Jam Night with The Frick Brothers at The Break Room, Twin Rocks (starts 7 p.m.)

Open Mic Night at Trixie’s Pub, Johnstown (starts 7 p.m.)

Jam Night at Dively’s Tavern, Johnstown (starts 9 p.m.)

THURSDAY 10/28:

ONLINE: Bob Helbig Live Stream (Facebook, starts 7 p.m.)

(NOTE: More shows may be added to this list as information becomes available. Feel free to check back.)

To report additional shows or corrections to this listing, email information to jptheprofessor@gmail.com. Deadline to submit information for the initial posting is each Friday morning at 9 a.m.

NEWSLETTER

Today's breaking news and more in your inbox

I'm interested in (please check all that apply)
Are you a paying subscriber to the newspaper? *
   

COMMENTS

Starting at $4.39/week.

Subscribe Today