Arthur Funkarelli’s Halloween Extravaganza takes place at Finley’s Irish Bar and Grill on October 31.

Halloween funk fest at Finley’s

Arthur Funkarelli’s Halloween Extravaganza takes place at Finley’s Irish Bar and Grill on October 31.

Every Halloween a geyser of chaos erupts, shaking foundations and spewing forth torrents of molten funk as Arthur Funkarelli, Nelson’s dastardly gang of musical hooligans prepares a remedy for your tortured soul with its annual show.

Arthur Funkarelli’s Halloween Extravaganza takes place at Finley’s Irish Bar and Grill on October 31.

This is a great opportunity to get into the spirit of the season.

Your ears will discern a shift in the continuum. It starts as a barely audible murmur and slowly gains in volume, creeping into your ears and seeping into your brain.

The familiar sound is soothing. Yet it whispers of mayhem. Up, up it swells, until it is all you can hear, ricocheting around your skull, reverberating with the meaning of everything unspoken, all things crying to be known.

Escape into the night and join the fun at Finley’s Haunted House in a pagan celebration of harvest on Halloween night.

The show begins at 8 p.m. Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door. There will also be a prize for best costume.

This is one show not to miss.

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