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This Week at Neumos: A Daft Punk Tribute, Halloween Madness, and Jay Inslee

For Seattle peeps, the Seattle Interactive Conference kicked off yesterday, and Neumos has got your dance geek evenings covered.

Tonight, following the Filterati Happy Hour at Barboza (5pm - 8pm), the Seattle Interactive Conference and Kaos Theory give us One More Time – A Daft Punk Tribute, with Sean Majors, Josh Quest, Kippy, and Hyperfunk. As this is the "first and only touring international live Daft Punk tribute concert", you know there's gonna be lots of lasers and LEDs, and Neumos promises "thousands of free glow sticks to light up the night" while you get down to a "high-octane set of non-stop Daft Punk anthems, remixes and club bangers." Advance tickets for this show are $15, and you can score them here.

Wednesday is, of course, Halloween, and if you're not still hung over from "bobbing for apples" all weekend, Neumos, Baroboza, and Moe Bar are throwing all the doors open for their annual Free Halloween Bash, featuring Seattle hip-hop trio Dyme Def, Slow Dance, DJ Rad'em, and Tony Goods, all hosted by Tilson. There's gonna be a costume contest, zombie strippers, and even pumpkin jello shots (we're not sure about that last one, but hey, we'll try anything once!)

You've probably heard that there's an election coming up, and while you're not busy voting to approve Referendum 74, Neumos has got a couple of political parties of their own on the calendar.

On Friday, Nov 2, is the free Jay Inslee for Governor Party, which will feature Anacortes' Lonely Forest, with Aqueduct, Yuni in Taxco, and Telekines, and Toby Crittenden from The Washington Bus as your emcee. Jay's gonna be there, along with WA State Senator Maria Cantwell. This is an all ages evening, with booze available for the 21+ crowd.

Tuesday, Nov 6 is election day, and Neumos and Washington Bus are opening the doors at 5pm for a free night of parties, booze, and big screens showing the election results.

 

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