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Thriller 5: Mark Farina, Vndmg, Mercedes, Pumpkin, Jackal, David Levi, Octabon, Warren G

DAVE CANTOR
9 pm., Thursday October 31 | $13.
Refuge
116 SE Yamhill St.
 
[BEATS FROM THE GRAVE] If you’ve ever heard any of Mark Farina’s Mushroom Jazz cuts, you know this is the place for house-music enthusiasts to be on Halloween. His kaleidoscopic grooves make the perfect backdrop for an All Hallow’s Eve at Refuge, a venue where freaky costume attire is more commonplace than work-ready threads. The fifth annual Thriller dance party also features an array of acts in support of Farina, from Bay Area bass bumper Vndmg to L.A.’s (appropriately named) Pumpkin, not to mention G-funk regulator Warren G.


Where: Refuge
Address: 116 SE Yamhill St.

 
 
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