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TL;DR People say Money can't buy happiness. For car guys, that's bullshit.
The Mustang overtook the 911 in sales recently, becoming the most popular sports coupe in Germany. I owned a 2019 Focus ST before, had it in the shop for service, and the dealer hat a Bullitt for display at that time. My dealer gave me that one for the weekend. It was almost factory new, only 200km on it. When I returned it two and a half days later, it was >1.000km, and I was the happiest man I had been in months, since I got my baby cat. I always wanted to own a sports car, and coming from a low middle class background, it always seemed to be unrealistic to ever make that dream come true.
Americans, consider, Mustangs are not very popular in Germany. They are rare, exotic, sports cars. Ford's flagship. There are no low end specs. The EcoBoost started at 40.000€, V8s are >50.000€. Shelbys are only available through import and I have only seen one or two 350s in my life. This price though is an amazing deal. If you go see your local Mercedes, BMW or Audi dealer and ask for a performance car around 400-500hp with a V8 they'll ask you some six digits. Sure, quality is way higher. I see that every day. But is that worth double the money, when you're aiming for driving experience and fun mainly?
So anyway, I returned the Bullitt on a Monday, got my ST back. On Tuesday I took the morning off and went back to the dealer, told him "let's do some calculations". The same Friday, November 24, 2020, I placed my Order for a green Bullitt. Regular seats because the Recaros are not heated, and with the Magneride. This felt unreal. I was shaking on the way home. I floored the ST, went 270km/h (165mph) on the empty Autobahn. It didn't feel the same. Like i was on half the engine. It was the right decision. The financials were tight, but wouldn't ruin me. For the next months I'd be an excited child on the day before christmas eve. I watched videos, reviews, listened to the sound of the car during work, day by day it got more intense. I could not take it anymore.
Until one day in early March 2021 the dealer called. My car left the ship, it's on the road. They'd need some time for registration and checks, in two weeks I could get it. They just had to replace a door that was damaged during transport, which I didn't care much about. I took hours to choose a license plate. I couldn't work, no chance I'd be able to focus.
Friday, March 26. A call. Come get your car next Wednesday. I called my boss, took the whole week off. I wouldn't get out of that car until Sunday anyway.
And from here on, the fairytail is basically over. I picked it up, signed, sent the money. Went for the first wash - because for some reason, Ford doesn't wash new cars before the handover?!
Oh shit. A scratch. Another one. Oh no. The whole car was fucked up from the long transport. It was so dusty when i got it, I didn't see any of them in the shop. I drove straight back to the shop, pissed as fuck, asking them what the fuck kind of treatment that was for somebody who bought the most expensive car in the portfolio. Guess what? They agreed to fix the paint for free, and I had to take one of their Fiesta rentals until then. 70hp 1.0 3cylinder. I was so mad... Anyway, another two weeks later I got it back. As soon as I start the engine I forgot everything and got a smile wide across my face.
It's loud, it vibrates, it accelerates. People stare at me. Neighbors ask funny questions, if I won a lottery or a rich uncle died. It turns me, usually a rather cold, calculating personality, emotional. This is exactly what I always wanted. It's like getting together with the girl you've dreamed of all your teenage years. And, surprisingly, for somebody with no children and a single household, a surprisingly convenient car. The trunk fits the groceries, the gas efficiency isn't as bad as an AMG or a Porsche. I am back to doing joy rides, I find an excuse to drive every day. I even took it on business trips, although I got a business car which my employer pays, and I may use freely for private purpose.
When it comes to parking it's a pain. I moved to a new place, with underground garage. The ramp is so tight, after getting in for the first time I didn't drive it for a week, being to scared of damaging it on the way out. Lots in europe are not built for american cars. The doors are so long, I need to occupy two spots, or get really close to the car to my right. But that's fine. The whole lot looks at me. What a guy. People take pictures of the car. I feel amazing.
In terms of financials, well the purchase was significant, but calculated and worth it. Upkeep though, damn. Gas prices increased by >60% since covid struck. I pay >2€ per liter. That's 100-120€ a fill. Two weeks worth of groceries for gf and me, which I can blast in 2-3h of driving. Taxes are 700€ / year and the insurance started at 2.400€ / year, for me, who previous to the ST didn't own a car in a while, so no significant discounts. The car, including the leasing, takes a quarter of my salery (after taxes and social insurance), more than rent.
Would I do it again? Definitely! The car provides joy to my life. A smile everytime I need to leave the house. A reason to get up and not feel bad because I have to go to work - no - it's an oportunity to drive. Is it affordable? Well, I got a good job. My salery is well above average. I can't buy as many other luxury goods as I would sometimes like to. It's certainly not a thing anybody can do. Hell, my monthly expenses exceed my mothers' salery. But she's happy that I can live my dream, and so am I.
I need to sell my 2020 mustang gt (manual) or trade it in for an automatic sedan that has decent power. I've already accepted that there are no cars that will give me anywhere near the same performance at the price our cars go for. The most I can spend on the next luxury/performance sedan is around 60~75k, brand new or CPO. I'm considering the Lexus IS-F Sport models like the 350 or 500, used Cadillac CTS-V, and maybe an Audi. Which sedan (yeamodel/brand) would you buy in today's market with said budget considering performance, interior, handling, reliability, etc.. coming from a Mustang GT. submitted by
The story of Amber Heard's Mustang looks like a funny story about a husband pranking his wife. But it's really a sad tale of loss and betrayal.
In 2014, Johnny Depp arranged to have them appear on the reality show Overhaulin'.
It was basically a copy of the show Pimp My Ride
but with 100% fewer rappers. Everyone loved the story of Amber Heard’s car being stolen four times
but there's a lot more under the hood. Many treat the story like a big heartwarming joke but something more sinister was happening behind the scenes.
Kind of like when I went to see The Dark Knight
and a 5-year-old started screaming over Joker's scarred face. Like the Overhaulin'
episode, it looks like a feel-good kid's movie on the outside but it's very dark.
In the Overhaulin'
episode "In Too Depp" (2015) Depp approaches the show to restore Amber Heard's favorite car. A 1968 vintage Mustang. Chris Jacobs and his team secretly take her car while she's out and wait for her to discover it's gone.
When she thinks her beloved Mustang had been stolen for the third time she's furious. Depp and Amber Heard's father, David, pretend to call the police. Jacobs and his team pretend to be police officers and make a show of looking starstruck by her. Even taking selfies with their cellphones. She explodes with anger yelling "Get my car back!" It's pretty heart-breaking or it appears to be. (wink wink)
Why did she seem to get so upset? First, we have to look into what the car meant to her.
Amber Heard's Love of Her Mustang
“Maybe it's the Texan in me, but I've always been into muscle cars,” she told the Daily Sunday Mail.
“My '68 Mustang is my favorite. I love cars that have character, and I've had a number of them, including a '63 Checker and a '67 Mercedes.” She and Guy Fieri have a lot in common.
In 2003, at 17 years old, Heard was an up-and-coming actress in Los Angeles. She bought the 'Stang with every penny she had. The Mustang was in bad shape but she loved it. "I bought it as kind of a driveable piece of junk, a beautiful piece of junk," she said. “The car cost me every dime I had and continued to cost me for the first eight years that I lived in LA.”
The car was old and, after 30 years, needed a lot of upkeep and maintenance but that didn't bother her. “I just have to do the maintenance and repair the damage," she said. "My dad taught me enough about cars so that I'd never have to ask a man on the side of the road for help: I hotwire my own cars.” But there was a bigger problem.
Over the years the car became the target of car thieves. But these weren't the Nicolas Cage Gone in 60 Seconds
kind. The silver Mustang was stolen three times over the 12 years she owned it. She told Sunday Mail
, “I park it on the street for one minute and someone takes it for a joyride but they always recover it." The last time it was stolen it disappeared for six months.
“[Each time it was stolen ] I would upgrade my system of security only to be [foiled again],” the actress told talk show host Jimmy Kimmel. “I found it every time – one time it took six months but they got it. They gutted it pretty good the last time; that crushed me pretty good.”
The thieves gutted the entire car out for parts and sold the stolen components for profit. When it was recovered it was in shambles and Heard was working to rebuild it. Kind of like when you cross a Mustang and an elephant. What do you get? A convertible with a big trunk.
Apparently, her reactions in the episodes are staged and she knew all about the plan. She later said that she and Johnny both decided to put the car on the show. More about that later but when people say she's not a good actress they should watch the episode.
Overhaulin' Amber Heard's Mustang
The "stolen car" trick was a common tactic on the show. After it was towed to the shop the team got to work.
California-based automotive designer Chip Foose and the group restored the car from silver to red and upgraded it with an all-white interior. When Amber sees the car she says, "I'm blown away! I'm speechless. I can't believe all of this."
While many articles say Johnny Depp spent thousands of dollars to upgrade the car's look that's only partially true. Most of the restoration cost is covered by the show's producers. She addressed this during the UK trial:
Q. The problem is, I suggest for you, is that you know that the reality of that car was that Mr. Depp was doing you a favour. In fact, he had organised for you to have that car restored and it was featured on a show, so we can actually see footage of it, can we not; is that right?
A. Actually, it was only agreed to be on that show when I found out that it would save him the money in having to actually pay for the restoration. If I agreed to have it be on the show and appear on the show, they were to take care of the costs. What I did not anticipate is that they would only take care of the superficial costs for the show and the actual mechanical work on the inside still needed to be done and paid for and that was left with Johnny's mechanic, who then gave me the bill. Johnny left me with it so I ended up paying for that car.
So it actually saved Depp money to have it on the show. Whatever he put into it was a fraction of the cost. The episode aired on November 4, 2015, and was a hit.
It's another happy ending for Overhaulin'
. Johnny Depp got great PR. But what about Amber Heard?
The car looked great on the outside but on the inside, it was a mess. Not only was there still work to do but the Overhaulin'
team messed up some of the work that Heard had already done. Amber always drove herself and never used a chauffeur. The guy was always trying to drive her away.
So she hired a mechanic who worked with Johnny Depp and the show, named David Killackey. Amber Heard wanted him to help her with some features and repair the car needed. It took a long time. The repairs continued even after Depp and Heard divorced in 2016. Amber Heard assumed the costs would be covered by the network and by her ex-husband but she was wrong. Like an expensive Chinese dinner with friends, the check never got split fairly. "What's with all the imported beers, Bob?"
Killackey said in his statement
, "Approximately June 2016 I received direction from Kevin Murphy to separate the billing on work related to the Mustang. I was told to continue billing Johnny for work performed on his vehicles and to invoice Amber directly for work performed on her Mustang. I immediately informed Amber of the instructions I had been given by Mr. Murphy."
Amber Heard was furious because they had a legal agreement for Depp to pay her bills. The mechanic demanded a copy of the agreement but it was privileged. After this, he refused to return her car until she paid him in cash. Of course by this time Johnny Depp had already begun to swamp her in legal bills and ruin her career with lies and accusations. his financial abuse was reaching its highest point and now she didn't even have her beloved 1968 Mustang.
Mechanic Used to Make Her Look Crazy
When the trial started they used her normal reaction to having someone screw her over for money to attack her credibility.
The judge determined in the Fairfax trial that Depp and his lawyers intentionally leaked David Killackey’s witness statement
to a website. In part B of the argument, it says, "These Declarations were leaked to a website, which published them ... Only the Killackey Declaration has been produced in discovery to Ms. Heard, and only after it was leaked."
We don't know what ever happened to Amber Heard's beloved 1968 Chevy Mustang. The current location of the 1968 Mustang is unknown. Kind of like Johnny Depp's career.
But in November 2021 she posted on her personal Instagram
that the car is long gone. She shared a picture of her in the restored Mustang with the caption "Missing my ride or die #tbt".
Since the trial, this story has been plagued with misinformation. Most people make it sound like Johnny Depp was a loving husband pranking his wife and paying to restore a crazy demanding wife's car. In reality, it's the story of a couple trying to fix a car and a jealous husband who stuck her with repair costs.
Turns out he was a "Pie Rat of the Car-beans".
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* 3 - 11 PM | Parrots and Pirates Night
| Hollow Spirits, 1324 1st St. NW | Come out to Hollow Spirits to show support for Birds of A Feather Parrot rescue of New Mexico. This is a family friendly event with raffle prizes and more. Birds are welcome to come but it will be on the outside patio! Come dressed up in your best pirate outfit! 6 PM | Trek Albuquerque Halloween Ride
| Trek Bicycle Albuquerque, 5000 Menaul Blvd., NE, Ste A | Let’s get spooky! Join us for a fun and casual no-drop ride. Afterward, indulge in a few tricks AND treats at our Halloween party. Helmets are required, and lights will come in candy – oops... we mean handy. Let’s have a howling good time! 7 - 10 PM | Tractor of Terror: Halloween
| Tractor Brewing - Wells Park, 1800 4th St. NW | The third and final film in the Tick-R-Terror series for October, we got the slasher that started it ALL, Halloween starring Jamie Lee Curtis! Fifteen years after murdering his sister on Halloween night 1963, Michael Myers escapes from a mental hospital and returns to the small town of Haddonfield, Illinois to kill again. This is a free show so get here early! Event starts at 7. Movie starts at 8. 9 PM - 2 AM | emoween
| Effex, 420 Central Ave | EMOWEEN: Emo Night ABQ. Often imitated, never duplicated, come cry along to songs by the bands you grew up with spun by the saddest DJ’s. ** Fri 10/28 *\
* 11 AM - 2:30 PM | The 50th Celebration Family Fall Festival
| PB&J Family Services, 208 San Pablo St. SE | Come out to the SE PB&J location and enjoy free food, games, entertainment, and community resources in celebration of our 50 years! We will also be giving away free Halloween costumes for kids (subject to availability). 12 - 6 PM | Treat and Greet
| Frenchie & Co., 205 Silver Ave SW | please join us, for the first annual, treat and greet, here at Frenchie & Co. carnival themed, there will be games, prizes, and candy. consider this event, like a trunk or treat, with ten times the fun! come one, come all, and have yourself a little spooky fun. event begins, at the strike of noon, and will conclude at six pm, friday evening. wear a costume, and/or just join us for the carnival fun. child + doggie friendly, thank you for supporting small business, and happy halloween. 5 - 7 PM | Halloween Block Party
| Coldwell Banker Legacy, 6767 Academy Rd. NE | Trunk or Treat Event, DJ, Food Truck, Family Friendly 5 - 10 PM | Gin & Jazz & Magic
| Tractor Brewing - Wells Park, 1800 4th St. NW | We're injecting some wonder into this very special Halloween edition of Gin and Jazz! We have the wonderful Swing Magique opening things up at 5pm. Then the wonderous Magician Dave Grimm will be performing tricks that will leave you stunned! Then we'll close things out at 8pm with Burque Jazz Bandits until 10pm! 6 - 8 PM | WOC: Featuring Jazz Cuffee
| El Chante: Casa de Cultura LLC, 804 Park Ave SW | This month's feature heals with her words and her energy. Poeta Chingona, Jazz Cuffee!!! We will have some light refreshments and welcome anyone that would like to bring food to share. The show will run as follows: 30-45 min Self-identified women of color open mic, 30-40 min Feature, 15 min break, 30-20 min Ally open mic (time permitting) 6 - 9:30 PM | Rebel Bike Night "Halloween Style!"
| Lizard Tail Brewing Industrial, 3351 Columbia Dr. NE | YOUR Rebels are at it again. It's time for a Halloween themed Bike Night! More information will be out as we get it. Drawings, 50/50, food, music, costume contest, games and more importantly, raising money to help others. 6:30 PM | Fright Night: Death by Chocolate
| New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science, 1801 Mountain Rd., NW | Have a sensational sweet time at this year’s Fright Night: Death by Chocolate. Delight your senses as you explore our new exhibit Chocolate: The Exhibition. Then dance the night away next to our very own Bisti Beast. You will want to make sure you don’t miss our first Fractal show in over 2 years. Shows are available on a first come, first served basis and admission will be by donation/pay what you can. There will be two showings, at 7pm and 8pm. Don’t forget to dress your best as we will have costume contest (included with admission) and there will be prizes for the best overall costume and the most scientifically amazing. Tickets are $15 for general admission and $10 for museum members. Discounted tickets are only available at the Museum box office. This is a 21-and-over event, and ID must be provided upon check-in. 7 PM | Halloween Bash 2022
| Noisy Water Winery, 301 Romero St. NW | NWW ABQ will be hosting a thriller of a good time for Halloween 2022! Come join us for Scaryoke, a Halloween costume contest, a spooky raffle to win NWW wine and goodies, and a ghoulish sparkling wine to drink! Admission is $10/person, and tickets are available online as well as at the door! 7 - 10 PM | Dark & Stormy Haunted Ball
| Holiday Dance Studio, 5200 Eubank Blvd. NE, Ste D | Get ready for a chilling evening of ominous elegance as you dance the night away! A Swing lesson will start the evening at 7pm followed by open dancing to the frightful sounds of the haunted season! "Ghouli-cious" refreshments will be served. $30 admission 7:30 PM | Halloween Banger ft. Paul Wall
| The Jam Spot, 415 Central Ave | Prettyboifly Ent. Presents: Paul Wall, Taylor Dread, & more 8 PM | Baracutanga
| Marble Brewery, 111 Marble Ave NW | Come join us as we return to one of our top favorites stages with the usual energy and vibrant South American music. BARACUTANGA. A Community of Rhythm, Music and Culture. Baracutanga is a seven-piece band, representing four different countries (Bolivia, Ecuador, Peru, USA), that blends South American ancestral traditions with a modern sensibility, whose exciting and distinct Latin flavor keeps crowds dancing and always wanting more. Baracutanga creates songs that cross linguistic and cultural barriers, building bridges between the south and the north, overcoming the barriers of discrimination and promoting intercultural experiences that empower Latinos and all people with a positive message of self-affirmation. 8 PM | Vanilla Pop Halloween Show
| Hotel Andaluz, 125 2nd St. NW | Even though every show is like Halloween for us, we want you to come out in your full Halloween regalia! (click for tickets) 9 PM - 2 AM | Sage Armstrong
| Effex, 420 Central Ave | Dirtybird veteran Sage Armstrong coming back ABQ to make his Effex Rooftop Debut for We House Fridays Halloween Edition 🎃 Costumes Highly Encouraged. Support By: Xblyssid + Ali.Romero. 21+ With Valid ID. Cover Charge at Door. Sage Armstrong began making waves in the house music scene with his debut Dirtybird release, ‘What’s Yo Tempetcha? Grown in the South, he has been influenced by a multitude of different genres that continue to inspire his creative flow in the studio and on stage. He has created his own style by adding unique elements that give off a vibe of bouncy underground beats with original vocals. Sage continues making music with no creative boundaries after receiving support from some of his favorite Dirtybird artists like Justin Martin and the boss man himself, Claude VonStroke. ** Sat 10/29 *\
* 9 AM | Boo at the Zoo
| ABQ BioPark, 903 10th St. SW | Presented by After Hours Pediatrics, Boo at the Zoo is back, and we hope you're ready for a howling good time at the Zoo and trick-or-treating, too! We welcome you to eat, drink, and be scary as we turn our Zoo into a menagerie macabre for one day only. Lift your spirits with fun educational activities, a craft and pumpkin-painting enrichment station, boo-riffic games and more! This fun family event is a New Mexico BioPark Society fundraiser in support of the ABQ BioPark, so we invite you to come out and have a wicked good time for a ghoul-ishly good cause! Adults: $10, Children 3-12: $5, Children under 2: Free. > NMBPS For a limited time, we’re offering a 50% member discount for a limited number of Boo at the Zoo tickets. Enter your current member number when purchasing! While supplies last. > General Public tickets go on sale Monday, October 3. Please Note: This event is a special daytime fundraiser supporting the ABQ BioPark Zoo and is not included with regular admission. Timed tickets are required and must be purchased in advance. Unless labeled as Boo at the Zoo, no guest passes will be accepted on Sat, 10/29. 9 AM - 12 PM | 7th Hike to End Hunger
| Boxing Bear Brewing Co. Corrales Taproom, 10200 Corrales Rd. NW | Come walk, hike, run or bike with us to raise awareness about food insecurity in Albuquerque, NM! Rio Grande Food Project's Hike to End Hunger gathers individuals, families, companies and organizations to walk a 5.5 loop hike (or shorter) along the beautiful Bosque Trail north of Alameda. Join us to learn about the vision of RGFP and enjoy a casual, fun day for an amazing cause - alleviating hunger and cultivating long-term food security in our communities. Meet us in the parking lot of Boxing Bear Brewing Co. Corrales Taproom! Brief program starts at 9:00am, Hike starts immediately after program. Purchase your awesome 2022 Hike to End Hunger t-shirt on this page, or at the event! After the hike, join us & enjoy food truck fare from Rollin' in Hot & delicious brews, ciders & non-alcoholic bevvies from Boxing Bear's fabulous Brew Team! (my work is hosting this event, so I will be there) 10 AM - 2 PM | Nature Niños Fall Fiesta
| Shady Lakes Trout & Bass Fishing, 11033 4th St. NW | Come join the Nature Niños team and our wonderful partners for our Fall Fiesta! 🍁 Come enjoy archery, fishing, small game processing demo, wilderness first aid demos, mud play, bird watching, edible plant station, wildlife calls and so much more!! 🎃 Interested I’m being a vendor at this event? Follow this link to sign up: https://www.natureninos.org/fallfiestavendors/
🍂This event is capped at 120 people due to our parking limitations. RSVP Here: https://www.natureninos.org/fallfiesta/
🍎 Donations are accepted but this event is FREE to the public! 10 AM - 4 PM | 3rd Annual Halloween photoshoot
| Jerry Cline Tennis Courts, 7001 Constitution Ave NE | it's our annual fundraiser to benefit ABQs homeless pets. Halloween photography, shot clinic, adoptions, bakes sales and more! 11 AM - 2 PM | Trunk or Treat 2022
| Legacy Church, 7201 Central Ave NW | This will be a free, exciting, family-oriented event with a safe environment that will bless the children of our church and the community! Trunk or treat will occur at our new building across from our Central Campus and our Clovis Campus on October 29th from 11am-2pm. Our new building across from Central Campus in Albuquerque: 7000 Central Ave SW Albuquerque, NM 87121. Clovis Campus in Clovis: 3401 N Norris St, Clovis, NM 88101. This afternoon is geared for the whole family! During the trunk or treating, we will be having food trucks and character experiences! You will have an opportunity to vote for your favorite-themed trunk as you check out each vehicle! 12:15 - 3:30 PM | Belles & Chimes New Mexico - Women & Non-Binary Tourney
| Sister, 407 Central Ave NW | Pinball tournament welcoming women and non-binary players of all skill levels at Sister in Albuquerque. Sign up starts around 11:00 a.m.; play starts at 12:15 p.m. Entry fee is $5 (all fees go toward prizes) + coin drop. Tournament format (subject to change) is a 2-hour flip frenzy qualifying with a 15 minute break at the halfway point. The top 4 players will play a single game of matchplay for final standings. 12:15 - 4 PM | Halloween Costume Contest
| Indian Motorcycle of Albuquerque, 4509 Alameda Blvd. NE | Open to all riders in New Mexico! Awards ride, explore, and challenge (click link for more info) 1 - 2:30 PM | Family Art Workshops
| Albuquerque Museum, 2000 Mountain Rd. NW | Stop by the Albuquerque Museum School during your visit to make an art project. We welcome families to the Museum with weekly opportunities to get creative together. All ages will enjoy our family art projects. Work on a new project each week. Try your hand working with a variety of art mediums — all materials supplied. Child and grown-up friendly! October 29 CLAY SKULL PLATES Celebrate Halloween and Día de los Muertos with an homage to a wonderful piece in the Museum’s collection, Green Plate with Skull by New Mexico artist Jerry Price. We will use our favorite Sheepdog air dry clay and colorful tempera paint to make our own splattered and otherworldly platters. 2 - 4 PM | Fall Festival & Trunk or Treat
| Faith Lutheran Church, 10000 Spain Rd. NE | Join us for this fall tradition for the whole family! This extravaganza includes games, food trucks, trunks to get candy from, music, snow cones and don't forget the prizes! This is a safe, fun, and FREE event for all ages and all families! For more information or questions please email: [[email protected]
) 3 - 5 PM | Truck - Or - Treat
| Albuquerque Revival Church, 124 Texas St. NE | Join us for Games, Music, Food, and of course, CANDY! 3 - 5 PM | Trunk or Treat
| Berean Baptist Church, 3800 Eubank Blvd. NE | There will be an indoor obstacle course, food trucks, a photo booth, and most importantly CANDY! When you arrive, register to win the drawing for one of three awesome prizes: * First Place - a one year membership for a family of four to the ABQ Biopark/Zoo *Second & Third Place - a $50 Visa Gift Card. Don't miss out on this night of family fun! 4 PM | Ghouls on Parade: Halloween Festival & Parade 2022
| Morningside Park, 300 Aliso Dr. SE | THIS IS A FREE EVENT! Welcome to Ghouls on Parade presented by New Mexico Entertainment Magazine. Ghouls on Parade is a festival and costume parade celebrating the spirit of Halloween. The festival section of the event will take place at Morningside Park (between Aliso and Morningside and Silver and Lead) from 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm. The festival will include a kiddie carnival corner with jumpers, face painting, local performers, and businesses sharing their goods and products. At roughly 6:15 pm, we will have a costume parade down Silver Avenue between Morningside Dr. and Washington St. During that time kids will be provided candy, adding to their Ghouls on Parade experience. We are currently looking for performers, participants, businesses, and vendors to take part. Contact us at [[email protected]
) or http://www.nmentertains.com/ghouls-on-parade
for more information. 4 - 8 PM | New Mexico Mustangs Girls Hockey Fundraiser
| Chipotle, 8120 San Pedro Dr. NE | Another FUNdraiser for the New Mexico Mustangs Girls Hockey team. Come to Chipotle, have dinner, and support a great team. We will need a minimum of $150 in total sales to receive 33% and have a great fundraiser. Show them this event to have your order qualify. (click link for more info and online order instructions) 4 - 9 PM | Glow and Show
| Overlook Park, 580 Overlook Dr., White Rock
| A Halloweekend Event, like we have never had before - a Halloween Glow and Show! Travel down to Overlook Park, in White Rock for this FREE event where we will have the Los Alamos Arts Council Pumpkin Glow, music, food, games, fun and FIREWORKS! Music, Food, and Fun starts at 4pm - Pumpkin Glow starts at 6pm. - Fireworks start at 8:30pm. We encourage attendees to either walk to the park or catch a bus from the White Rock Visitor Center or from Sullivan Field, in Los Alamos. Parking is limited within the park, and is available for advance purchase as Premium Parking for $10 via: https://tinyurl.com/PumpkinPremiumParking
One pass per vehicle. If Parking Passes are purchased online, purchasers must pick up the physical pass at the front desk at the Los Alamos County Aquatic Center before Oct. 28th at 12pm. Handicap parking is available for free, with proof of a handicap placard. (hosted by Los Alamos County Community Services Dept and Kiwanis Club of Los Alamos) 4 PM - 12 AM | The 5th Annual Halloween Bar Crawl
| The Library, 312 Central Ave SW | Get Your Tickets Now‼️ -> www.crawlwith.us/albuquerque/halloween#tickets
Join The Event That Keeps Getting Bigger! 2019 - 189 Crawlers, 2020 - COVID, 2021 - 605 Crawlers, 2022 - 750+ People Expected! What You Get: 🏆 $1,000 Grand Prize Costume Contest Entry* 🍻 2 Drinks Or Shots Included With Ticket! 🥤 Crawl With US Stadium Cup! (First 400 Check Ins) 🍻 Exclusive Drink Specials 😋 Food Specials At Partner Venues! 👍 Waived Cover At All Venues ($5-$15 at Some Venues Without Ticket) 📸 Professional Photographers! 🔥 Awesome After Party! 🎟️Custom Halloween Badge With Vouchers. Check in time: 4 - 6 PM. Crawl locations: Boese Brothers, Bourbon and Boots, Damacios, Red Door, Side Effex, The Library, Thirsty Eye. After Party: The Library. (click link for full info) 5 - 8 PM | Closing Reception: A Companion for Departure
| Sanitary Tortilla Factory, 401 2nd St. SW | A Companion for Departure by Billy Joe Miller and Bethany Springer closing reception will take place on Saturday, October 29th from 5 – 8 pm. Poet Lauren Camp will contribute to the closing reception of a public reading of work that is produced from a collaborative exchange of ideas positing A Companion for Departure. This reception is free and open to the public. In this collective moment of vulnerability, Springer and Miller lose themselves to embark on a shared journey that bridges the familiar and unfamiliar, seeking points of contact between the enigmatic terrain of the body, mortality, and a projected home in outer space. In a series of conversations spanning over a year, the artists shared experiences that ultimately and profoundly shaped the creation of work. These call-and-response discussions mined the limitations and possibilities of the body, thresholds of loss and resurrection, increasing competition for natural resources held by a planet in crisis, and wonder for the mysteries of the universe as they unfold. Music perpetually materialized as a point of departure and arrival – as a result, song lyrics are woven through the exhibition. Deciphering what was found, the created works coexist as coordinates in a synthesized map, as companions in a metamorphosis processing historical space, memorials, time capsules and artifacts in their wake. 6 PM | The FreQ-Show
| JUNO, 1501 1st St. NW | Once again we are calling all Witches and Warlocks, ghosts and ghoullies, and all hallowed souls! Come one, come all and enjoy a night of Eclectic music that is sure to rattle them bones and shake the cobwebs away!! Join us October 29th at Juno for an evening of potent brews, spine tingling freQuencies, and Bass that will wake the dead! We have an amazing lineup of local spooksters, as well as a Special Guest and sonic wizard known as Sleep Mode!! Joining us for the evening all the way from California! We hope to see you! Come say hello, jam with some friends and prepare for a grand ole Halloween. Costumes are very much encouraged but please mind the rules of the establishment. There will be a small $5 dollar cover for a full evening of Beats and Brews! 6 - 11:30 PM | Halloween Party with Adobe Disco
| Sidetrack Brewing Co., 413 2nd St. SW | All you ghouls and goblins are invited to dance at the Night of the Railyard Reaper with Adobe Disco. 6:30 - 9:30 PM | Halloween Bash
| Skidmore's Holiday Bowl, 7515 Lomas Blvd. NE | Halloween bash with DESIGNATED MIND! **Costume Contest **FREE pumpkin raffle/giveaway **FREE raffle for DM band t-shirt every break. Good Food & Drinks, and CLASSIC ROCK at its BEST! 7 PM | The "Thrilla 80’s Halloween, Zombie, Apocalypse"
| Sister, 407 Central Ave NW | An 80’s Zombie Bash featuring all your favorite videos and music you love to sing along to. From the decade that brought you Big Hair, MTV, A-Ha, B52’s, David Bowie, Devo, The Cure, Madonna, Prince, Soft Cell, Violent Femmes, Dead or Alive, Depeche Mode, Rick Springfield, Cyndi Lauper, Modern English, Joan Jett, and so many more!! And of course MICHAEL JACKSON, including the Thriller Dance!! With 80’s DJ Brad Cole, from the FLASHBACK 80’s events. Taking you on a trip thru the MTV generation. We will hit capacity, so get out early! • Big 80’s Video Music projections & TV’s • All your favorite 80’s Music videos • Nonstop party music … • This is a party designed for fun.. • Come as you desire 80’s or Zombie or something! • Costumes are a must !! • Doors, 7:pm • Cover $10 before 9pm - $15 after 10pm • No pre-sale tickets arrive early this will sell out! 7 PM | Night of the Living Cover Bands: Night 7
| Launchpad, 618 Central Ave SW | Night of the Living Cover Bands returns stronger and bigger than ever this year at the Launchpad. Get ready for 8 nights of killer covers from some of our favorite local bands. All shows are 21+. 6pm Doors. $8 Advance. $10 Door. $50 Festival Pass for all 8 shows! https://tinyurl.com/notlcbpass
Night 7 Featuring: Sorry Guero as NWA, SHREWD as Thin Lizzy, Mango Cakes as Harry Styles, Jd Nash and Benny Bassett as Flight of the Concords, Amped Owl Drive as My Chemical Romance, Los Mocos as The Cramps, Lithopadeon & Brandon as Van Halen, Sacred 20'S as Blitz Kid, Late Night Fist Fight as Good Charlotte, Jolynn Alarid as Shania Twain, Smoke & Mirrors as Depeche Mode, Stankenstein as Janis Joplin 7 PM - 12 AM | Costume Contest
| Lizard Tail Brewing Industrial, 3351 Columbia Dr. NE | We're having a costume contest! Saturday, October 29th with special guest Bad Habit! 1st, 2nd and 3rd place prizes will be awarded! Let's see how spooky you all can be! Bad Habit & The Enablers 7 PM - 12 AM | Stranger Things Arcade Carnival & Bazaar
| Tractor Brewing - Wells Park, 1800 4th St. NW | It's back! In celebration of Halloween and Season 4 of the hit Netflix show Stranger Things, Tractor Brewing and Blackout Theatre Company have teamed up to bring you yet another evening of the Strangest Things in Albuquerque! Since we're going back to our original form, and we're going big with classic retro arcade games (all free play), art, and entertainment. Booths of the strange from spankings by Self Serve Sexuality Resource Center, to magic by Dave Grimm, tarot card reader, printing, and lots of spooky vendors by the incredible Spectral Youth. Dance to 80's beats brought to you by DJ Riff Rat and DJ Ren at 7pm. Play one of the 12 plus arcade games making their home at Tractor for the evening. Hungry? Munch down on muchies from the delicious food trucks! At 8pm, Blackout Theatre Company will be hosting sketch comedy on our inside stage. Then get your buts back outside to our big stage with No Manners playing Kate Bush's Running Up That Hill along with they're killer originals! And finally close out the night with some headbanging with Powerhouse playing Metallica's Master of Puppets along with some heavy metal originals and covers! Embrace the Strange and get in on early bird pricing for just $10! https://holdmyticket.com/event/400238 7:15 - 10:15 PM | Duke City Swing SPOOKTACULAR
| Duke City Swing, 222 Truman St. NE | Swing SPOOKtacular featuring the Burque Jazz Bandits! (A special SATURDAY dance) $10 entry. Photo booth, costume contest, snacks, and dancing to one of the best swing bands in town. The party will be at 222 Truman, with a beginner drop-in lesson at 7:15 and the Bandits starting at 8. 8 PM | Salsaween-Andy’s Legendary Halloween Costume Party & Flor’sBig40
| 9300 Riverfront Dr. NW | Club Casita (Yuki & Nubia) will be joining forces with the Flor Bebesita Karime in hosting this year's Andy's Legendary Halloween Costume Party 🎃!! In addition we'll be celebrating Flor's BIG 40❗️ music by dj Louie & dj Mike coming in from our neighboring city El Paso, TX !!! Free Event, 21+ Party, Guests (Bring Drinks to Share) appetizers will be provided, come ready to dance till you drop 8 PM | 90s Halloween
| Bow & Arrow Brewing Co., 608 McKnight Ave NW | Costume contest, DJ Rey Cantil, Spooky Brews, Dark Harvest Beer Release! 8 - 11 PM | Fright Night Costume & Dance Party
| Marble Brewery, 111 Marble Ave NW | Join us for a spooky dance party featuring a DJ Battle between DJ Flo Fader & TJ the DJ. Be sure to show up in your best dressed costume for a chance to win prizes! 21+ event 8 - 11 PM | DJ Wae Fonkey Halloween Set
| Tractor Brewing Company, 118 Tulane Dr. SE | DJ Wae Fonkey will be spinning a set so thrilling it will scare your socks off the dance floor! 8 PM - 2 AM | AfterDark On The Block
| Downtown ABQ Halloween Party | Insideout, 622 Central Ave SW | We got your Halloween Weekend Party ABQ. Join us at Insideout Downtown with super fun hometown DJ line-up will be spinning hip-hop, latin and house all night. Costumes highly encouraged, full bar will be available with Halloween themed drink specials, Halloween Decorations and More. Music starts at 8PM. Cover Charge at Door. 21+ with Valid ID 8 PM - 2 AM | One Scary Night
| The Salt Yard - West, 3700 Ellison Dr. NW | The Scariest Halloween Party in the 505! Costume contest with $1,000 grand prize. DJ J. Steele and DJ Tony. Doors open at 8pm. 21+ event. No in and out privileges. 10 PM | Albuquerque Witches’ Ball: Mask-erade
| NM Black Cat Cultural Enterprises, 3015 Monte Vista Blvd NE | Come one, come all to the Witches' Ball! Join us for a spooky good time and dance to the best Halloween / Sambain music mix this side of the veil! Masks of all kinds welcome! Music, dancing, vendors, costumes, cabaret performances, psychic readings, and more! $10 suggested donation. Tickets available at eventbrite and at the door. 18+ (bring valid ID). Potluck with some food provided. Feel free to bring a dish to share. Mostly street parking plus small side lot -- carpooling strongly encouraged! Tickets are non-refundable but ARE transferable. ** Sun 10/30 *\
* 8:30 AM | Safari Run
| UNM Golf Course, 2201 Tucker Ave NE | Registration / Details at https://safarirun.org/
Kids Running Clinic: 8:30AM, Kids 1k Run: 9AM, 8k and 5k Run/Walks: 9:15AM, First 300 participants to register will get a beautiful hand-carved animal made in Kenya. We'll have some handmade baskets and other items for sale, as well. The course will be run mostly on a dirt path around the golf course with a few road segments. Since the event is right before Halloween, we're encouraging costumes and festive attire. Come join us! The Safari Run is Global Health Partnerships' premier fundraiser. Global Health Partnerships (GHP) is a non-profit organization based out of Albuquerque, New Mexico. It is comprised of medical professionals and other volunteers who work in partnership with the Kenya Health Ministry. Through this partnership, GHP provides support to the Kisesini Clinic in the form of medical supplies and training its nurses and community health volunteers. The emphasis of Global Health Partnerships in Kenya is on maternal and child health. 10 AM - 4 PM | Dia de Los Muertos Community Celebration of Life
| La Parada, 8917 4th St. NW | Bring the whole family and your pets for this beautiful celebration of life in community. 10:00am - 4:00pm Local Folk Art Vendors. 10:00am Free Sugar Skull Workshop. 11:00am Festival Food by Streetfood Institute and Farm & Table. 11:00am Pet Blessing. 12:00pm - 3:00pm Live Music by Juanita. Dia de los Muertos Community Altar. We are grateful for our community and look forward to gathering with you in celebration. 11 AM | Victorian Halloween Cemetery Picnic
| Historic Fairview Cemetery, 700 Yale Blvd. SE | Historic Fairview Cemetery is holding a Victorian-style picnic on Sunday, October 30 from 11:00 a.m. until dark. Bring your own picnic foods and drinks, folding chairs, tables and decor, and wear your Steampunk finery! Activities include a scavenger hunt with prizes, sugar skull T-shirt painting, and on-site vendors of Muerto-themed items. Other surprises are in store. A participation fee of $15 will help cover the port-a-potty and T-shirts. Cash only at the event. Please RSVP to Lisa Roberts by October 24. Call or text to 505-331-2888. Your response will help us plan how many T-shirts to purchase. See you at this fun event in the cemetery! 11 AM | KINGdom Haunted House Brunch
| The Kosmos Restaurant, 1715 5th St. NW | NM Drag Kings has chosen Elevated as the beneficiary for their October Drag King Brunch! We've got some great prizes from a bunch of great local businesses like Betty's Bath and Day Spa, Tractor Brewing, Evolution Body Piercing, Clowndog, AstroZombies, ABQ Ax, Marble Brewing, and more! Be sure to wear your costumes because there will definitely be a costume contest! And don't forget to bring money to tip the performers and food and drink servers! (click link for tickets) 11 AM - 4 PM | Trunk or Treat - Pop Up | Nob Hill Area
| Join us for a trunk or treat, pop up shop style! •TRICK OR TREATING •60+ LOCAL VENDORS •FOOD TRUCKS + DRINKS •CIRCUS PERFORMANCE SPONSORED BY Success smiles orthodontics and Cutting Edge Sharpening Service •LIVE MUSIC •MODIFIED CARS •COSTUME CONTEST •BOUNCE HOUSE. FREE EVENT! ALL AGES! HOSTED EXCLUSIVELY BY DELECTABLE BAKING CO! 12 PM | Turner & Grimes
| Tin Can Alley, 6110 Alameda Blvd NE | Inside the City's coolest foodcourt! 7 different places to grab lunch and Santa Fe Brewing to wet your whistle! We ain't afraid of no ghosts! Just 2 guys with guitars playing stripped down ACOUSTIC Rock/Pop/Folk classics and deeper cuts. 12 - 4 PM | Vadoween
| El Vado ABQ, 2500 Central Ave SW | Join us at the beautiful outdoor courtyard at El Vado for our 1st Annual Vadoween, Halloween celebration! DJ Primo Swift will be playing your favorite holiday hits!! We have lots of activities planned for adult and kids alike! - Costume Contest - Trick & Treats - Local Arts/Crafts Vendors - Food - Drinks - Fun! 2 PM | Passing the Torch Festival
| Marble Brewery, 111 Marble Ave NW | The New Mexico Academy of Rock and Blues annual music festival, Passing the Torch is so happy to be back! Join us as we celebrate music in and with our community! In partnership with UETF Albuquerque, OneAlbuquerque, and Marble Brewery, this is a yearly music festival not to be missed. Live music by Keith Sánchez and the MoonThieves, Reviva, and the Mango Cakes with special guest performances by NMARB musicians. Live paint by Nikki Zabicki. Music begins at 2pm. We can't wait to celebrate with you! 2 - 4 PM| Corrales Historical Society Speaker Series: Brujeria: Witchcraft in New Mexico History
| Historic Old San Ysidro Church, 966 Old Church Rd., Corrales
| New Mexico State Historian Rob Martinez presents “Brujeria: Witchcraft in New Mexico History” at the Historic Old San Ysidro Church in Corrales, NM on Sunday, October 30, 2:00 PM FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. 4 PM | Trunk or Treat!
| Grace Church, 6901 San Antonio Dr. NE | Open to everyone! 4 to 6pm - Fall Festival for all ages. Face painting, bounce houses, food trucks open for purchases. 6 to 8pm - Trunk or Treat with s'mores, candy, games, and more. No entry fee or registration required 4 - 6 PM | Trunk-or-Treat!
| Sandia Presbyterian Church, 10704 Paseo del Norte NE | Get your costume on and join us at Sandia Presbyterian Church parking lot for an afternoon of Fall Fun! THIS IS A FREE EVENT and all are invited to join us! Kids will get loads of candy and opportunities to play trunk games plus bounce houses, hot dogs, and live music! 4 - 7 PM | Reggae
| Rio Bravo Brewing Company, 1912 2nd St. NW | Live Reggae music at Rio Bravo. Featuring Joseph General and High Vibration, Bles Infinite, and Dj Edub! All Ages, No Cover 4 - 7 PM | Music on the Patio: Le Chat Lunatique
| Canteen Brewhouse, 2381 Aztec Rd. NE | As unpredictable, fearless, and entertaining as their namesake, Le Chat Lunatique purveys an addictive genre they call “filthy, mangy jazz,” a signature sound that makes you want to smoke and drink too much—if only you could get off the dance floor. They navigate through a wide range of genres, blending Western swing, classical, reggae, d00-wop, and “anything else we damn well please” into strikingly original compositions and audaciously reworked standards alike. 5:30 - 7:30 PM | Trunk-or-Treat
| First ABQ, 10101 Montgomery Blvd. NE | Bring the whole family! Enjoy CANDY, games, glow accessories, food, CANDY, prizes, did we mention CANDY?! You will get to vote on your favorite trunks/costumes! A free dinner will be provided to families who attend 6 PM | Special Samhain Ritual
| First Unitarian Church of Albuquerque, 3701 Carlisle Blvd. NE | Last year, we dedicated an altar in the back of the sanctuary to the memory of those who have died during the pandemic where we have placed names of lost loved ones on colored petals forming a beautiful flower. Samhain is a time of honoring ancestors and deceased loved ones. We will hold a ritual to offer these flower petals to a sacred flame and honor the memories of everyone named there. We invite all to attend, and if you placed a name on the altar, you are invited to read that name aloud, say anything on your heart, and place the petal in the flame. Afterward we will serve light refreshments and support each other in conversation and community 7 PM | Night of the Living Cover Bands: Night 8
| Launchpad, 618 Central Ave SW | Night of the Living Cover Bands returns stronger and bigger than ever this year at the Launchpad. Get ready for 8 nights of killer covers from some of our favorite local bands. All shows are 21+, 6pm Doors, $8 Adv, $10 Door, $50 Festival Pass for all 8 shows! https://tinyurl.com/notlcbpass
Night 8 Featuring: Coma Recovery as New Order, THC-Worm as Thee Oh Sees, Lowmello as The Strokes, Munirah as No Doubt, Walls Within as Flyleaf, No Manners as Willow, Street Fighters as Weezer, Eileen & the In-Betweens as The Beatles, WILGIRA / RMSM as Rush, The Ordinary Things as UFO, Dakota Hall Scott as Big Thief 9 PM | Halloween Party
| Cake Nightclub, 515 Central Ave | Fiesta Latina - Reggaeton - Latin House - Cumbia - Merengue and much more !! Ladies Free Entrance All Night ** Mon 10/31*\
** 5 - 8 PM |** Scare-a-ton Rewind
| Sheraton Albuquerque Uptown, 2600 Louisiana Blvd. NE | A retro Halloween experience bringing back costumes from the 70s, 80s, and 90s, Halloween Charity Carnival benefiting Locker #505 Student Clothing Bank, Trick or treating, games, concessions, cake walk, costume contest. For only $1.00 admission OR a new package of socks or underwear. Call 505-349-2520 for additional info 5:30 - 8 PM | Fall Fest
| Calvary Church, 4001 Osuna Rd. NE | Are you ready for a little family fun? This year’s Fall Fest is more fun-packed than ever, and the fun starts Monday, October 31, at 5:30 pm at our Osuna campus with live music, bounce houses, games and giveaways, and of course tons of candy. Dress up the whole crew in family-friendly costumes and you’re automatically entered in our costume contest. You could win an amazing prize in one of three categories: best group or family costume, best DIY (handmade) costume, and best costume overall. Bring your pre-carved pumpkin to enter our first-ever pumpkin carving contest. The crowd will select winners in two categories: ages 10 years old and under and ages 11 years old and over. Invite everyone and bring someone with you to our free Halloween-alternative event. Food trucks will be on campus, so plan to purchase dinner at the event. 7 PM | Halloween Costume Party
| Launchpad, 618 Central Ave SW | Featuring DJs Ren, RiffRat, Batboy and Moonside! $5 with costume, $8 without - any costume is welcome! It’s Halloween, after all. Expect a wild and electric night from our DJ team. We’re gonna play whatever the hell we want. And you can bet it’ll be crazy. We’re taking over the stage and main dance floor at Launchpad, so be ready for a serious Halloween party! We’re thrilled to be doing this event.
** 8:30 - 10 PM |** Halloween Costume Contest
| Tractor Brewing Company, 118 Tulane Dr. SE | Costume Contest after Dark Red Horror Film Festival! Let's get weird! Boo! Come dressed in your creepiest, funniest, or just strange costumes! Nothing is off limits! There will be 3 categories we are judging on: 1. Scariest, 2. Most Creative, 3. Best Partner (group) Prizes are FREE tickets to Meow Wolf in Santa Fe! This party is for EVERYONE! Although if you have a pass to the Dark Red Horror Film Festival , Tractor is offering $1 off of beers and ciders! Come and have fun, dress up and win some great prizes and dance to some great music by DJ Clout! If you'd like to buy tickets to the Dark Red Horror Film Festival, click here https://www.eventbrite.com/e/dark-red-horror-film-festival-tickets-416455538727
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