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Friday, May 13, 2022

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Fri, May 13th - 7:30pm
80s Prom Night Murder Mystery
80s Prom Night Murder Mystery

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Description: It’s prom night and all anyone can talk about is who is going to be named Prom King and Queen. Will it be the head cheerleader, the football quarterback, or a mathlete? While the guests at the high school prom are eagerly awaiting the royalty results, a MURDER OCCURS! It’s your job to help figure out whodunnit and save the evening for everyone. Each player is assigned a character and encouraged to dress in costume for the evening. You will receive your character assignment after you purchase your ticket to give you plenty of time to get in the mood. Your ticket includes three free wine samples to enjoy while we guide you through the game play. Submitted by: Hannah Magee Weston Wine Company

Fri, May 13th - 7:30pm

Fri, May 13th - 8:00pm
Clutch at The Cotillion
Clutch at The Cotillion

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Description: CLUTCH Special Guests The Sword and Nate Bergman Text CLUTCH to 49798 for venue presale info on 1/20 Text METAL to 49798 for concert updates. All Ages Support acts subject to change A limited number of table reservations are available by calling 316-722-4201 or in person at The Cotillion. Coat check is open during events to check your coats, merch and more. All sales are final. No exchanges or refunds unless a show is cancelled or postponed. COVID-19 Show Policy: There are no restrictions on this show but we encourage face masks when you can not social distance and ask that you stay home if you are feeling sick or have been exposed recently to someone with COVID-19. Formed in 1991 in Germantown, MD, Clutch features Neil Fallon (vocals), Tim Sult (guitar), Dan Maines (bass), and Jean-Paul Gaster (drums). The band built a local following through constant gigging. After releasing the classic 7” single “Pitchfork,” the band caught the attention of Earache Records. Earache released the legendary Passive Restraints EP. Shortly after the release of Passive Restraints, EastWest Records signed the band. Their debut LP, Transnational Speedway League... , followed in 1993. A self-titled album appeared two years later on Atlantic Records and afforded Clutch their first mainstream exposure, as the label released a trilogy of psychedelic-tinged singles, "Big News," "Spacegrass," and "Escape from the Prison Planet." A lengthy and very successful North American tour with Marilyn Manson put an exclamation point on this early part of Clutch's career. The band jumped to the larger Columbia label for 1998's Elephant Riders . Clutch re-joined the Atlantic ranks in 2001 for their 4th studio album, the six-figure selling Pure Rock Fury. The band enjoyed their first Top 40 single, "Careful With That Mic.” A year later, however, the band was tortured with label problems, and it was three years before the sonically brilliant Blast Tyrant was released by indie label DRT Entertainment. In the meantime, the band had self-released the studio album Jam Room, and their first concert release Live at the Googleplex on their own River Road Records. These two pieces would eventually see the surface through Megaforce Records a few years later. The 36-month period from 2004 to 2007 saw heavy, non-stop touring of North America and England, mainland Europe, the Scandinavian territories, and Australia. The band was now in top playing shape and writing the most challenging material of their career. With a decade of experience behind them, Clutch was now passing or outlasting most of their mid/late 90's contemporaries. Clutch's 7th studio album, 2005's Robot Hive/Exodus (DRT), produced by J. Robbins, was another breakthrough release, showcasing a diversity most rock bands could never dream of pulling off. 2007's From Beale Street to Oblivion took off where RH/E's final track "Gravel Road" left off. A hardened, simple blues approach with power took the former Germantown High School compatriots to the next level. The album’s lead single, "Electric Worry," wasn't just another successful Top 40 rock single, with its anthem-like chorus and high energy guitar jam/drum solo climax making it an instant Clutch classic. Submitted by: Box Office The Cotillion

Fri, May 13th - 8:00pm

Fri, May 13th - 8:00pm
Ghost Tours of Kansas Serendipity Public Ghost Hunt
Ghost Tours of Kansas Serendipity Public Ghost Hunt

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Description: Serendipity Public Ghost Hunt Ghost Tours of Kansas along with Serendipity have joined forces to offer another Public Ghost Hunt. The previous ghost hunts were so successful we are bringing you a fantastic evening of more ghost hunting of 4 proven haunted buildings. Ghost Tours of Kansas staff will be your host team. Cost for the event is 25.00-30.00 per person. Bring your ghost hunting equipment if you like. Ghost hunting equipment will also be provided. Mag lights have been very successful communicating with spirits along with k-2's and camera's of course. Several of the ghost hunts includeSerendipity is located at 820 North Kansas Avenue in NOTO arts district. Be sure to check out the schedule for special guests including Psychic Jo Flower's and Lena Townsend. Purchase tickets at, 785-851-0856 Recommended age is 12 and above. Friday, May 13, 8PM Ghost hunt hosted by Ghost Tours of Kansas 25.00 per person 8-11:00PM Friday, June 24, 8PM- Extra special guest will be psychic Jo Flower’s performing a gallery channeling session prior to the hunt 8-11:30PM 30.00. Jo will be available for private readings for a fee. Friday, September 30, 8PM- Extra special guest will be psychic Jo Flower’s performing a gallery channeling session prior to the hunt. 8-11:30PM 30.00. Jo will be available for private readings for a fee. Friday, October 14, 8PM- Extra special guest will be Psychic Lena Townsend of Peaceful Whispers who will be performing a gallery channeling session prior to the ghost hunt and will be available for private readings for a fee. Cost for the channeling session and ghost hunt is 30.00 per person. 820 North Kansas Ave NOTO Arts District Topeka, KS 66608 Submitted by: Cathy Ramirez Ghost Tours of Kansas

Fri, May 13th - 8:00pm


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