WAAF fans can have a screaming good time next weekend as the station hosts its “Halloween Thrillogy” at the Tsongas Arena in Lowell. The show will feature great music and lots of Halloween fun, including a costume contest where attendees could pocket $1,000.
Three bands will be performing. Van Halen frontman Sammy Hagar, a 2007 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee, will bring his solo rock presence, performing hits like “I Can’t Drive 55.” Grammy-nominated band Buckcherry is reunited and ready to rock with their new single “Nothing Left But Tears.” Australian band Sick Puppies made it big after their song “All the Same” was uploaded to YouTube to support the Free Hug Campaign. Their newest album, “Connect” was released in May, with hits such as “There’s No Going Back.”
Attendees are encouraged to wear their best Halloween costumes to the concert. The most awesome costume will take home a $1000 prize, while second and third place will win $500 and $250 respectively. On-air talent from WAAF, including LB, Greg Hill and Danielle will be emceeing the fright night festivities.
Tickets are available online, by visiting www.tsongascenter.com.
If You Go What: WAAF Halloween Thrillogy When: Fri. Oct. 25. Doors open at 6:30, show starts at 7:30 Where: The Tsongas Center, 300 Martin Luther King Jr. Way, Lowell How: Tickets are $37, by visiting www.tsongascenter.com