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The Itinerary: Oct. 20-26

Written by  Josh Veal and Revue staff
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Have you been to an orchard yet?

If not, I suggest you get out there quick! It’s what autumn is for after all, and between the chilly temps and falling leaves, it’s quite clear autumn is here.

There’s plenty else to do this weekend, of course, from concerts to haunted walks and more!

Here’s what’s on our radar for the week ahead:

GR Haunted Walk
GR Crime Tours
Oct. 22-23
grcrimetours.com

Discover the ghost stories, urban legends, and paranormal stories hidden in the shadows of Downtown Grand Rapids on this wickedly funny, hauntingly memorable walking tour. Each tour lasts around 2 hours, and takes place within the Downtown Refreshment Areas, which means you can grab an adult beverage and take it along with you. A special late-night tour will be featured on the 23rd at 10 p.m. This includes some additional mysteries and surprises! 

Haunted History of Kalamazoo
Bronson Park
Oct. 23, 8 p.m.
paranormalmichigan.com

If you’re eager to learn the supernatural history of Kalamazoo, look no further! The Haunted History Tours return on October 23rd and the 30th, and is a walking tour where the guides explain the history of the paranormal of designated locations. Even better, the authors of Paranormal Michigan will be leading the tour, passing on their paranormal knowledge onto you! This tour begins and ends at Bronson Park, but make sure to check out the plethora of other events while you’re in town. 

Beanies, Brews & Brunch
Pigeon Hill Brewing
895 4th St., Muskegon
Oct. 22, 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
facebook.com/pigeonhillbrew

On Saturday, October 22, 2022 the Harbor Hospice Foundation is celebrating with the lakeshore, Beanies, Brunch & Brews. It’s going to be a memorable event, complete with lively music, great brunch food, outdoor games, bonfires, tastes of craft beers from Pigeon Hill Brewing Company, and mini brunch selections from Hearthstone, Brunch House, and Morat's Bakery.

August Burns Red
The Intersection
133 Grandville Ave. SW, Grand Rapids
Oct. 22, 6 p.m.
sectionlive.com

August Burns Red are metalcore legends, and they’re revisiting the 2011 album Leveler on its 10th anniversary. The band already released an anniversary edition of the album with guest musicians, alternate tunings and new guitar solos. Now they’re bringing the show to Grand Rapids with this anniversary tour, featuring special guests Fit For A King, ERRA, and Like Moths to Flames.

All Time Low
GLC Live at 20 Monroe
11 Ottawa Ave. NW, Grand Rapids
Oct. 23, 6:30 p.m.
glcliveat20monroe.com

If you haven’t heard the news: 20 Monroe Live is now called GLC Live at 20 Monroe! As for this show, All Time Low are an iconic pop punk and rock band who helped define the scene in the 2000s with hits like “Dear Maria, Count Me In.” Now they’re visiting Grand Rapids, in part to support their sixth studio album, Future Hearts, which came out just weeks into the pandemic. Special guests nothing,nowhere. and Meet Me @ The Altar open the show.

Tanglewood Fall Festival
Tanglewood Winery
15811 Riley St., Holland
tanglewoodwinery.com

 Fall is in full swing! Join Tanglewood for this Fall Festival to enjoy all of the Autumn favorites: Bonfires, donuts, and of course — WINE! To celebrate another amazing harvest, we're offering you 25% off all cases of Apple Pie and 1/2 off full pours of Apple Pie! While sipping on your favorite wines (including Blue Blood while it lasts), enjoy a doughnut or two, hang out by the bonfire, and join in on our scavenger hunt with friends for the opportunity to win some Tanglewood swag!

 

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