Rambler Weekly Playlist & Blog: October 19th

Art by Moira Hedrick

Hey Y’all!

I’ve compiled a mix of chill pop songs to kick off your weekend! Check back next week for a playlist full of fresh Halloween beats. If you’re as into Halloween as I am, then you won’t wanna miss these Halloween events happening all around Lexington, some of which include haunted houses, cornfields, and even a zombie parade!

Jacobsen Park will be having their annual Fright Nights every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday! They’ve added a new Candy land show in addition to Dark Forest and 13 Doors, so get ready to be spooked.

Next Sunday, October 28th from 2pm-11pm is the annual Thriller parade where crowds of zombies will take over downtown Lexington, with the actual parade starting at 8:30pm. The crowd comprised of several hundred zombies will reenact Michael Jackson’s iconic Thriller music video all through Main Street!

As for events on campus, we have two that feature the visiting Sufi musician, Latif Bolat!

Tuesday, October 23rd @7:30pm in MFA Carrick Theater

Join Latif Bolat, a Sufi musician and poet, to experience a night full of Turkish Sufi music, dance, images, and poetry!

Wednesday, October 24th @10:30am in MFA Carrick Theater

There’s a will be a talk with Sufi musician and poet, Latif Bolat. Bolat will be giving a lecture on 1000 years of Turkish Sufi practices: philosophy, music, poetry, dance and rituals.