Things to do in Orlando, Oct. 20-26: The Hives, Playboi Carti, Spooky Empire, Bad Religion | Arts Stories & Interviews | Orlando

Our picks of the most effective things to do this 7 days.

Wednesday, Oct. 20
The Hives
Sometimes you just have to acknowledge that the bands of your youth have become “legacy acts,” touring on ever-fainter reflections of their previous glamour. At least with Swedish garage-rockers the Hives, you are having a sweaty, outstanding demonstrate in advance of everybody included turns to dust. 8 p.m., Residence of Blues, Disney Springs,, $28-$40.

Wednesday, Oct. 20
Playboi Carti
Youthful hip-hop superstar steers his “Narcissist” U.S. tour into the Fairgrounds. 7:30 p.m., Orlando Amphitheater, 4603 W. Colonial Drive,, $49.95.

Thursday, Oct. 21
12th Once-a-year Día de los Muertos & Monster Event
Themed exhibit with Working day of the Lifeless and Halloween-impressed art and an out of doors soiree. 5 p.m., CityArts,, $5.

Friday, Oct. 22
Mozart, Barber & Lauridsen: Joy, Hope, Peace
Fall concert from the Bach Competition Choir and Orchestra as aspect of the Frontyard Competition. Dr. Phillips Centre for the Carrying out Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Ave.,, $30-$75.

Friday-Sunday, Oct. 22-24
Spooky Empire
Nearby horror convention returns with a formidable lineup of attendees like wrestler Mick Foley, Lance Henriksen, Kathy Najimy, Robert “Freddy” Englund and a total host of his onscreen victims, Freddie Prinze Jr. and a lot more. Hyatt Regency Orlando, 9801 Global Generate,, $40-$250.

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  • Sawyer Wreck at Mayhem on Mills

Saturday, Oct. 23
Central Florida Veg Fest
A single of the biggest and longest-functioning vegetarian and vegan festivals in the entire world, the Central Florida Veg Fest returns to roomy Festival Park this slide with dozens of cruelty-free bites together with a complete slate of spouse and children-welcoming functions. 10 a.m., Orlando Pageant Park, 2911 E. Robinson Avenue,, no cost.

Saturday, Oct. 23
Dvorák’s Postcard “From the New Globe”
Antonin Dvořák’s masterwork as effectively as James Lee III’s “Amer’ican” and Jessie Montgomery’s Viola Concerto, executed by the Orlando Phil. 7:30 p.m., Calvary Orlando, 1199 Clay St., Winter season Park,, $10-$129.50.

Saturday, Oct. 23
The Key Company
Electrical ensemble Solution Agent 23 Skidoo combines the hugely literate lyrical design of golden age hip-hop with the electric power of funk. 
1 p.m., Orlando Repertory Theatre, 1001 E. Princeton St.,, $20.

Saturday-Sunday, Oct. 23-24
Mount Dora Craft Honest
The downtown streets come alive with purchasers browsing displays from a lot more than 400 craft exhibitors. Sunset Park, 230 W. Fourth Ave., Mount Dora,, totally free.

Sunday, Oct. 24
Terrible Religion
Alkaline Trio and War on Ladies assist the venerable Still left Coastline agit-punkers. May incredibly well be sold out by the time you read through this. 7:30 p.m., Challenging Rock Stay, 6050 Common Blvd.,, $38-$42.

Sunday, Oct. 24
Calle Orange Pageant
A few levels, much more than 40 artists, showcasing the range of the Hispanic local community. Suppliers line the streets with almost everything from warm dogs to pinchos. 11 a.m., 425 N. Orange Ave., downtown Orlando,, $18.

Sunday, Oct. 24
8th Once-a-year Florida Jerk Festival
Prime-level Caribbean foods pageant with live performances from Third Planet, Little one Cham, Nadia Batson and Pumpa. 2 p.m., Lake Lorna Doone Park, 1519 W. Church St.,, $40-$150.

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Sunday, Oct. 24
Mayhem on Mills
Mayhem on … Virginia? Neighborhood indie wrestling fed Mayhem on Mills is holding their “Halloween Horror Fights” at 1010 Brewing for the to start with time. The stacked card attributes Sawyer Wreck, Troy Hollywood and Jamie Lynn Senegal. 4 p.m., 1010 Brewing, 1010 Virginia Generate,, $20.

Monday, Oct. 25
AI Rhythm Evolution
NYC-centered percussionist Lisa Pegher comes to Timucua with a new effectiveness combining percussion and electronics themed close to synthetic intelligence. 7:30 p.m., Timucua Arts Basis, 2000 S. Summerlin Ave.,, $12.50-$25.

Through Oct. 24
1st Day
Musical comedy that lays bare all the minimal triumphs and tragedies of the dreaded to start with day. Most important Stage Theatre, Theatre UCF, 12488 Centaurus Blvd.,, $25.

As a result of Nov. 1
In the Heights
Blockbuster musical from Lin-Manuel Miranda (Hamilton) arrives to Winter Park. Breakthrough Theatre, 6900 Aloma Ave., Wintertime Park,, $25.

By Oct. 24
Intriguing glimpse at silver monitor star Tallulah Bankhead trying to nail a single line of dialogue. Garden Theatre, 160 W. Plant St., Winter Garden,, $20-$35.

By Oct. 31
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow
A single-gentleman get on the supernatural misfortunes of Ichabod Crane. Orlando Repertory Theatre, 1001 E. Princeton St.,, $15-$35.

Through Nov. 6
A theatrical reboot of the seminal vampire tale as an immersive face with the undead. Renaissance Theatre, 415 E. Princeton St.,, $20-$25.

Oct. 22-31
Locals Celebration Theatre Co. consider on this legendary musical juggernaut. Alexis & Jim Pugh Theater, Dr. Phillips Center for the Undertaking Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Ave.,, $14.75-$44.75.