Jane's Addiction - October 31, 1987 - Kennel Club, San Francisco, CA

Date: October 31, 1987
Location: Kennel Club, San Francisco, CA
Recorded: No known recording
Status: Confirmed
Type: Concert
Lineup: Perry Farrell
Dave Navarro
Stephen Perkins
Eric Avery

Show Information:

The Sea Hangs opened.

October 30, 1987
Things to Do to Celebrate Halloween

More than 5,000 ghouls, goblins, gremlins and other assorted weirdos are expected to attend the Eighth Exotic-Erotic Ball tomorrow night at the Concourse Pavilion, in what promises to be the city's most outlandish Halloween celebration.

Appearing in the main ballroom will be Zulu Spear, Miss Kitty and the Psycho Souls, Batucaje, and Dexter Devo and his Devo Dolls. The Psychedellos will present a '60s revue, and a variety of costume contests - featuring prize packages totaling $5,000 in cash and goods - will be awarded.

Here are some of the other special events celebrating Halloween in the Bay Area:


The Jayne Gang, Tim Ware Group, Steve Seskin, Doug Hamblin/Jan Fanucci Band, various other musical acts and comedians will entertain at the Great Halloween and Pumpkin Festival tomorrow on Clement Street, between Fourth and Ninth avenues. The first 1,000 children to arrive will receive trick or treat bags from merchants' booths at the fair.

Union Street merchants will be participating today and tomorrow in a Trick or Treat Festival, with a children's costume parade, face painters and other hoopla.


The Richmond District YMCA will host a Halloween carnival tomorrow afternoon at the Star of the Sea childcare site, 360 Eighth Avenue, off Geary Boulevard.

A Haunted House, run by older school children for kids aged 6 to 11 (and their parents), will be open from noon to 5 p.m. tomorrow at 3340 Jackson Street.

A kids' costume parade and UNICEF fair, with haunted house, face painting, games, will begin at 11 a.m., parade at noon, tomorrow at the Cannery.

The Discovery Museum in Corte Madera will be transformed to include a pirate's galleon, a bat cave and other magical places from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. tomorrow.

Children of all ages are invited to a costume parade starting at 6:30 p.m. tomorrow at the firehouse, Sausalito.


For oldies but goodies, Little Caesar and the Romans ("Those Oldies but Goodies Remind Me of You"), saxophonist Joe Houston and the New Drifters plays tomorrow at Bimbo's. Screamin' Jay Hawkins will climb out his coffin tomorrow at the Full Moon Saloon.

Dead or Alive heads a Halloween dance extravaganza tonight in Wolfgang's Road Show at the Gift Center.

Other Halloween music events around the Bay Area tomorrow include: Melody Anne and Jules Broussard at Roland's (costume contest); a Halloween costume contest and masquerade ball at the Stone's Club 412; Lee Michaels and Alex Guiness (costume contest) at the Last Day Saloon; Carnal Kitchen, Spirits Burning and Scarecrow at the Chi Chi; Sid Terror and the Undead, Touch Me Hooker and Phantom Creeps at the Mabuhay Gardens; Jane's Addiction and the Sea Hags at the Kennel Club.

And: the Freaky Executives at the Old Warehouse Cabaret, Oakland; Al Rapone, Maurice McKinnies, Mark Naftalin and the Blue Monday Band at Larry Blake's, Berkeley; Y&T and Keel at Concord Pavilion; Dynatones at Moraga's Rheem Theater; Greg Kihn Band and the Carol Doda Band at the Odyssey in Sunnyvale; Commander Cody at Cotati Cabaret.


Bologna Brothers, Captain Hook, Peter Pain and others will entertain tomorrow night at the Irate Pirate Halloween Masquerade at the Galleria.

KBLX deejays will spin records for dancers tomorrow at the "Night to Howl" Halloween Masquerade at Oakland Convention Center at the Hyatt Regency, Oakland.

D.O.A. headlines the last dance at the Farm, which has lost its lease, tomorrow at the Potrero Avenue community center.

South-of-Market dance clubs DNA Lounge and the Oasis both invite customers to dress as their favorite dead star tomorrow (Dead Marilyn provides music at the DNA).


"The Phantom of the Opera," the original 1925 silent film starring Lon Chaney, will be shown at 10:30 p.m. tomorrow, with live organ music by Jim Riggs, at Oakland's Grand Lake Theater.

A Halloween bash will be held tomorrow featuring the cast members of "The Adamms Family," a drama whose world premiere is set for November 25, at the One Act Theater Company, 430 Mason Street. Theater-goers attending the Halloween performance of "Nunsense" at the Marines Memorial will get a $3 discount on their ticket price.