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Coming up this weekend: Oct. 10-12


Around Milwaukee

What: “The Good Father” presented by the Milwaukee Chamber Theatre

Where: Broadway Theatre Center

When: Thursday, Oct. 9 – Saturday, Oct. 11

Cost: $38/ticket

Directed by Michael Wright, this out-of-the-ordinary love story follows the lives of two people, Jane (Laura Grey) and Tim (Jonathan Wainwright), from the moment they meet at a New Years Eve party and their romantic relationship throughout the following year. Milwaukee Chamber Theatre hosted the play’s Midwest premiere in September, and it will leave the city after this weekend’s performances.


What: Steve Aoki

Where: The Rave

When: Friday, Oct. 10, 8pm

Cost: $32.00/ticket

Electronic house musician Steve Aoki will make his second appearance in Milwaukee this weekend. His shows include energetic techno music that keeps the crowd intrigued right from the beginning, with music from his new album, “Neon Future.” One guaranteed song on his setlist is “Delirious (Boneless),” which recently hit 90 on Billboard’s Top 100 chart.


What: OK Go

Where: Turner Hall Ballroom

When: Friday, Oct. 10, 7 p.m.

Cost: $17.50/ ticket

Alternative rock band OK Go originated in Chicago and made their mark with “Here It Goes Again” in 2006. The song’s music video, which showed the band walking through a maze of treadmills, won the Grammy award for Best Music Video in 2007. The group has covered a large span of music genres between its debut, “Brown EP” in 2002 and their new album of 2014 titled, “Upside Out.”


On Campus

What: Marquette Madness

Where: Al McGuire Center

When: Friday, Oct. 10, 7 p.m.

Cost: Free

A night full of Marquette pride and even more Golden Eagle fun starts Friday at 7 p.m. when Marquette Athletics introduces the men’s and women’s basketball team rosters. Other pep rally activities include a three-point contest with the coaches and chances to win a TV, Packers tickets and more. President Lovell will be in attendance to help judge the dunk contest. The Al fills up quickly, so be sure to get there early; lines generally start forming around 4:30 p.m.

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