Glamdammit, and 15 other ways to shine through your weekend

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We hope your outfit’s as glamdamn good as this.

1. Go ahead and just Freakout with some garage rock at Don Pedro. (Friday)

2. Claim the glory that comes with starting a soul train at this funk and R&B dance party. (Friday)

3. Pink Floyd show The Machine is performing at The Brooklyn Bowl and they wish you were here. (Friday)

4. Gangstagrass may sound like the world’s greatest landscaping company, but they’re actually a bluegrass-rap band. If you don’t like either genre you’ve got some soul-searching to do. (Friday)

5. It’s Oktoberfest all weekend at Mission Dolores so go celebrate alcohol and maybe also celebrate German culture. (Friday)

6. Get a free tree at Restoration Plaza, because what are you, too good for a free tree? (Saturday)

7. Oktoberfest at Aviator Sports Center has a cornhole tournament, a stein-hoisting competition, and, of course, plenty of beer. (Saturday)

8. Your search for Happiness–and Wicked Kind, and Ron Gallo–ends at Glasslands. (Saturday)

9. Go help midwives do their baby thing at the 12th Annual Miles for Midwives 5K in Prospect Park. (Saturday)

10. It’s Glamdammit’s Ten-Year Anniversary at The Grand Victory, and the lineup looks Aladdin Sane. (Saturday)

11. Toast stolen office supplies at All the Benefits, All the Rewards, an exhibition of collages made from security envelopes. (Saturday)

12. Gratitude* NYC’s AXIS MUNDI is a day filled with with spiritual art, dancing, costumes, and crafts. (Saturday)

13. Go hear some free hip hop at Soft Grunge’s Sure Shot Sunday at Fifth Estate Bar. (Sunday)

14. If you can’t afford pet insurance, at least get your dog blessed for the Feast of St. Francis. (Sunday)

15. If you’re looking to pick up a new hobby there’s a taxidermy demo, along with a book release and a brass band, at Taxidermy Gone Rogue at The Bell House. (Sunday)

16. Stay gold at a free gender-bending marathon reading of The Outsiders at the Silent Barn (Sunday)

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