WEEK­END PRE­VIEW: 1,000 CHERS, MOONFEST AND MAR­I­LYN MAN­SON

Sun Sentinel Palm Beach Edition - Showtime - Palm Beach - - THE GO GUIDE - Ben Cran­dell

Be­ware this time of year the masked de­ceiver, empty hand beck­on­ing to be filled, mouth glis­ten­ing with candy and flim­flam as he preys on the good na­ture of the in­no­cent and un­sus­pect­ing. Also re­mem­ber that in less than two weeks, you’ll be able to vote these frauds out, or in, as you wish. In the mean­time, Hal­loween­themed events are pop­ping up all over.

Cher-ing is car­ing

There is, of course, no wrong night to dress up as Cher, but this week­end brings the al­ways hotly an­tic­i­pated Night of 1,000 Chers Hal­loween Ex­trav­a­ganza 9 p. m. Satur­day at the WFort Laud­erdale on Fort Laud­erdale beach. Come in Get daily up­dates on South Florida en­ter­tain­ment and things to do at South Florida.com and on Twit­ter at @Ben Cran­dell your fa­vorite Cher “cos­tume” to be in line for prizes in cat­e­gories in­clud­ing “best decade” and “best tour look.” Along with ticket give­aways to Cher’s Jan. 19 con­cert at the BB& T Cen­ter, there will be en­ter­tain­ment by Michael Dean, who dresses as Cher for money, and DJ Barry Har­ris, an “of­fi­cial Cher remixer,” which ap­par­ently is a thing. Ad­mis­sion is free, but they’d like you to RSVP. Visit Face­book.com/WFortLaud­erdale.

Bow Wow Wow Moonfest

One of the sig­na­ture par­ties of the sea­son in South Florida, the 26th an­nual Moonfest takes over five blocks of Clema­tis Street in down­town West Palm Beach on Satur­day with the usual cos­tumed high jinks and throw­back mu­si­cal head­lin­ers In­for­ma­tion So­ci­ety, Annabella Lwin of Bow Wow Wow, Slim Jim Phan­tom of the Stray Cats, joined by the Heavy Pets, Telekinetic Wal­rus, DJ Icey and oth­ers. Tick­ets start at $15. Visit Moonfest.me.

Joey Wrecked un­masked!

Be­fore he was a hus­band and fa­ther of two teenage girls work­ing as a fi­nan­cial man­ager in Hol­ly­wood, be­fore he was a mem­ber of the New York punk band Bat­tal­ion of Saints and be­fore he worked in a Green­wich Vil­lage bou­tique sell­ing sex toys to Aero­smith’s Steven Tyler, Joey Maya was known as Joey Wrecked, drum­mer for the Re­ac­tions, one of the sem­i­nal bands in the early South Florida punk scene. Maya’s new me­moir of sex, drugs, rock ’n’ roll and more sex is ti­tled “The Drum­mer of Mi­ami Beach” (Jit­ney Books), which he may read from (shouldn’t take much en­cour­age­ment) dur­ing a gath­er­ing at 7 p.m. Satur­day at Books and Books in Co­ral Gables. Visit Face­book.com/ JoeyMayaWrecked, Book­sAndBooks.com.

Ticket win­dow

Alice in Chains plays the Hard Rock Event Cen­ter at the Seminole Hard Rock Ho­tel and Casino in Hol­ly­wood 7 p.m. Sun­day with a few $50 seats (with drink voucher) re­main­ing, in ad­di­tion to $70 floor stand­ing-room tick­ets (MyHRL.com). … Tick­ets re­main for J Balvin at Mi­ami’s Amer­i­canAir­lines Arena 8 p. m. Sun­day, with prices start­ing at $39.95 per ticket (Tick­et­mas­ter.com). … There are a few dozen up­per-level seats start­ing

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