McAllen Artwalk, 6-10pm, Archer Park. Arts and craft vendors, plus the live outdoor music series Music After Hours, every month. Free and open to the public. This month, MAH features Austin’s Aly Tadros, plus Tr3n, J. Stills and Corine Garcia & The Meow Meow Meows.
Harvest Fest: Brew in the Woods, 6-9pm, Valley Nature Center (Weslaco). This annual fundraiser features a variety of beer, wine and food as well as auctions and raffles.
“Entre La Vida y La Muerte” Opening Reception, 6-9pm, Hinovations Art Gallery. A group exhibit of 4 local artists explore life and death from their unique perspectives. Free and open to the public.
Dia De Los Muertos Fest II, 7pm, Thirsty Monkey. The Young Maths, Quiet Kids, Jungle Bodies and more perform. All ages, $6.
13th Floor Haunted House, Friday & Saturday 7pm-12am, 3209 W Bus 83 (McAllen). Last chance! Tickets are $20 ($30 VIP).
Two Tons of Steel / Pier Pressure w/ Leslie, 7-10pm, Louie’s Backyard. The free SPI Concerts on the Bay Series continues.
Rotting Flesh Factory, Friday & Saturday 7:30-10pm, 602 W Van Buren Ave (Harlingen). Last chance! Tickets are $20.
Nightmare on Broadway 4D, Friday-Sunday 8-11pm, 120 S Broadway (McAllen). Last chance! Tickets: $15.
STFC XXVII: Carnage, 8pm, McAllen Convention Center. Tickets start at $25 for this regional MMA event.
God of Carnage, Friday & Saturday 8pm (Sunday 2:30pm), Camille Playhouse (Brownsville). The comedy/drama about two pairs of parents confronting each other after their children get in a fight. This is the last weekend to catch this production.
Jitterz Jamz Presents: Tom DeRosa / Clay & the Tons, 8-10pm, Jitterz Coffee Bar (Mission). The cozy cafe hosts live local music every Friday night. Free, all ages.
Artwalk After Party: Danza de la Muerte, 9pm-2am, Roosevelt’s at 7. The monthly series continues, featuring a rotation of the Valley’s best DJs. No cover.
18th Annual Texas Butterfly Festival, Saturday-Tuesday, National Butterfly Center (Mission). A variety of events kick off today.
Boots on Ground Veterans Memorial Mud Run, 7am, Los Fresnos Rodeo Grounds. This twist on tough mudder 5K/10Ks honors our veterans.
Walkerz/Runners Against Diabetes, 8am, Heavin Park (San Benito). Registration is $25.
LETR Trek Be A Fan 5K, 8am, State Farm Arena. Benefits Special Olympics Texas-RGV athletes. Preregistration is $15.
Jackson Street Market Days, 9am-4pm, Jackson St between 4th & Commerce (Harlingen). A free, family-friendly monthly event that includes food, music, antiques, collectibles and much more.
Artwalk De Los Muertos, 10am-3pm, Jackson Square Events Center (Harlingen). Running concurrently with Jackson Street Market Days, arts & crafts, music, food and more fun will be a part of this festival.
Edinburg Veterans Day Parade, 10am, Edinburg Town Square. Thank you to all of our Valley veterans.
MOSTH Dia de los Muertos 2013, 10am-4pm, Museum of South Texas History. The holiday celebration returns to Edinburg. Food, music, arts & crafts, dancing and more will be a part of it. Included in regular admission.
Blues on the Hill Celebrates Texas Music, noon-9pm, Lon C Hill Park (Harlingen). The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders will have a meet and greet 12-2pm as part of a touring museum. Johnny Lee and the Urban Cowboy Band headline the musical ticket. Free.
Relay For Life of Starr County, 3pm, Joe R Sanchez Stadium (Rio Grande City). Info: 956-682-8329.
Elida Reyna Music & Art Festival, 4-11pm, Mercedes Civic Center. The hometown favorite will perform along with Lucky Joe, Whisky D and more. A Dia de los Muertos art exhibit will also be on display. Free.
Pharr Fire Fest, 5pm-2am, Pharr Events Center. Free food, fun & music.
Brownsville Dias De Los Muertos, 6-10pm, Market Square. Food, drinks, music, art, auctions and more to celebrate this cultural milestone. Tickets are $30 each or 2 for $50. Benefiting the Brownsville Historical Association, Guadalupe Regional Middle School and Sounds of Downtown.
Calaveritas: Dia De Los Muertos Art Exhibit, 6-9pm, Weslaco Museum. Opening reception for this ten artist exhibit. Live music and refreshments.
Sam Riggs & the Night People / Jimi Berg Band, 7-10pm, Louie’s Backyard. The free SPI Fall Concerts on the Bay Series continues.
Emmanuel, 8pm, McAllen Convention Center. Tickets start at $45.
7th Annual Lisa Shampoe Memorial Run, 8am, Mission Hike and Bike Trail. 10K, 5K and 2 mile run/walk.
Hadassah Walk for Health 2013, 8:30am, Bill Schupp Park. This 5K only costs $15 to register.
Volkspeed Fest 2013 Car Show, 9am-4pm, Plaza Sports Center (Pharr). European cars will be shown off at this charity event. Register your car for $20.
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