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Thursday, October 12, 2017

How to Spend Friday the 13th in San Antonio

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Friday the 13th Night Race 5K
Get fit and scary at the same time with this nighttime 5K. MoMak's Backyard Malt's & Burgers is hosting a costume 5K (yas) through McAllister Park where you can run with glow sticks. Awards will be given to the top runners and to the best dressed, and there will be a DJ to provide tunes throughout the run. They had us at glow sticks. $40-50, MoMak's Backyard Malt's & Burgers, 13838 Jones Maltsberger, (210) 481-3600,

Pinata Protest Tour Kick-Off: Friday the 13th Show
Okay, it isn't a spooky event. But any time Piñata Protest is performing, we're there. Celebrate the start of the band's tour with Brujeria and Powerflo at Limelight when doors open at 9 a.m. Come dressed in a costume (of course, there's a contest) for a $7 cover or be boring and pay $10. Your choice. You'll be able to enjoy the sounds of Saigon Sinners and Sketchy Trench, too. $7-10, 9 p.m., Limelight, 2718 N Saint Marys St., (210) 735-7775,

Wild Dawg's Friday the 13th Costume Ride
Slap on a costume and get ready to ride. The traveling booze party will head out from Alamo Ice House at 8:30 p.m. to hit up five bars. FIVE! Each bar will choose a favorite costume and give out a prize. The last prize of the night will be tickets to Alamo City Comic Con Halloween Edition, so don't come in your tired ass costume. Be sure to show up to AIH early so the head peeps can make sure your costume isn't lame. Alamo Ice House, 802 N. Alamo Street, (210) 455-7912.

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