It’s not just witchfull thinking! Devil’s Night at Museum London is back, so scare up a costume and join London’s best-dressed gallery-goers for live music, DJ’s, pop-up art projects, and other devilish delights, including a chance to take home some frightfully fabulous prizes in our annual costume contest. This event sells out each year so be sure to be treated, not tricked by reserving your ticket in advance… missing this party would be a grave mistake!

Here’s a quick list of what’s going on at Museum Underground’s Devils Night:

  • Cash Bar
  • Costume Contest
  • Free Candy Bar
  • Palm Reading
  • Photobooth
  • Bands & DJs

Scroll down to read a preview of the Bands / DJs performing!

Live Music Preview:
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the-bettys-devils-nightThe Bettys (Band)
The Bettys are a burlesque revival that riffs on torch singers of the 30’s and 40’s & the golden age of swing and big band. Jazz vocalists Lisette St. Louis, Olivia McLean, and Patty Pedersen bring a sassy edge to modern classics like Eye of the Tiger that will have you hanging up the boxing gloves and reaching for a cigarello. The group incorporates their 3-part harmonies with swing, jazz and an edge of punk.


pinkbrown-devils-nightPinkBrown (Band)
A trio that embraces contradiction – composition/improvisation; cleanliness/dirtiness; tonality/atonality; anxiety/tranquility. Each member of the group contributes their own original compositions, and as composers, each member has their own idiosyncratic voice; however the meat of the performance lies in the free-flowing group improvisations which may in turn feed into the pieces or take them in entirely new directions altogether. Three personalities from Vermont, San Francisco, and Sweden combine to make the trio that is PinkBrown.


Ian-Doig-Phaneuf-devils-nightA Person Disguised As People (DJ)
London, ON-based musician, promoter, producer and DJ Ian Doig–Phaneuf will provide an eclectic DJ set that will fill the dance-floor with one common theme – one hell of a dance beat. Types of music you’ll hear him spin are: Bass / Beats / Future Soul / Knackered R&B / Gospel Rave / Techno / Jungle / House / Electronic and more.


dj-aaron-devils-night-2DJ Aaron (Indie Underground)
DJ Aaron of Indie Underground mixes the best Indie and Alternative dance music from Indie Rock to Nu-Disco, Electro and Retro. An example of bands he’ll mix are: Grimes, LCD Soundsystem, Haim, Phoenix, New Order and Two Door Cinema Club. DJ Aaron will be downstairs in the Creative Centre where there is craft making, the candy bar, the Photobooth and alcohol sales.

Halloween-Indie-Underground-Devils-Night-Call-The-Office-Aaron-McMillan---October-30-2013---smallAn Additional Halloween Party:
Devils Night at Indie Underground inside Call The Office
October 30th

No Cover
$3.50 Mixed Drinks & Select Beer
Halloween Costume Contest
Doors at 9pm – 215am


DJ-Forty-Dollar-Martini-devils-nightDJ Forty Dollar Martini (DJ)
Two turntables, a mixer and vinyl: DJ Forty Dollar Martini creates an audio sound-scape that will augment and develop a venue’s ambiance. You may hear a variety of sophistifunk, jazz, lounge, hip hop, electronic and dance music.

Venue: Museum London 421, Ridout Street North, London, Ontario N6A 5H4
Doors: 9pm
Cost: $20 Advance ($25 at the Door)
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Aaron McMillan

Aaron is the Founder / Chief Editor and curator of Indie Underground. He was the Festival / Music Director for the 2017 Dundas Street Festival and the Music Director in 2016. He is scene builder / promoter for select events in London Ontario, Toronto, Canada, and Southwestern Ontario. When Aaron's not working on Indie Underground, you'll usually find him at a concert or DIY event. He's a sucker for anything that glows in the dark and the company of his cat, Charlie. Watch for Aaron to make a return to DJing in 2018 when he will begin to mix Trance.