Edmonton Events: Three to See includes Baby Jey, Cyber Funk Halloween and ESO John Williams

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Baby Jey: Back with a super sweet new vinyl album releasing Friday and made with Aladean Kheroufi, Baby Jey’s Jeremy Witten talks about it: “Crop Circles is inspired by where we are from and even includes samples of old public domain Alberta radio broadcasts from when crop circles first appeared in the province. The album is No. 2 in a triptych I’ve written that centre on the themes of outer space and the countryside, the dancier and more electronic of the three. Feels so good to finally be able to put the record out there after so many years of planning!” And Caity Fisher and Zephyr Twins are the amazing supporting acts, so be there and unsquare!

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Details: 7:30 p.m. at The Aviary (9314 111 Ave.), $12 at the-aviary.net

Cyber Funk Halloween: In this themed dance party, Ghost needs your help to clear her name from the hit list of a notorious club owner by sneaking into the disco and hacking into their digital storage. Jaxx has some tools that will help you get through the night. Sounds like a total blast, brought to you by the bright and innovative collective minds of Grindstone Theatre Society, SWEAT, UBK and Night Vision Music.

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Details: 9 p.m. Fri. and Sat. at Brighton Block, $40/Fri., $59/both nights at grindstonetheatre.ca

The Magnificent Music of John Williams: Arguably the most well known and important living composer, these shows celebrate Williams incredible film scores. The list in amazing, including music from Star Wars The Phantom Menace and The Force Awakens (his music the best part of each), Harry Potter, Schindler’s List, Saving Private Ryan and many more. Robert Bernhardt conducts, with violin by Ewald Cheung, trumpet by Robin Doyon and the Korora and Òran choirs.

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Details: 7:30 p.m. Fri. and Sat., 2 p.m. Sun at Winspear (4 Sir Winston Churchill Sq.), tickets start at $36.50 at winspearcentre.com

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