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Dance Kaleidoscope goes on a “Magical Mystery Tour,” set to Beatles music Oct. 11-14. Free tickets available for anyone holding tickets to the weekend’s canceled ISO concerts. Details here

The lobby gallery of the Conrad Indianapolis hosts “A Working Class Hero is Something to Be,” featuring celebrity portraits by photographer Russell Young Oct. 15 to April 15. Details here.

The Indianapolis Children’s Choir is joined by the Butler University a cappella group Out of the Dawg House in a concert at the Indiana Landmark Center Oct. 14. Details here

Bluegrassstars Dailey & Vincent perform at the Palladium Oct. 12. Details here

The Headless Horseman begins his weekend rides at Connor Prairie Oct. 12, continuing through Oct. 27. Details here.

The spirits of past presidents visit the Benjamin Harrison Home for “Haunted D.C.,” Oct. 12-21. Details here

Germanfest, at the Athenaeum Oct. 13, features music by Polkamotion and more on two stages. Details here

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