Festival of Ghouls VIII: Monsters Under the Bed
October 29th at OZ Arts Nashville
Relive your favorite childhood nightmares at this immersive Halloween party and over-the-top cabaret from Nashville’s masters of the macabre, Fable Cry. Conjuring tales that gave you goosebumps and monsters that made you afraid of the dark, the theatrical noir rockers return to OZ Arts with their 8th annual Festival of Ghouls. Turn off the lights and embrace the night with a wickedly nostalgic lineup of live music, burlesque, cabaret, and circus performances.
This show is recommended for mature audiences due to content that some may deem shocking, including adult language, sexual innuendo, and depictions of horror.
• No weapons or props that look like weapons.
• If you plan to wear a costume mask, please be prepared to remove it at check-in so our staff can verify your photo ID.
the theatrical rock band from Nashville, TN
...wants you to have a good time. They know that life is perilous and hard, but believe that you can be the (anti-) hero in your own story, blowing kisses at death, and flirting your way through turmoil. If you want a rock band with influences in cabaret, metal, horror, pop, and swing, then why didn’t you say so?
Fable Cry presents: "Fool Me Once"
“Fool Me Once” is a unique play on vampiric mythos and elements of noir - cynicism, fatalism and moral ambiguity - packaged into a rock album. The story follows anti-heroes turned reluctant partners Archie Walker and Josie Belue on their quest to topple kingpin Harold “The Diamond” Helsinger from the throne of his bootlegging empire, all chronicled by private investigator, Max Rudolph.
“It’s a story of selfish people doing selfish things who don’t always get what they want. In some ways it’s a parable that reflects the people we were when we initially began writing it in 2017 as we were embarking on a lot of the maturing that happens in your late twenties. And it’s all told in the most decadent way possible, utilizing all of the resources we could muster from ten years of touring and performing.”