October is almost here, so Halloween must be near. That means Here Come The Mummies will be performing very soon, that’s clear!

In fact, the undead band usually performs in its hometown of Nashville somewhere around the Halloween weekend, but this year, things are getting funky a little earlier on the calendar. On Tuesday, October 2nd, the band will be performing at the Ryman Auditorium and we can’t be more excited for the spooky season to start a little sooner this year!

The eight-piece funk-rock band with a one-track mind bring their “Terrifying Funk from Beyond the Grave” to Tennessee and not a moment too soon. The group always creates an energetic, fun spectacle that has to be seen to be believed. I’ve watched the band perform the past three years and really enjoyed each of the performances.

This year, the show is extra special, as proceeds will benefit the teenagers and young adults who attend Cumberland Heights, which is a nationally recognized alcohol and drug treatment center that offers in-patient and out-patient services for individuals, as well as programs for family members.

In less than a week, the band will release its newest CD, “All Excess,” which is a live album that was recorded in different U.S. cities not too long ago via a nationwide tour. Luckily for Nashville, the CD will be released on Tuesday, at the concert’s merchandise table, so there’s even more reason to check out the event. Hopefully, the band will perform some of the songs that will be released on the album.

Make sure to get your tickets now, before the show sells out.

We hope to see you there at the concert! Performing at the “Mother Church of Country Music” is a high honor for Here Come the Mummies and I cannot wait to see what they have in store for fans for the band. Get ready, Broadway! There’s an undead funk that’s rocking your way soon.