Grave Diggers Ball
6 p.m. Parking lot at 219 E. Seventh St., next to Dixie’s Tavern. $15 general admission, $60-$80 for VIP. http://kiss951.com/halloween.
Indie pop duo Capital Cities headlines Kiss 95.1’s Halloween celebration, which also will feature musical guests Eden XO and Night Terrors, multiple DJs and thousands of dollars in cash and prizes for the best and sexiest costumes.
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Turkish Festival of Charlotte
11 a.m.-5 p.m. Oasis Shriners, 604 Doug Mayes Place. $2 online; free for students and teachers. www.charlotteturks.org.
Enjoy Turkish music, Turkish dance, belly dancing, presentations about tourism in Turkey, cooking demonstrations, Turkish coffee and food, and – if you bring your own drum – a Turkish rhythm percussion workshop.
‘Homeland’ Halloween Party
7 p.m. Duke Mansion, 400 Hermitage Road. $75 ($25 is tax-deductible). 704-714-4445.
The mansion served as the home of Showtime drama “Homeland’s” fictional vice president; now it’s serving up food, live music and a silent auction to support the preservation of the 99-year-old estate. Costume or cocktail attire required.
‘Music of the Americas’
8 p.m. Dilworth United Methodist Church, 605 East Blvd. $20; $15 for seniors and students). www.singers-renaissance.org.
The Charlotte choir Renaissance invites Guatemala’s Capella Cantorum for separate and united performances of American and Central American music, plus songs from folk and gospel traditions.