Weekend Rundown: Grovetoberfest, Spa Week & More

Grovetoberfest, Spa Week,a Beatles tribute: It's all happening this weekend.

The leaves are turning color, it's getting cold _ Not! But it is that time of the week to plan your weekend fun, so here is list to help you with that.

Grovetoberfest: Calling all beer lovers! The world class beer festival, Grovetoberfest is coming to South Florida on Saturday. Sample some of your favorite beers while munching on little bites prepared by some of South Florida's top chefs. The event starts at 3 p.m. at Peacock park in Coconut Grove. Tickets start at $29. For more information go to grovetoberfest.com

Spa Week: Only a few days left for you to get pampered without breaking the bank. Spa week is offering those luxury spa treatments for $50 now through Oct.16. For a list of participating spas visit spaweek.com

Ft. Lauderdale Gay & Lesbian Film Festival: Films and documentaries will make their way to the big screen at the third annual Ft. Lauderdale Gay & Lesbian Film Festival. The event will showcases LGBT films for four days. For movie schedules, tickets and locations visit flglff.com

Rain: It's the next best thing to seeing The Beatles. "Rain: A Tribute to The Beatles" is on now through Oct. 16 at The Broward Center for the Performing Arts The show covers the fab four from the very beginning to making it big during the 60's. Tickets range between $25 and $70. For more information go to browardcenter.org

Fright Nights: Take a trip back to 1938 and visit a zone that no one has ever dared to enter. A murderous scrapper who lives amongst the trash, medal and junk cars will be waiting for you. Fright Nights is now open at the South Florida Fair Grounds in West Palm Beach. Tickets range between $10 and $25. For more information go to myfrightnights.com

The Incredible Dogs: If you are a dog lover and are looking to do something with the family head over to the White Big Top in Bicentennial Park to watch more than 40 dogs perform their best tricks. The Incredible Dog show features dogs of all kinds even some celebrity dogs seen in "Marley and Me", "Water for Elephants", even Telemundo soap operas. Tickets start at $19, proceeds go to the Humane Society of Greater Miami. The show is in town until Oct. 23. For more information visit theincredibledogs.com

House of Horror: Follow the shrieks and screams to Miami International Mall for the return of House of Horror. Roam the graveyard, face all those ghosts and goblins and if you dare walk through the haunted house. You'll also enjoy the carnival rides and food along with concerts. House of Horror is open now through Oct. 31. Adults get in for $22 Kids $15. For more information go to houseofhorrorpark.com

Festival Miami: The annual music festival that kicks off the South Florida arts season is back! Festival Miami presents 25 to 30 performances including world premieres and symphonic concerts. You can also take part in music presentations and jazz performances. Festival Miami is going on now through Nov. 4. For a schedule of events and ticket information go to festivalmiami.com

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