Thanks to tour re-routing, The Beat gets even more traction from its phoner last month with 30 Seconds to Mars guitarist Tomo Milicevic.

Thanks to tour re-routing, The Beat gets even more traction from its phoner last month with 30 Seconds to Mars guitarist Tomo Milicevic.

Scheduled to play last month, the tour now stops at Lifestyle Communities Pavilion Tuesday, Nov. 2. We did a print feature on the band as well as a subsequent BeatBlog entry. So

Milicevic called frontman Jared Leto "the man with the plan" as regards songwriting for the band, but said that arrangements are done with the band working in concert.

"We have a great working relationship," he said. "I have no ego about playing music."

Maybe he should. Milicevic has been playing music since he started on violin at age 3. His violin teacher introduced him to the guitar, and later a friend introduced him to Metallica, which sealed the deal.

In his hands, he said, I could feel power and it was like 'Oh yeah, this is it.'"

Danish rockers New Politics are scheduled to open the show.

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In case you're not a regular BeatBlog reader (although we can't figure why you wouldn't be), you may have missed that, in addition to the aforementioned rescheduled 30StM date, the Wexner Center for the Arts/Franklin Park Conservatory program Susurrus has been extended through month's end.

David Leddy's Susurrus is a site-specific audio play for which patrons will don headphones and listen while following a specifically mapped route through the botanical gardens.

For more information, visit www.wexarts.org.

CAPA is celebrating Halloween downtown with a scary movie and costumes.

And a concert of organ music.

"Ghost Light Movie Night" will be held at the Ohio Theatre Saturday, Oct.30. David Fleisher will open the evening with a concert on the "Mighty Morton" theatre organ, followed by a screening of the 1959 horror flick "House on Haunted Hill" with Vincent Price.

The event "started out as a fun idea to get folks into the theatre and really explore the idea that theatres can be really spooky places," CAPA membership services director Dustin Grovemiller said. "When you're in one of the big, historic buildings late at night, it can be really creepy.

"The idea of doing an event around a classic fright movie seemed like a natural fit, and it made even more sense after I talked to some people who remembered that organist Dennis James used to do an event a lot like this back in the '80s called the 'Spook Out.' The 'Ghost Light' Movie Night' is kind of a reimagining of that event, at least in this first year. When you bring things back from the dead, they're never quite the same, after all."

A costume contest and theatre tours are also planned. Admission is $5. Call (614) 469-0939.