We here at Gothamist love us some Simpsons. And we've always been fond of its music in partcular—yes, we own and still sometimes listen to Songs In The Key Of Springfield—and we are not alone. In fact, one group of fans loves the show's celebrated music so much they're performing its songs live. On Thursday, October 13, 3 Geeks and a Girl will be performing 69 songs from the beloved cartoon in 60 minutes for an actual live audience. They're promising "all your favorites from Chimpan A to Chimpan Z."

Tickets for We Put The Spring In Springfield run $15 with a two drink minimum and are available here. And when they say all your favorites, they mean it. Expect everything from "Baby on Board," "Oh Streetcar!," "Monorail," "See My Vest," and the titular song. No actual Simpsons voices will be on hand, but that's fine—you can hear those voices on TV and online pretty much anytime of day. As Simpsons writer and producer Michael Price, who saw a previous version of the "nerdtacular," puts it: "I heartily endorse this event or product."

7 PM, October 13 // The Triad, 172 West 72nd Street