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Five Things to Do Under $10 This Weekend Instead of Easter

Five Things to Do Under $10 This Weekend Instead of Easter
Christina Mendenhall

5. Imbibe at Stache Happy Hour Stache

5 p.m. Friday, April 18, Bar Stache 1920's Drinking Den, 109 SW Second Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Visit Facebook. $10 donation.

Stache is giving you the opportunity to participate in drunken revelry with your coworkers and to become a better person with tonight's Imbibe, a "happy hour like to other." Or at least that's how they're describing their evening of live music, burlesque, and half-off drinks. The mere ten bones you donate will benefit Abandoned Pet Rescue which helps abused and neglected furries get a second chance at life.

4. World's Strongest Man and the Old Fashioned at Inkwell Pub

10 p.m. Saturday, April 19, at Inkwell Pub, 238 N. State Road 7, Margate. Visit Facebook. No cover.

World's Strongest Man will be rocking out at Inkwell Pub with songs off their newest LP I'm Sorry This Scares You. According to the band's Facebook page, it's an "introspective look on our disdain for the current state of society." Guess it's safe to say selfies are't appreciated at this show? Nonetheless, the self proclaimed "socio-political, post-rock" making duo is bound to enlighten and provide new perspective while you get silly at Inkwell.

 

Five Things to Do Under $10 This Weekend Instead of Easter
Robert Maloy

3. Record Store Day at Radio-Active Records

Record Store Day 2014, Radio-Active Records, April 19, 9 a.m. to 10 p.m., at 845 N. Federal Hwy., Fort Lauderdale. With Sweet Bronco, Shotgun Betty, Bluebird, the Astrea Corporation, Deaf Poets, and Ketch Shuby live and DJs Benton, Blue (South Florida Soul Club), Sgt. Pepperspray (Jacuzzi Boys), Kems (Hoverock), and Lumin. Visit Facebook. Free event.

See also: Record Store Day 2014 Radio-Active Records: "High Fidelity Is a Novel. It's Not Reality"

If you're a millennial, you have no clue what it was like when you had to go into a record store to actually physically purchase music. Record Story Day offers new crowds a taste of the old.

The good news about this event is that it literally has something for everyone to get into. The older folks, a.k.a. those born before the '90s, can experience a sweet, aching nostalgia as they admire the many records on display while the younger folks can check out live performances of bands like Sweet Bronco, Deaf Poets, and Astrea Corp. For both young and"old" and even actually old, there will be free coffee and beverages provided. Happy Record Store Day! And for those who only speak in hashtags #HappyRecordStoreDay.

2. Spank Sunday Bank Holiday Party at Sandbar Fort Lauderdale

5 p.m. Sunday, April 20, at Sandbar Fort Lauderdale, 900 Sunrise Lane, Fort Lauderdale. Visit Facebook. No cover.

If you don't have any plans for Easter Sunday (you damnned heathen) or 4/20 (damnned Sober Sally), then this event is for you.

The party starts just around evening on the rooftop terrace and extends to the wee hours of Monday morning, so you may want to call in sick to work. Ashley Acosta, Ed Whitty, and Gabriel Ben will bring the dance music to the holiest Christian holiday. This party is proof that just because Ultra ended doesn't mean the fun has to too.

See also: New EDM Day Dance Party at McSorley's Motto Is: "F*&k Monday, Spank Sunday"

 

Five Things to Do Under $10 This Weekend Instead of Easter
Monica McGivern

1. KeroWACKED Fest

With Future Prezidents, Sunny Devilles, She's Neurotic, JC Dwyer of the Mobile Homies, Craig Mcinnis of Speaking Volumes, Mylo Ranger, Swampgrass Kin, Spencer Allan Patrick, Dan York, Rod Dusinberre, Patrick Salsich, Flint Blade, Bill Hartmann, and Chris Michaud. 2 to 11 p.m., Sunday, April 20, Boynton Beach Arts District, 422 W. Industrial Rd., Boynton Beach. Visit Facebook. Cover is $10.

If you read our article about the 3rd Annual KeroWACKED Multimedia Fest, you already know it's going to be off the chain. You also probably know that there will be a drum circle, funky ambiance, and plenty of music available along with art of the finest form. We also don't even have to tell you, informed reader, that Rolando Chang Barrero, Joseph Reily, Guillermo Manrique, Dana Donaty, Jason Flurant, and Craig McInnis are just some of the seriously talented peeps featured in one of the do-not-miss exhibitions showing in BBAD this beatnik-boasting Easter Sunday. Where else can you find art, music, dance performances, and interactive workshops for less than $20? That's right, nowhere.

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