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5 Under $5 This Weekend in Broward and Palm Beach Counties

Whether you're broke from spending money at concerts you couldn't really afford (like Billy Joel or Jay Z, anyone?) or are still in debt from buying holiday gifts and copious amounts of booze for New Year's, ya need to go easy on your wallet this weekend. So, without further ado, here is a list of 5 awesome things under $5 to do this weekend. Please, thank us later.

1. Audio Heist at World of Beer, Coconut Creek

9 p.m., Friday, January 10, at World of Beer. 4437 Lyons Road, Suite E-101, Coconut Creek or visit Facebook.

People that work well together play well together. And Audio Heist does just that. Marketing gurus by day and musical men by night, this talented cover band promises to "welcome the weekend with some brews and a good kick in the pants." Who can argue with that?

See also: Audio Heist Challenges the Limitations of a Cover Band, but Still Play "Freebird"

2. Pretty Girls and The Lovers Key at Poorhouse

11 p.m., Saturday, January 11, at Poorhouse. 110 SW 3rd Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Visit Facebook.

Soulful sounding the Lovers Key and New Times' Reader's Choice Best Rock Band Pretty Girls perform this weekend at Poorhouse -- a.k.a. one of the spots in New Times' sketchy looking/awesome bar list. You'll basically be getting your fill of our "what we like" recommendations all in one spot just down on Himmarshee.

See also: Pretty Girls' Ideal Night: "Tacos, Whiskey, and Playing Terrible '80s Songs on the Jukebox"

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