8 Events Under $10 This Weekend

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Alright, so the Super Bowl ended last week and Valentine's Day is next Friday. Whether you're single or taken, you'll spend a considerable amount of cash for the infamous pink and red holiday, whether it's to buy liquor to drown your sorrows or splurge on your significant other. To save money this weekend, but not skip out on the fun, we complied this list of some of the finest affairs under $10. Seriously, some cocktails cost twice that much and don't even get you buzzed! Read on for some cheap fun.

1. Edition10 art and music showcase at Black Rose Irish Pub

8 p.m., Friday, February 7 at the Black Irish Rose Pub, 234 South Federal Hwy., Boca Raton. Visit Facebook. No cover, 21 and up.

It's the tenth anniversary of this Boca show jam packed with sounds and sights. This fest includes drink specials and music by Bill Hartmann, Soundcircles, Me & My Animals Friends, and That Summer. There will even be a photobooth for all of your selfie needs.

2. Beach Day at ArtsPark

8 p.m., Saturday, February 8 at Arts Park, 1, Young Circle, Hollywood. Visit Facebook. No cover.

The indie overload you're certain to experience at Young Circle with Hollywood's own Beach Day and Charleston's Old You will have you in a wild dance frenzy under the stars.

3. Web Three with Not Spices at Brass Monkey Tavern

9 p.m., Saturday, February 8, at Brass Monkey Tavern. 7781 Lake Worth Rd., Lake Worth. Visit Facebook. No cover.

Web Three and Kaaren Styles play their last free show before they hit the road for a tour with Psychopathic Records' ABK and Big Hoodoo. Not Spice will be bringing the funk as well.

4. A Song of Vice and Desire: A Game of Thrones Burlesque in West Palm Beach

9 p.m., Saturday, February 8, at Respectable Street Cafe, 518 Clematis St., West Palm Beach. Visit brownpapertickets.com. $8 cover.

Burlesque, Game of Thrones, and Respectable Street? We say: "Yes, PLEASE!" See you there with swords on!

5. Mandy Moon at American Rock Bar and Grill

10 p.m., Saturday, February 8, at 1600 East Hillsboro Blvd., Deerfield Beach. Visit Facebook. 21 and up with $5 cover.

If you missed this sassy soulstress and her band last week at American Rock Bar, don't fret! You get your second chance on Saturday for only $5. Plus, there are drink specials. Perhaps Mandy will do another rendition of "Cry Me a River."

6. Mylo Ranger, the Pathetique, the Janglin' Duo, and Adam David at Funky Buddha Lounge & Brewery

8 p.m., Friday, February 7, at Funky Buddha Lounge & Brewery, 2621 N. Federal Hwy., Boca Raton. Visit Facebook. $5 cover.

It's all craft beers and local music at the Funky Buddha Lounge & Brewery. But hey, isn't it always? This is not something to complain about, but rather to rejoice in! Tonight, Mylo Ranger brings their jangly brand of Americana rock, pair with an IPA, and breathe.

7. Dropouts debut at Cagney's Saloon

10 p.m., Friday, February 8, at Cagney's Saloon. Cagney's Saloon, NW corner Stirling Rd & University Drive, Davie. Visit Facebook. No cover.

The Dropout make their debut at this fine hole in the wall. Drink, shot, and beer specials will bring joy as well.

8. Indie Craft Bazaar: Needle Little Love

12 to 5 p.m., Sunday, February 9, at Revolution Live. 100 SW 3rd Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Visit Facebook. $5 cover

Revolution Live will be breaking from their usual concert pattern onto a more crafty track with this romantic-themed Indie Craft Bazaar. Not only will there be art and music, but $3 mimosas work well always. And who doesn't needle little love? So clever.

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