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Best Things to Do on Valentine's Day 2015 in Broward and Palm Beach Counties

Valentine's Day, doomsday, Singles Awareness Day -- whatever you want to call it -- February 14 is coming up, and soon.

Lucky for you, dear readers, we've laid out a few paths you can take this Saturday, whether you're rolling solo, in a pair, with a group of friends, or your polyamorous partners.

Whatever your situation, this is a list of the best things to do in Broward or Palm Beach counties on this day of romantic love or intense darkness. All that's important is to keep busy.

10. Andrea Bocelli

8 p.m. Thursday, February 12, Saturday, February 14, and Sunday, February 15, at Hard Rock Live, 1 Seminole Way, Hollywood. Visit

The Italian romance singer is back, yet again, to sing smooth and classic tunes that'll drop panties. Bring out the tissues for "Time to Say Goodbye," whether you're tearing up because of its sheer beauty or laughing because you keep thinking of the infamous Stepbrothers scene. It's the fucking Catalina wine mixer -- pow!

9. B.e. Easy Music Festival

11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Saturday, February 14, at Bryant Park, Lake Ave and Golfview Road, Lake Worth. Tickets cost $25. Visit

Since Valentine's Day is all about different kinds of love, why not give some altruistic amore this year by donating to a great cause?

Monies raised at the B.e. Easy Music Festival in Lake Worth will go toward a scholarship fund to assist those struggling with addiction. The fest will be packed with artists, musicians, vendors, and healing workshops. The Funky Nuggets, Ancient Sun, and the Resolvers are just a few of the artists featured on the lineup.

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Natalya Jones

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