West Palm Beach indie rockers Rivers may have reached a new level of maturity, but that won't stop them from rockin' the night away with a bunch of Kids in celebration of their latest release, Wide Eyes. "The first EP we were throwing as many darts as we could and waited to see what hit," singer-songwriter and guitarist Danny Brunjes told New Times earlier this year. "Our songwriting evolution has taken a stronger form." Check out the
Wide Eyes EP Release Party with Kids and Peyote Coyote. Friday, August 28, 8 p.m. Respectable Street, 518 Clematis St., West Palm Beach; 561-832-9999; respectablestreet.com. Admission costs $10.
Summer Daze Concert Series 2015, Day Two
With Roots Shakedown, Arise Roots, the Expanders, the Resolvers, and Tribal Seeds on the Street Stage; Jacuzzi Fuzz, Lake Worth Long Shots, LFTD LVLS, and Spred the Dub on the Propaganda Stage; Jahzilla, the Helmsmen, and Fireside Prophets on the Common Grounds Coffee Stage. Presented by AOS Live. Saturday, August 29, 6 p.m. Propaganda, 6 S. J St., Lake Worth; 561-547-7273; propagandalw.com. Tickets cost $20 via etix.com, or $25 at the door. All ages allowed except at the 18 and up Propaganda Stage.
Respectable Street's 28th Anniversary Block Party
No other horror punk crew represents the concept of longevity better than the Misfits. As broken down in a recent New Times piece, the long-running act has included bassist and singer Jerry Only since 1977, but now also features his son Jerry Only II on guitar. Doyle Wolfgang von Frankenstein, the younger brother of the elder Only, was the band's guitarist on and off for a decade. So when you think about it, it only makes sense that the Misfits help celebrate 28 years of live tuneage and rockin' bashes in West Palm Beach at Respectable Street's 28th Anniversary Block Party.
With the Misfits, Sweet Bronco, Ethan Parker Band, Astari Nite, Smells Like Grunge, Johnny Raincloud, Modernage, Boxwood, Break the Hero, Riot Agents, Chaucer, Hypoluxo, Golden Gun, Killmama, Deaf Poets, Nation of Decay, Shotgun Betty, the Alleys, the Muggles, the Drip Effect, Riot Act, Que Lastima, the Ruins, OSF, Howling Winds,
"Drift all night until the new
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Stache's House Saturdays One-Year Anniversary
Twelve months ago, Stache launched House Saturdays. After one year of bringing in some of the rawest DJs around, including Anthony Attalla, Cocodrills, and Oscar G, the FTL party hall will solidify its rep even more this weekend with Dirtybird Records co-founder, Christian Martin. Here's to many more!
With Christian Martin and DJ Roland. Saturday, August 29, 10 p.m. Stache 1920's Drinking Den, 109 SW Second Ave., Fort Lauderdale; 954-449-1044; stacheftl.com. Admission costs $10. Ages 21 and up.