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Five for $10 or Less for the Weekend of June 24 to 26

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Here's a handful of recession-friendly music around the tricounty area!

Friday, June 24

*Live hip-hop party band ArtOfficial play the Stage in Miami starting at 10 p.m. for free-99. Click here for details.

*Also in Miami: amazing gonzo rock 'n' roll act Furious Dudes at Vlada Lounge, also free. Recommended if you love beer and beards. Click here for details.

Saturday, June 25

*Groovy Lake Worth-birthed blues act Heidi and the El Cats perform at the Living Room in Boynton Beach. Admission is free. Learn more about the band and get full show details here.

*In

Miami, house legend Jellybean Benitez brings the old-school dance party

to the Vagabond. It's only $10 for a night of properly soulful beats. Click here for details.

Sunday, June 26

*All right, this isn't quite music, but it's a music-driven

performance. The Glamour Goddesses burlesque troupe present a

celebration of female superheroes tonight at Stage 84 in Davie. The

Goddesses are unique to the local burlesque scene in that they include a

wide range of ages, body shapes, and skin shades. Yay for diversity in

alt-dance! The show is $10 at the door, or $7 with military ID. Click here for details.

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