Nightlife

Five Things to Do This Weekend Under $10


5. Freaks and Geeks Party at Propaganda Lake Worth


8 p.m. Saturday, July 11 at Propaganda Lake Worth. 6 S J St in Lake Worth. $5 cover if you dress up, $10 if you don't. Visit Facebook

Embrace your inner freak-a-geek this weekend with Propaganda's Freaks and Geeks Party. With music by Raggy Monster, Goddamn Hustle, Fuzzhound and Wolfcat, don't be surprised if you never stop dancing. There will be half off drafts as well as two-for-one cocktails until 10 p.m., so you can leave the flask at home.


4. The Drip Effect, Europa, Marvlec and The Metropolitan at O’Malleys Sports Bar


9 p.m. Saturday, July 11, at O'Malleys Sports Bar. 1388 N State Road 7 in Margate. No cover. Visit Facebook.

Progressive rock band The Drip Effect, Orlando band Europa (Orlando), alternative band the Metropolitan and punk group Marvelc come together for a performance at Margate’s O’Malleys Sports Bar. Need time to kill before the four other bands go on? Zack Jones from indie-folk band Gravel Kings will open the night with a 6:30 p.m. set.



3. Jane Rose and The Deadend Boys with Slip and The Spinouts

9 p.m. Saturday, July 11 at Vintage Tap, 524 W Atlantic Ave in Delray Beach. $10 cover. Visit Facebook.

If country music is more your style, check out Nashville's Jane Rose and The Deadend Boys, a rockabilly blues band that is performing at the Vintage Tap with locals Slip and The Spinouts.



2. Gennaro Moccia Memorial Show


5 p.m. Sunday, July 12 at Anonymous Guitars. 10778 NW 53rd St in Sunrise. $10 cover. Visit Facebook

Anonymous Guitars always knows where the party is at – their place. And this Sunday, it’s no exception. Wrap up your Sunday with music from metal band Pray You Avoid It, alternative pop rock Defy The Skyline, the indie Hotel Sierra and more. $10 + 6 bands = one hell of a good time.

1. Magic 102.7 Friday Happy Hour at Stache

5 p.m. Friday, July 10 at Bar Stache 1920's Drinking Den. 109 SW 2nd Ave in Fort Lauderdale. No cover. Visit Facebook


Stache gets it: you can't wait to start your weekend, so they're getting started early with a 5 p.m. happy hour hosted by Magic 102.7 FM. Indie cutie Phil Barnes and DJ Misha Samson are on the bill. Half-priced cocktails and two-for-one Stella Artois sweeten the deal.
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Natalya Jones