5. Starlight Musicals
7 p.m. Friday, July 17 at Holiday Park. 1150 G Harold Martin Dr, Fort Lauderdale. No cover. Visit Facebook.
Starlight Musicals returns for a 37th year with a free evening of music. Friday night, bring your lawn chairs and a cooler (or, coolers, depending on how shitty your week was) to jam out to Viva, a Miami cover band that hits everything from Frankie Valli to the Beatles.
8 p.m. Saturday, July 18 at Jump the Shark -formerly The Bubble. 810 NE 4th Ave, Fort Lauderdale. $5 for 21+ and $10 for 18. Visit Facebook.
The Limitless party is a recipe created by Jump the Shark that consists of art, music, vendors, booze and food. The Interactive Art Show feature bands such as garage rock bands The Goddamn' Hustle, Boxwood, The Violet West and The Von. The last band will be celebrating their new release, Moon Garage, so be a good Samaritan and buy them a brew. Artists featured include ShitHouse Mouse, Todd The Painter, Danny M Kidwell and more.
3. Nightcasters at DADA
11 p.m. Friday, July 17 at Dada. 52 N Swinton Ave, Delray Beach. No cover. Visit Facebook.
If you attend DADA this Friday, you’re in for a night of some classic rock and blues fusion. If The Nightcasters don't get you dancing, DADA’s infamously delicious mojitos will.
2. Open Jam/Mic
9 p.m. Friday, July 17 at Propaganda Lake Worth. 6 S J St, Lake Worth. No cover. Visit Facebook.
Are you dying to show the world how tone deaf you are? This event is for you! Propoganda Lake Worth will allow you to show off your pipes at their live band open mic this Friday. Instruments such as drums, guitar rig, bass rig and mics will be set up. Instrumentalists can show off their skills, but without the baggage of lugging their own instruments. Signups begin at 8 p.m, which is perfect because that’s when happy hour starts. Bottoms up!
1. Electric Piquete at Guanabanas
9 p.m. Saturday, July 18 at Guanabanas. 960 North Highway A1A Jupiter. No cover.
Born and raised in the county of Dade, Electric Piquete, twice named Best Latin Band by Miami New Times, plays at Jupiter’s tropical Guanabanas on Saturday for the first time.