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Five Things to Do Under $10 in South Florida This Weekend

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Times are hard which means that times need to be cheap. Before you stay home tonight and cry over what happened in Grey's Anatomy or rewatch all the leaked episodes of Game of Thrones, take a look at this list. 

It's full of fun things to do that won't cost any more than, like, 50 chicken chicken McNuggets. 

5. Stoked! Surf/Skate/Art/Music show for Autism Awareness

7:45 p.m. Friday, April 24, at Propaganda Lake Worth. 6 S J St, Lake Worth. $5 minimum donation. Visit Facebook

What do you get when you combine art, music, and a good cause? You get Stoked! Surf/Skate/Art/Music show benefitting Autism awareness at Propoganda Lake Worth tonight. Generously awesome bands playing this event include Fireside Prophets, Mykal Morrison, Not Spices, The Helmsmen, and LFTD LVLS. It'll be a reggae-themed for those chilled back post 4/20 vibes, mon. Let’s not forget drink specials, which include two for one cocktails and half off drafts until 10 p.m. The cover for this event is a donation of a least $5, but we know you can give more than that. Plus this month is National Autism Awareness month, so dig deep.
4. April Art Walk/Beard Project at C&I Studios

6 p.m. Saturday, April 25, at C&I Studios. 541 NW 1st Ave, Fort Lauderdale. No cover. Visit Facebook.

Who says that no shave November ended in November? Not C&I Studios, that’s for damn sure! Come out to FAT Village's monthly art walk this Saturday for the Beard Project. There will be delicious food trucks, funky vendor booths, and an opportunity to donate to Reach, C&I Studios' charity. Photography and video of the majestic facial structure known as beards will be showcased all night. Ladies, get ready to swoon.

3. Dharmata “Cyles” Album Release Party

8 p.m. Saturday, April 25, at Respectable Street. 518 Clematis St, West Palm Beach. $10 cover. Visit Facebook.

Former SunFest performers Dharmata will be releasing their second album Cycles tonight at Respectable Street. Although this is one the most expensive events on the list, there is an added bonus: all participants get a free CD. This Palm Beach hardcore band has also performed at Florida Music Festival, Buzz Bake Sale, and Moonfest, so you know their sound is legit.

2. Simple Principles, The Shakers, and FWA at Inkwell Pub

7 p.m. Friday, April 24, at Inkwell Pub. 238 N State Road 7, Margate. No cover. Visit Facebook.

Punk band Simple Principles, the hardcore FWA, and rockers The Shakers will be holding down the house this Friday at Inkwell Pub. There's no better way to work out the corporate stress of the week than with some irresponsibly loud power chords. 

1. The Pine Hill Haints with Everymen and Que Lastima at Kreepy Tiki Tattoos & Boutique

9 p.m. Friday, April 23, at Kreepy Tiki Tattoos & Boutique. 2606 S Federal Hwy, Fort Lauderdale. $10 cover. Visit Facebook.

Kreepy Tiki Tattoos & Boutique is one of the perfect places to be this weekend to avoid that mainstream music those damn millennials keep blasting. The Pine Hill Haints will be bringing its “Alabama ghost music” while Que Lastima will provide the “dumpster swag." Let’s not forget local favorites Everymen, who will be jamming out as well. $10 for 3 bands is a steal, so take advantage of this, you cheap bastard.

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