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Five Things to Do Under $10 This Weekend

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3. DJ Skidmark, Laundry Room Squelchers with Leo Casino, the Jellyfish Brothers, Xela Zaid, Adam Matza, and others at Art on the Edge

8 p.m., Saturday, June 7, at Art on the Edge, 19 NW 7th Ave., Fort Lauderdale. No cover. Visit Facebook.

The delightfully eclectic Art on the Edge Gallery is providing a slew of musicians from all different experimental genres to play. A few artists include Laundry Room Squelchers with Leo Casino, the Jellyfish Brothers, Xela Zaid, and Adam Matza. Read more about the experimental event here.

2. Sawgrass Kin, Rat's Mouth, Grave Sights, Kukoon Norris at Propaganda Lake Worth

8 p.m., Saturday, June 6, at Propaganda Lake Worth, 6 South J St., Lake Worth. $10 for 18 and older and $5 for 21 and older. Visit Facebook.

This discounted Lake Worth par-tay not only showcases local acts for a cheap price, but offers plenty of booze options to have you drinking like you're at Bartender's Bash. Ladies get free cocktails (because, duh) while the fellas pay a mere $3 for their beverages. Live music includes the swampy Sawgrass Kin, the dark, industrial Kukoon Norris, feel-good rock by Rat's Mouth (get it? Boca Raton?) and acoustic alt-country crooner Grave Sights. If a couple $5 custom made Propatinis don't have you feeling warm and fuzzy, we're pretty sure Propaganda's melting pot of sounds will.

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