Things To Do

Five Things to Do Under $10 This Weekend

5. 2nd Annual Art & Beer Fest

5 p.m. Saturday, June 5, at TAP Global Beer Collection, 14813 Lyons Rd Suite 100, Delray Beach. No cover. Visit Facebook.

Art is great and all, but with beer, it’s even better. Plus, artwork just looks so much cooler after three Bud Lights. At TAP Global Beer Collection, both beer and art will be intertwined in a glorious marriage for the 2nd Annual Art & Beer Fest. Guests will receive a free passport to sample beer at mini outdoor beer tents. As soon as the passport is fully stamped, beers from New Belgium, Mahou, Sierra Nevada, Due South and more will be 15% off. The art expo will showcase original work from Delray's Ocean Minded Treasures, Affordable Art by Jake Lawson, Creativecide and more.
4. Beyond the Boundary, Shorty the Giant, and Ryan J Huseman at Kreepy Tiki, 

9 p.m. Friday, June 5, at Kreepy Tiki Bar & Lounge, 2608 South Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale. $5 cover. Visit Facebook.

Kreepy Tiki is offering a not so creepy event this Friday for a mere five bucks. Hand over a crisp Abe Lincoln to see
alternative funk-punk band Beyond the Boundary, blues rock trio Shorty the Giant, and Peyote Coyote’s lead singer Ryan J. Huseman. Trust us, it’s cheaper and way more worth it than the Florida Georgia Line concert last week.
3. The Hollywood Vine-nyl Society

12 p.m. The Hollywood Vine-nyl Society at Hollywood Vine Wines and Spirits, 2035 Harrison St. in Hollywood. No admission fee. Call 954-922-2910, or visit

Your friends over at the Hollywood Vine-nyl Society are once again hosting their semi-quarterly shindig. Twelve vinyl aficionados will bring 50 of their own cherry-picked favorites to jam all afternoon. Described as “bringing your own deck of cards to a poker game,” there will be a throng of bona fide record addicts present to buy, sell, barter, or just casually brag about their personal gems. Whatever your level of vinyl nerdom, the presence of a fully stocked wine shelf and a 1950s-themed hootenanny should be more than enough to get you out of the house and over to that raging sock hop.
2. Propaganda Peep Show

8 p.m. Friday, June 5, at Propaganda Lake Worth, 6 S J St, Lake Worth. $5 cover. Visit Facebook

If you want to see sexy, scantily clad girls, skip the strip club. Instead, opt for the much classier Propaganda Peep Show. Presented by Ruby Tesla Burlesque, June’s guest headliner is Candy Muldune, who starred in Ruby Tesla Burlesque’s first show ever. Other performers include magician Remy Connor, Coco Le Bod, new performer Bailey's Irish Scream, music by Mykal Morrison and more. There will also be a $1 raffle for a chance to win a $100 gift certificate for Aces High Tattoo Shop.

1. LUX Nightclub Presents Maci Delaghetto

10 p.m. Friday, June 5, at LUX Nightclub, 4000 RCA BLVD, Palm Beach Gardens. $10 guys, $5 girls. Visit Facebook

Palm Beach’s LUX Nightclub will be featuring plenty of DJs this Friday to satisfy your fist pumping needs. One of Miami’s favorites, DJ Crespo, will be in attendance along with Detroit lady DJ Maci Delaghetto and the local DJ Journey. It’s twice as much for those with a Y chromosome to attend (go figure) but hey, it’s still pretty cheap and should no doubt be a sweaty good time. 
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