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5. Wayne White, Douglas Hoekzema and Project LSD Opening

6 p.m. Friday, June 12 and Saturday, June 13 at Art and Culture Center of Hollywood. 1650 Harrison St, Hollywood. $7 adults, $4 students. Visit Facebook.

Hollywood is a hidden mecca of art and although the monthly Wynwood art walk is happening on Saturday, some of us can't (or just won't) make that drive. Thanks to The Art and Culture Center of Hollywood, you can get plenty of your artsy fill with Wayne White's exhibition "Art is Supposed to Hypnotize You or Something", Douglas Hoekzema's "Terrain", and Project LSD, organized by Rob Tufnell. Don't get too excited, though - there will be no real LSD here. Well, none that we know of, anyway. There will be two days of art, music and even a puppet parade, so check out this spot for a jam packed itinerary for two days. 

4. Live Music Fridays at Crafti Bar

9 p.m. Friday, June 12 at Crafti Bar. 21 W Las Olas Blvd, Fort Lauderdale. No cover. Visit Facebook.

Hosted by Simplekill Studios, Fort Lauderdale’s Crafti Bar is hosting live music perfectly adhered to your jamming needs. First off is psychedelic rock group Peyote Coyote followed by indie rockers Ratsmouth and a pair of punk bands: Short the Giant and Köcosanté. Funky The Int'l Language's set wraps up the music, but not the evening: the bar stays open until 4 a.m. 

3. Music Showcase Night at Your Big Picture Café

8 p.m., Friday, June 12 at Your Big Picture Cafe. 5935 S University Dr, Davie. No cover. Visit Facebook.

In the mood for some acoustic tunes? Thanks to Your Big Picture Café, you are guaranteed to hear some. Mike Bleier will be performing to fit the mood of the chill, cool café. Also in tow is harp guitarist Mitch Kopp and comedian John Rosen. You’ll laugh, you might cry, but you most definitely will sing along.

2. The Devil's Lettuce Featuring John E. Creep, Godsend, Park Rd & Dirty

9 p.m. Saturday, June 13 at Goldfinger Club. 3801 N University Dr, Sunrise. $10 cover. Visit Facebook.

So here’s an interesting twist on live music: strip joint Goldfinger Club will be featuring bands this Saturday. On the main stage where scantily clad ladies usually dance away their daddy issues will be local music instead. The lineup for hard rock and metal bands include The Devil's Lettuce, Godsend, Dirty Skirty, and John E. Creep of The Cadillac Creeps drumming with punk guests Park Rd. We are sure the bands will be accepting tips, so don't leave your dollar bills at home.

1. Live Music at Kreepy Tiki

9:30 p.m. Saturday, June 13 at Kreepy Tiki Tattoos & Boutique. 2606 S Federal Hwy, Fort Lauderdale. $5 cover. Visit Facebook.

Kreepy Tiki is always bringing the fun for cheap, which is why we give shoutouts to them so often. This week’s event includes $5 music by rock & roll band The Bell Ringers, heavy metal Combat and punk rock The High Ministers. With such variety, you can never go wrong at the Tiki.  

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