First Friday at PRL
8 p.m., Friday at PRL Bar. 1904A Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood. No cover. Visit Facebook.
It’s the first Friday of the month, and what better way to celebrate than heading to PRL? Music by Pegasaurus and Br0wn will keep you jamming, and art by Antdel will keep you crafty. There are also beer and drink specials.
Propaganda Peep Show Presents: Ruby Tesla's Homecoming All-Star Revue
8 p.m., Friday at Propaganda Lake Worth. 6 S J St, Lake Worth. $10 cover. Visit Facebook.
Burlesque queen Ruby Tesla returns to Lake Worth after about 6 months in frigid Alaska. Joining her at the show is the Chameleon of Burlesque, Vita DeVoid, plus Shimmy Shake Revue founder Morgan La Rue, and the Skintillating Siren Lila Starlet. Patrick P. Smash is the MC for tonight. Happy hour is two-for-one drinks until 10 p.m..
9 p.m., Friday at Kreepy Tiki Bar & Lounge. 2608 South Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale. Free. Visit Facebook.
Presented by Sud Swap records & Miami Beer Tour, Swaptoberfest features a swap and beer bazaar like no other. Along with a mixtape release, the event also features Miami Beer Tour DJs, along with beer specials, a buy-and-barter bazaar, vintage video game arcade station, and more. Sounds like a lot to do in a little bit of time!
Gratus Garden at Kavasutra Las Olas
6 p.m., Saturday at Kavasutra Kava Bar Las Olas. 1318 E Las Olas Blvd, Fort Lauderdale. $10 Cover, $15 cover with raffle ticket. Visit Facebook.
What do you get when you mix yoga, fire dancing, and music at a kava bar? Besides a fire hazard, you get Gratus Garden. Taking place at Kavasutra Las Olas, this event features singers Erica Morgan and Xavier, along with art by Kelcie McQuaid and Kristin Ludlow, and a comedy hour with Ron Beau and Jon Schaefer. Proceeds will benefit ML Trainings.
Famous Monthly T-Dance at Flip Flops
4 p.m. Sunday at Flip Flops Dockside Eatery. 3051 NE 32nd Ave., Fort Lauderdale. No cover. Visit Facebook.
Drag comedic queen Amanda Austin will be hosting an evening of fun, $3 drinks, and salacious humor. At her side will be queens Carmen Adore, Athena Dion and Rebecca Glasscock. DJ Silvio will be putting down the music to make you think you can actually dance.
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