Five Things to Do Under $10 This Weekend

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Greetings, fellow penny-pinchers! It's time for your weekly rundown of all the supercool yet refreshingly cheap stuff you should do this weekend. Read on for details on a disco concert out west, an art and music event at Vintage Tap, and more. The world is your oyster, friends.

The Van Gogh-gos Midnight Market
9 p.m. Friday, November 20, at Vintage Tap. 524 W. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach. No cover. Visit Facebook

Art Basel isn’t until next month, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get artsy-fartsy now. The Van Gogh-gos Midnight Market, a group of artists and those skilled in crafts, will be at Vintage Tap so you can get your fill. Aside from artists and vendors, expect food truck Smokin' Pete's BBQ and bands such as Octo Gato, SunGhosts, the Filthy Casuals, and the X-Wrays. Technically, you can jam out, eat BBQ, and check out art all at the same time. You multitasker you! 

Dark Water Rebellion at Kreepy Tiki
3 p.m. Friday, November 20, at Kreepy Tiki Bar & Lounge. 2608 S. Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale. $5 cover. Visit Facebook

Self-proclaimed “dark Americana” and “Southern goth” band Dark Water Rebellion will be infusing their jams into the Kreepy Tiki establishment tonight. Duo Riot Act will be there as well. Sure, cover may be $5 but there is free parking, drink specials and potential for an awesome time to compensate admission. In addition, there will be tickets raffled to see Lucero at Culture Room in December. Oh, and look your best, because Brainchildren Creative Studios will be filming this show.

City of Weston Concert in the Park Series: Disco Fever
7 p.m. Saturday, November 21, at Weston Community Center. 20200 Saddle Club Road, Fort Lauderdale. No cover. Visit Facebook

It’s flu season, so you have a fever – disco fever, that is. Check out Weston’s ’70s version of their Concert in the Park Series complete with jams such as “Disco Inferno”, “I Will Survive,” and anything else that encourages bell-bottom wear, big shoes, and untamable hair. Food trucks will be present for all you hungry hippos. Also, bring lawn chairs or blankets to use as seats.

Jangle Leg
11 p.m. Saturday, November 21, at Dada. 52 N. Swinton Ave., Delray Beach. No cover. Visit Facebook

Four-piece band Jangle Leg will be bringing its bluegrass sound to Dada, which may make your legs, well, jangle. Impress others with your snazzy dance moves as you feel the music. As always, feel free to grab yourself one of Dada's famous cocktails, particularly a mojito variation.

The Funky Nuggets at Propaganda
8 p.m. Saturday, November 21, at Propaganda Lake Worth. 6 S. J St., Lake Worth, Florida. $5 cover 21+ and $10 for those who are 18. Visit Facebook.

Dark Water Rebellion is making another guest appearance this weekend, but this time, it’s at Lake Worth’s Propaganda. The Funky Nuggets are the main act, and although it may sound like chicken pieces gone bad, it is actually a “funk fusion jam band” instead. Enjoy two-for-one cocktails as well as half off drafts until 10 p.m.

Natalya Jones is a food and music writer covering Broward and Palm Beach counties. To get the latest in entertainment and fun things to do in South Florida, follow her on Twitter.

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