Five Things to Do Under $10 This Weekend in South Florida

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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 raunchy comedy event at Kreepy Tiki, a stop by international DJ EDX at Vibe, and more!

The world is your oyster, friends.

thatDROP Presents EDX at Vibe
10 p.m. Saturday, November 14 at VIBE. 301 E Las Olas Blvd. $10 cover. Visit Facebook. 

Trendy Vibe keeps up with the beat—literally. This week, special guest DJ EDX will be performing thanks to thatDrop, an online publication dedicated to EDM news, music festivals, free downloads, and more. Local DJ Adam Foster will open up the night with his tropical house jams. Go here to purchase your tickets.

I Died A Hero, Newfound Line, Deafrabbit and more at Anonymous Guitars
6 p.m. Saturday, November 14 at Anonymous Guitars. 10778 NW 53rd St., Sunrise. $10 cover. Visit Facebook

Shy Guys Booking isn’t just a moniker for males who are less than outgoing; rather, it's is an organization bringing six bands to Anonymous Guitars this weekend. Come by Sunrise’s musical haven, Anonymous Guitars, to check out Newfound Line, Enuoia, I Died A Hero, Deafrabbit, Terrance 38 and Joe Thomas. Air guitars and head banging are welcome.

Funkalicious CD Release Party at Kahuna Bar and Grill
10 p.m. Friday, November 13 at Kahuna Bar and Grill. 249 N Ocean Blvd., Deerfield Beach. No cover. Visit Facebook

Fashion faux pas champions Camel Toe are releasing their new album, Funkalicious, and they’re doing it in style. Swing by Kahuna's in Deerfield Beach to catch not only three sets of Camel Toe’s funky jams, but pick up your own copy of the new release to groove to back at home. It’s time to rock out with your you-know-what out! And we’re not just referring to camel toe here.

Shorty the Giant, Fuzzhound, and Tame the Lyons at Vintage Tap
9 p.m. Friday, November 13 at Vintage Tap. 524 W Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach. $5 cover. Visit Facebook

A trifecta of music will take place at Vintage Tap this weekend, and it’s all yours to consume for a measly five bucks. Check out blues rockers Shorty the Giant, the psychedelic Fuzzhound, and jazz-reggae group Tame the Lyons. Bargain hunters, you won't want to pass on this  $5-for-3 deal.

Degenerate Comedy Showcase at Kreepy Tiki
8:30 p.m Friday, November 13 at Kreepy Tiki Tattoos & Boutique. 2606 S Federal Hwy., Fort Lauderdale. $5 cover. Visit Facebook

With a title like that, it's safe to say you can expect a certain level of naughtiness at this particular comedy showcase. Alabama’s George Collins will be headling Kreepy Tiki’s Degenerate Comedy show tonight, and he'll be accompanied by local comics as well. South Florida talent who will be present includes Lew Fitz, Ciro, Hans Rivera, Jon Levin and more. Get ready to laugh until your stomach hurts and cry because you might just be a degenerate too.

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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