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Five Things to Do Under $5 This Weekend

5. Back to School Party at Pawn Shop

8 p.m., Friday, August 22, at Pawn Shop, 219 Clematis St., West Palm Beach. No cover. Visit Facebook.

Just because you graduated doesn't mean you're too old to go back to school. West Palm's Pawn Shop celebrates the beginning of the school year with a nerds versus school girls party, so you better think twice before acting a bully.

Ladies drink free all night long, DJ Reflex and R1 will have the jamz category covered, and pigtails, glasses, and suspenders will be your simple attire for the evening.

4. Summer Soundtrack: Phil Barnes & Carly Jo Jackson

8 p.m., Thursday, August 21, at a secret location in Fort Lauderdale. No cover. Visit Facebook.

Exposed PR and C&I Studios are known for hosting unconventional and fun events. This year's Summer Soundtrack is no exception. Promoting everything but the location, this concert series features open bar booze from Blue Nun Wines, Hard Rock Energy, and Naked Turtle Rum as well as popsicles from Pop Lab.

Local artists like -kids- have performed, and this week at the third edition of Summer Soundtrack, Phil Barnes and Carly Jo Jackson will take the unknown stage. RSVP today to this exclusive party tonight to [email protected] Remember, there are only 100 spots available so get on it! We all have smart phones for crying out loud. And although tonight seems to have already filled up, there's always next week's Summer Soundtrack.

See Also: Summer Soundtrack Pop-Up Series Hits Fort Lauderdale Today

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