5. Art After Dark Burger Release Party/ Art Battle
9 p.m. Friday, June 19 at Tucker Duke’s Lunchbox Deer Field Beach.1101 S Powerline Rd Suite 102, Deerfield Beach. No cover. Visit Facebook.
What’s better than stuffing your face with a specialty burger? Watching an art competition while you do it. Thanks to Tucker Duke’s, the meat-lovin’ art connoisseur’s dream can finally come true with the Burger Release Party and Art Battle. Guests will be able to munch on a special summer burger being offered by the restaurant and then watch an art battle among local artists. Tucker Duke’s will be doing this every three weeks throughout the duration of the summer and will crown a champion at the finale.
4. Sex Trivia Night at The Brewhouse Gallery
6 p.m. Friday, June 19 at The Brewhouse Gallery. 720 Park Ave, Lake Park. No cover. Visit Facebook.
At this event, presented by Planned Parenthood of South, East and North Florida, you can pound back some liquid courage as you exhibit what sex knowledge you may (or may not) have. The top three teams will win prizes. Knowledge? Now that’s sexy!
3. International Surfing Day Party with Surfrider Foundation
6 p.m. Saturday, June 20 at Saltwater Brewery. 1701 W Atlantic Ave, Delray. No cover. Visit Facebook.
It’s International Surfing Day this Saturday, and while you may be too chicken to actually surf, there’s alternate ways to celebrate. Delray’s Saltwater Brewery will be joined by the nonprofit environmental organization Surfrider Foundation Palm Beach County Chapter in their version of the holiday. There will be music by blues-rock trio Shorty the Giant, food trucks, and specialty beer. So, yeah, you'll be able to hang ten without the shark bits or nasty swim ear.
2. Sergio Mastrocicco, Ratsmouth and Tame the Lyons
10:30 p.m. Saturday, June 20, at Inkwell Pub. 238 N State Road 7, Margate. No cover. Visit Facebook.
It’s a hat trick of sorts at Inkwell this Saturday. Check out solo artist Sergio Mastrocicco, American rock band Ratsmouth, and bluesy funk Tame the Lyons for free dollars. Your wallet will thank you.
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1. Original Music Showcase at America's Backyard
7 p.m. Saturday, June 20 at America's Backyard. 100 Southwest 3rd Ave, Fort Lauderdale. No cover. Visit Facebook.
Why have regular rock when you can have hard rock? That’s what America’s Backyard says! Original music will be performed by Ovrhol, Dayride Ritual, Shatterglass and Godsend. Stick around after and embrace your inner frat boy by partying it up, bro.