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Five Under $10 For the Weekend of March 2 - 4

Friday, March 2

*Airstream-dwelling, roots-rock playing couple Hymn For Her arrives in South Florida for the weekend. A second show that was to take place tomorrow night at E-Bar in Fort Lauderdale is canceled (venue's fault!), but tonight's free show at Dada in Delray Beach is still happening. Click here for details. 

*Local bluegass-punk favorites Everymen perform tonight at the Speakeasy Lounge in Lake Worth. It's hard to go wrong with a band fronted by a guy called Captain Bobo! Also on the bill are Out of Sorts, Los Bastardos Magnificos, Black Seal, and Break Blossom. Admission is $5. Click here

*Elsewhere in Lake Worth, at Propaganda, get two flavors of local metal for the price of one. Doomy trio Shroud Eater share a bill hear with death act Masticator. Propaganda continues to lose at the web/social media game but admission should be under $10. Click here

*It's been a while since we've checked in with Longboards in West Palm Beach. Tonight, the High Fevers, a rockabilly act from Cocoa Beach, play. Admission is free. Click here

*If you didn't get your fill of slightly spooky Americana stuff on Friday, you can return to the Speakeasy Lounge to catch the permanently-on-tour, yet Lake Worth sorta-based, Viva Le Vox. Black Seal returns again as a support act. Admission is $5. Click here

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