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Five Under $10 For the Weekend of March 9 - 11

Friday, March 9

*Tonight, Jacuzzi Boys start a weekend of locally celebrating their upcoming European tour. Tonight finds them in Palm Beach County at the Snooze in Lake Park, supported by Love Handles and Honey Train. Cover details are kinda murky but should be under $10. Click here.

*Miami-based live hip-hop act Mayday! also plays a rare-ish show north of the Miami-Dade County line tonight, also before soon leaving on super-extensive tour. The group hits up the Speakeasy Lounge tonight supported by Audioplayground and Dub Recon. It's all part of an 18-and-up party called Bass Face, and admission is $10. Click here.

*Green Room continues with its recently birthed Friday-night party,

Black Fridays, which, as the name implies, is for those of a slightly

goth/underground alternative/whatever bent. Resident DJS LinderSMASH and

Kaos spin alongside guests, and admission is free. You can even score a

free drink token, valid before midnight, by e-mailing in advance. Click here.

Saturday, March 10

*South Florida artist Poppa E and his E

Band are doing their damnedest to keep traditional blues alive. This

Friday finds the group at Satchmo in Fort Lauderdale, playing a free

show. Click here.


spring break madness isn't happening by heading to the underground

party Swarm 7 at Squeegee Science in Fort Lauderdale. The

multidisciplinary event features a pop-up gallery with works by local

artists, as well as performances across multiple genres, from Lavola's

feedback-filled rock and roll to Jabrjaw and Dee Dubbs' underground

hip-hop. Admission is free. Click here.

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