Things To Do

Labor Day Weekend: Ten Things to Do in Broward and Palm Beach Counties

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Shimmy Shake Revue with Morgan La Rue. Saturday, September 1, 9 p.m., at Five Points Lounge, 2606 S. Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale. Admission is $10. Think feathers, sequins, gyrating hips, and a whole lot of eye candy that will send you back in time. These lusty ladies are no strangers to the taboo world and art of burlesque performance. The teasing and pleasing will include performances by Morgan La Rue, Holly Peno, Lisa Ann, and Val Vampyre. Click here.

Weeping Willow IV. Saturday, September 1, 7 p.m., at Radio-Active Records, 845 N. Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale. Admission is free. Get weird over the weekend and experience a sonic taste of South Florida's experimental music scene. Taking the stage is Kenny Millions, Dear Darling, Sugawack, and a collaborative set by Last and Drowning the Virgin Silence. This will be the last installment of Weeping Willow, so you don't want to miss it. Click here

Sweet Chariots CD-Release Party. Saturday, September 1, 8:30 p.m., at Propaganda, 6 S. J St., Lake Worth. Admission is $10; includes Sweet Chariots CD. Local rockabilly act Sweet Chariots is taking a new approach with its latest album release, Someone Else's Greatest Hits. An entire album of cover songs, it features music from the Allman Brothers Band, Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, and more. Performing alongside them will be the Butchers, Black Weather Shaman, Leading the Heroes, Routine Scheme, and Black Finger. Click here.

Summer Jam Music Festival. Sunday, September 2, and Monday, September 3, at Meyer Amphitheater, 104 Datura St., West Palm Beach. Admission is $30 for one day, $50 for a two-day pass. Leave the summer behind with one last hurrah at the two-day Summer Jam Festival. With performances by B-Liminal, Nonpoint, Seven Mary Three, Supervillains, Shaggy, and a ton more, there is an eclectic mix of music for the whole family. Purchase tickets here

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