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Six Things to Do Under $10 This Weekend

6. Flaunt Presents Gravel Kings

10 p.m., Thursday, June 19. Respectable Street, 518 Clematis St., West Palm Beach. 21and older. No cover. Visit Facebook.

With it being Best of season around here, it's good to note the continuing success of some of our past winners. You can start this weekend off early with Flaunt, the indie party, voted New Times' Best Nightlife Party in 2012, that keeps on giving. The night's headlining act is South Florida roots foursome Gravel Kings. The band is working on their first full album out next month on Decades Records.

DJ Marvelous Kendall, JJ Contramus, and OZwaldus will contribute to the party feel with their sonic skills while $2 PBRs ($1 before 11 p.m.) and $3 Flaunt shots will help those hesitant feet to fly. Gravel Kings will play another gig this Saturday at Inkwell Pub with Shotgun Betty and Thieves are Watching, so you have no excuse to not check them out now.

See also: Gravel Kings Think It's "Best to Listen to the People Who Listen to You"

5. Earphunk With Moon Hooch

9 p.m., Friday, June 20, at the Funky Biscuit. 303 SE Mizner Blvd., Boca Raton. $10 advance tickets, $15 at door. Visit Facebook.

The Funky Biscuit has an ear for everything, well, everything funky. This Friday's show features New Orleans' Earphunk, a six-piece band that describes itself as "prog-funk," a genre presumably made in stoner nerd heaven. Moon Hooch, a trio of "ragged" house rock, will support them. Get tickets now to save 5 bucks. Who knows, maybe you can actually save it for something we post on next week's five under $5.

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Natalya Jones

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