Things To Do

Ten Under $10 For the Weekend of August 7 - 9

Marques Wyatt gets deep at Electric Pickle
Friday, August 7

*Soulful house great Marques Wyatt spins at Electric Pickle in Miami, with support from local favorites Djinji Brown and Tomas Ceddia. Admission is just $10 before midnight. Click here for full details.

*Orlando indie rock favorites XOXO play Propaganda in Lake Worth for just $5. Click here for full details.

*Fridays at the Vagabond in Miami hosts a performance by local act Little Beard tonight. Admission is free before midnight, $5 after. Click here to visit the Vagabond's web site.

*Local Cuban-Italian-American bluesman Albert Castiglia plays a free gig at Maguire's Hill Pub in Fort Lauderdale. Click here for full details.

Saturday, August 8

*Art-electro gods Fischerspooner roll through Exit 66 in Fort Lauderdale for a DJ set. Admission is $10. Click here for full details.

*The Miami-based psychedelic reggae/soul act Ketchy Shuby plays an early-evening show at Radio-Active Records in Fort Lauderdale. Admission is free. Click here for full details.

*Concurrent with the Wynwood gallery night, the Wynwood Social Club in Miami hosts the monthly Art & Design Market & Lounge. The event starts at 4 p.m. with free admission until 6 p.m.; after that, $10 gets you free drinks and musical entertainment. Click here to visit the venue's web site.

*Locos Por Juana side project Xperimento plays tonight at Tobacco Road in Miami for just $5. Click here to visit Tobacco Road's web site.

Sunday, August 9

*If you're not absolutely partied out from the weekend, the long-running Chocolate Sundays party at Purdy Lounge in South Beach is always a safe bet. The music -- quality hip-hop in front, indie/electro stuff in back -- is always good, and admission is always free. Click here for full details.

*Or, you can more gently nurse your hangover at a rare local-friendly spot on the Miami River, Finnegan's on the River. Their new Detox Sundays party is free and there are specials on beer buckets and margarita and mojito pitchers. Click here for full details.

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Arielle Castillo
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