Things To Do

Ten Under $10 For the Weekend of June 26 - 28

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Friday, June 26

*Conjunto Progreso lays down Cuban grooves tonight at Transit Lounge in Miami. As always at Transit, there is no cover. Click here for full details.

*Frankurt, Germany-based minimal DJ/producer Robert Dietz plays tonight at White Room in Miami. Cover is just $10 before 12:30 a.m.. Click here for full details.

*The Citrus Circuit Tour, featuring some of the finest in Floridian roots rock, hits Propaganda in Lake Worth tonight. Admission is $10. Click here for full details, and click here for an MP3 from Lake Worth's own Truckstop Coffee.

Saturday, June 27

*Alt-country whiz Cory Branan plays Propaganda in Lake Worth, with Joey Cape of Lagwagon and others. Cover is just $5. Click here for full details.

*Need

some nostalgia with your gambling? The current incarnation of Herman's

Hermits play Saturday at the Seminole Casino -- the one in Coconut

Creek, not the big one. Cover is just $5 and it benefits charity. Click here for full details.

*Poprox

in Miami Beach hosts a birthday party for music producer Jimmy Jamez,

and with local artists' performances aplenty. Cover is $10. Click here for full details.

Sunday, June 28

*Cinema Paradiso in Fort Lauderdale hosts a nighttime record swap, with a screening of the documentary Iggy Pop: Lust for Life, and performances by local bands. Admission is free. Click here for full details.

*Boteco

in Miami hosts a party for Festa Junina, a Brazilian celebration of

country life! Who knew? Cover is just $5 and the party goes late. Click here for full details.

*For

a chilled-out end to the weekend, check out Sarava Sundays at the

Ritz-Carlton in South Beach. Leblon Cachaca cocktails are just $7 from

5 to 9 p.m., and a DJ spins global house. No cover. Click here for full details. 

*Really

need to drown your sorrows? MoQuila in Boca's Mizner Park is offering

not two-for-one, but three-for-one drinks from 11:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.

today. Click here for full details.  

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Arielle Castillo
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