Things To Do

Tonight! Lavola Plays the Angie Got Carjacked Fundraiser at the Funky Buddha

Boca Raton's Funky Buddha Lounge will play host to a fundraiser to raise money for Angie (last name omitted) there's even a hookah raffle, if you're into that. Our very own indie darlings, Lavola along with DJ Agent Rose will play a live set to "highlight" the Mordernesque Burlesque show.

"Even if you don't want to come to help, this is going to be a celebration bash that is guaranteed to be so entertaining you will wish someone got carjacked more often!" That's not a statement you'd immediately want to agree with.

However, going to the Angie Got Carjacked event is totally morally significant; if you want to see the police report for the carjacking in question, check out David Stebbins' website -- he's the guy putting this together.

The event's divided into two halves: from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m., David Stebbins will be

hosting stand-up comedy; 11 p.m. to 1 a.m. is the slot to catch Lavola.

Unfortunately, the combination tickets for both parts are sold out, but tickets for the burlesque and band half of the show, available here, are still selling for $10 - so you can still see Lavola and

support a good cause. Oh, and there's an extra-special "Angie Got

Carjacked" ale as well as a bunch of tobacco. Check out the Facebook event page for more information.

Lavola,

part of the Modernesque Burlesque show. 8 p.m. Friday, August 20, at

the Funky Buddha Lounge, 2621 N. Federal Hwy, Boca Raton.  $10 for

Lavola & Modernesque Burlesque, $15 for the whole show.  Call

561-368-4643 or visit http://www.thefunkybuddha.com/

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Monica Uszerowicz