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Top Five Upcoming Parties at Cowboys Saloon

Howdy there, cowfolk! We, at County Grind love, country music, and Davie's finest, Cowboys, is bringing it hard over the next few weeks. With Jacob Jeffries Band performing, the chance to drink cheap beers with Jesus, and ladies dressed like sexy soldiers, this line-dancing hotspot is bumpin'. Hell, only thing missin' is Mr. Willie Nelson himself. Read on to see what's to do at Cowboys, as you polish your spurs.

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5. Jacob Jeffries Band

The decidedly delightful to ingest, jangly pop-rock of New Times cover dudes Jacob Jeffries Band may seem out of place at a saloon in Davie, but shoot, we ain't arguing! The show takes places tonight at 6 p.m., and admission is only 10 bucks. It gets you a free domestic beer or shot, and discounts on chow.

But really, you should go to check out Broward-native Jacob Jeffries and his awesome band. You'll enjoy the soulful singing and sincere performance of these musicians. They have been touring quite a bit, but also manage to maintain a nice local following.

4. Love a Woman in Uniform?

Put away your cowboy boots, cutoff shorts, and plaid shirts for a darn tootin' minute. Friday night is not only ladies' night, but it's the Armed Forces Edition.

You should dress in your best camo duds and stomp on combat boots for this hoedown. In honor of the approaching Memorial Day, members of the military get in free all weekend and those in uniform get a free drink or draft beer of choice.

It's the Murican' thing to do, yall! Don't forget about two dollar Bacardi mojitos and five buck Fireball shots to "whisper temptation" in your ear, Florida/Georgia Line style. Everyone 21 and up gets in free till 11 pm.

3. Thomas Rhett Drinks a Beer with Jesus

Another concert coming to this saloon is none other than up-and-coming artist Thomas Rhett. Even though you can't actually have a beer with Christ like Rhett croons about, you might just be sitting next to a guy name Jesus in chaps enjoying Rhett's crooning with you.

This song of Rhett Akins, will be bringing "My Kinda Party" to Cowboys on Thursday, May 30. Visit cowboysdavie.com for pre-sale tickets for $10 and $15 the night of the show. For only $30, VIP tickets get ya open bar all night.

2. UFC Fight with Drink Specials

Next Saturday on May 25, check out UFC 160 on the big screens and cheer on the fight between Velasquez versus Bigfoot 2. Watch these two fighters grapple for hours, while calmly sucking on ridiculously cheap drink specials, or for $15, and you'll be able to drink whatever the inner alcoholic in you desires from 8 to 11 p.m. Just make sure you don't slurp down too many -- we don't want you starting a UFC fight of your own at Cowboys.

1. Go Back to School with College Night's Beer Pong Tournament

Although this is a regular party, we figured we ought to let you in on it, to get your inner beer pong master back in motion.

Remember all those times in college where you skipped class or went out on a Monday to frat it up with beer pong? Regress back to those days when the smell of stale beer followed you everywhere. Now you can finally put those skills to work at the pong tourney held every Thursday, a.k.a. College Night, for a chance to win $500 in cash.

For all you youngsters out there, or for those trying to corrupt their younger siblings, Thursday nights are now 18 and older.

Cowboys Saloon is located at 1805 South University Drive Davie. Call 954-476-0063, or cowboysdavie.com.

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