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The time has come to thread together every single local art discipline under one roof. ArtServe's annual "Red Eye" event, now in its sixth year, fuses the loftiest gallery art, gritty street creations, short film, poetry, installations, and live music into an invigorating onslaught that will surprise, shock, and inspire.

The event will feature live music from local acts Speaking Volumes, Marvlec, Derevo, and Half Head.

Your tattoo artist, your hairdresser, your favorite graffiti sprayer, and everyone else from the creative existence will probably be in attendance, so why not get to ArtServe on Friday, July 22? Especially if you can attend for free!

It's a very simple process to enter for free tickets:

It's not even

going to take you longer than it did to read this blog. Simply head to

the County Grind Facebook page, like it, and post a link to your favorite ArtServe artist. We'll pick a winner at random by noon tomorrow and inform you via Facebook.

ArtServe's "Red Eye." 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Friday, July 22 at ArtServe, 1350 E. Sunrise Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. Click here.


Follow County Grind on Facebook and Twitter: @CountyGrind.

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