Five Things to Do Under $10 This Weekend

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5. The Fort Lauderdale Beach Fall Music Fest
Noon, Saturday, November 22 to November 23, at Da Big Kahuna, 17 S. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd., Suite 308, Fort Lauderdale. Free with online registration or with a food donation. Visit Facebook.

The boys of Beach Place music festivals are back. Dave Neri and Colby Taylor are returning with over 12 hours of local live music in plenty of different genres for very cheap. You'll hear anything from hip-hop act Fresha Got The Kush to classic rock cover band Crush jamming out to Rush.

What makes this festival different from the rest is the fact that there will be a food donation for a Thanksgiving food drive. Oh, and if you're thinking of shaving that stache, don't. There will be a Stache Off with with prizes for the winner of the best mustache in honor of No Shave November, the huge viral campaign for men's health issues such as testicular and prostate cancer.

"It's extraordinarily important that we give to the community, and every child deserves food on their plate," says Taylor. In addition, there will be special promotion giveaways by Monster Energy Gaming and Grateful J's.


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Five Things to Do Under $10 This Weekend

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5. Impulse Art at Hollywood Artwalk
8 p.m. Saturday, November 15, at Artcenter 2020, 2020 Harrison St., Hollywood. No cover. Visit Facebook.

Artist Daniel Pontet will be painting live at Hollywood's art walk to a drumming circle guided by Jeff Lee, Evan Kline, Adrian Jones and featuring Diego Fuica. The powwow is sponsored by Resurrection Drums and organized by Hollywood CRA. And if you haven't heard before, Pontet paints on the ground... with his feet.

At least his hands will be clean for a high five! Art in Hollywood sounds like more fun than art anywhere else right about now.

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Five Things to Do Under $5 This Weekend

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5. First Fridays Street Party
6 p.m., Saturday, November 8, at America's Backyard, 100 SW Third Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Visit Facebook.

For those who want their kids to get out of the house and enjoy some human interaction and cultural stimulation, we've got an event for you.

America's Backyard will host its First Fridays Street Festival with artists, food trucks, crafters, and live music from KISS Country.

Be nice and bring the whole crew. If they get annoying, just grit your teeth and remember that hours later, America's Backyard will transform into a land of debauchery, and you can drink your stress away on a tiny budget. No worries if you miss this week, this shindig happens the first Friday of every month.

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5. Northern Soul Dance Party
9 p.m., Saturday, November 1, at Blue Front, 1132 N. Dixie Hwy., Lake Worth. No cover. Visit Facebook.

Soul never dies. It lives in the dancing shoes of those who twirl to the sounds of Jerry Butler in homes and hidden dance spots worldwide.

In fact, a new Northern soul scene is flourishing right here at Lake Worth's Blue Front Bar-B-Que. The monthly dance party features limited release 45s of the '60s DJed by three fans of the genre. The kitchen stays open till 5 a.m., so after you sweat like James Brown, you can curb your hangover with some drunchies.

See Also: New Beat Soul Club Brings Northern Soul Revival to Respectable Street

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5. Boynton Beach's Anniversary Art Walk
6 p.m., Thursday, October 23, at Boynton Beach Live, 422 W. Industrial Ave., Boynton Beach. No cover. Visit Facebook.

Boyton Beach Art District once again hosts its monthly art walk, but this weekend, there's something a little different. Its the event's fourth year anniversary and the final art walk of the year. Expect open studios, food trucks by Ps561, and live music by She's Neurotic, John Greco Band, and Montage.

If you miss it, you'll unfortunately have to wait till January 2015 when the party resumes with Art Synergy's Art Week 2015 in conjunction with Art Palm Beach. In other words, leave happy hour early to delve into a night full of quality local music and art. Hell, pour your leftover two-for-one drink in a flask if you have to. Just get BBAD tonight.

See Also: Boynton Beach Arts District Monthly Art Walks Back On


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5. Rocky Horror Picture Show
10 p.m., Friday, October 17, at Respectable Street, 518 Clematis St., West Palm Beach. No cover. 21+. Visit Facebook.
If you've never sang the words, "I'm just a sweet transvestite from Transsexual, Transylvania" amidst a crowd of Rocky Horror fanatics, here's your big chance! Respectable Street is hosting an interactive experience of this fine film with a full cast, two dollar Time Warp shots, and survival kits at the door. Don't forget your best Janet costume either, you just might meet your very own Brad.

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5. The Train Wrecks at Dada
10 p.m. Friday, October 10, at Dada. 52 N. Swinton Ave., Delray Beach. No cover. Visit Facebook.

Savannah's the Train Wrecks leave out lyrics about pickup trucks in favor of a more gritty, traditional style of country music. With two albums, Whiskey and War and Saddle Up, under the group's belt, a third one is set to be released this fall. Maybe you'll hear a few new tunes at Dada tomorrow night for all of zero bucks.


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5. Synesthesia
5 p.m. Friday, October 5, at Eucalyptus Gardens, 2430 NE 13 Ave., Wilton Manors. $5 cover. Visit Facebook.

Synesthesia is making its regular appearance on the scene, every first Saturday of the month. This time, the sounds you can see party will take place at Wilton Manor's Eucalyptus Gardens.

This party's got it all, music, art, food, and people, hopefully dancing people. Live music includes sets by Park Road, Shorty the Giant, DJ Raven, Late Bird, and the Int'l Language. Food and beverages are provided by Kombulicious Kombucha, Chateau D'Vine, Ginger Root Farm, Seed of Life Bistro, El Guanaco, and many others. Let your senses intertwine in a pleasant orgy of delight!

See also: Shorty the Giant Is "Stoked" to Play Propaganda's Summer Daze


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5. Cupcakes Go Cosplay
10 p.m., Saturday, September 27, at Respectable Street, 518 Clematis St., West Palm Beach. $7 prepay, $10 at the door. Visit Facebook.

It's time to dust off your hottest Sailor Moon or Princess Leia outfit for the nerdiest, sexiest themed night in town. Every kind of fantasy comes alive at Respectable Street's Cupcakes Go Cosplay event this Saturday.

Dressing up not your thing? Let the lovely Cupcakes burlesque troupe talk dirty and nerdy to you. But getting in costume is only part of the fun, so make sure to do it and definitely go for the win in the costume contest. There are prizes. Who says being geeky in high school didn't pay off? Not us.

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5. Monterey at Kreepy Tiki
10 p.m., rock show at the Montery Club, 2608 S. Federal Hwy., Fort Lauderdale. $5. Visit Facebook.

So, very recently, the newly revamped bar in Kreepy Tiki Tattoos in Fort Lauderdale started selling liquor. This is big news because nothing goes quite as well with rock and roll as whisky or vodka, or tequila, depending on what subgenre you're rocking out to. Anyway, tonight you can suck down some booze to the sounds of: Hinesight from Texas, West Palm's Amplifier Orgy, FTL's Fantastic 5, and Miami's Fulltime Motherfucker. Get crunk.

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