Best Music-Related Things to Do This Weekend Under $10

Miami's a city full of ballers. Poppin' bottles with celebs on South Beach, makin' it rain dolla, dolla bills at King of Diamonds, and dropping stacks of Benjamins just 'cause it's the motherfucking weekend. That's how we roll.

Alright, that's a bunch of bullshit. Crossdade's never made it rain, those bottles were comped, and the only stacks of Benjamins we're dropping these days are on student loan paybacks. Nevertheless, we still ball hard. We're ballin' on a budget, yo.

Check out Crossfade's picks for the best things to do this weekend under $10.

Hunx and His Punx

Friday, September 9

The Stage

Cost: Free

San Francisco's king of '60s-esque girl pop brings his boy-meets-boy catalog of catchy, hand-clappy garage rock to Miami courtesy of Sailor Jerry Rum. The company's Sailor Jerry Presents series welcomes Hunx, the Coathangers and Lil Daggers to The Stage, and all you have to do is RSVP and you're in.

Sammy Figueroa and His Latin Jazz Explosion

Friday, September 9

Upstairs at The Van Dyke

Cost: $5

Dude's worked with everyone from David Bowie to Marc Anthony, and he even toured with Miles Davis for eight years. The Grammy-nominated percussionist plays Upstairs at the Van Dyke this evening with his Miami-centric Latin Explosion.

Cheryl Pope, "Pendulum" from dorschgallery on Vimeo.

Cheryl Pope's Matter of Fact

Saturday, September 10

Dorsch Gallery

Cost: Free

Noise, art, can't beat that combination. Crossfade's Liz Tracy recommends Pope's "Tick," a pendulum of plates "you won't soon forget." Check out the rest of our best Second Saturday Art Walk picks for music lovers.

somejerk's Down promo mix by DownMiami


Sunday, September 11


Cost: Free

Miami's underground electro music scene kids are suckers for free shows, especially biweeky ones. Down's residents Somejerk, Gooddroid, Ashworth, and Gray Ghost get wild at Eve this Sunday.

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