Breaking: Alligator Alley Closing Its Doors For Good this Weekend

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Sad news for music fans throughout South Florida. Alligator Alley, home to the best combination of food, beer, and music in Broward County, is shutting its doors for good after this weekend. The two-day farewell party begins tomorrow night with Alley staple Albert Castiglia; Jeff Watkins, John Yarling, and Kilmo also take the stage. As they're winding down business, leave your credit cards at home and just bring piles of cash to send them off in style. This show is $7 and the doors open at 7 p.m.

Saturday night is the final farewell to Alligator Alley. Stonefox, Whirl, and surelyquite a few special guests will start playing at 8:30 p.m. The show is also $7, with a 7 p.m. door time.

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