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Juke and King Bee Kick Off New Times and Gulfstream Park's Rocktober Tonight

For some people, the month of October means beer and brats. Others get amped for jack-o-lanterns full of candy and firecrackers. And while we here at New Times totally dig booze, encased meats, lollipops, and low explosives, we want more! In fact, we think the tenth month is the perfect time for rocking out like drunk, greasy gremlins on a vicious sugar high.

Hence, Rocktober, a four-week free-for-all of live tuneage that starts tonight at 9 p.m. with bluesy local killers Juke and King Bee at the Village at Gulfstream Park. There will even be cheap brew and food. And it's free. What else do you want? Candy? Firecrackers? Sketchier contraband?

And we thought our appetite for fun was insatiable.

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