Propaganda's Grand Opening Will be a Week of Performances by Local Talent

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Lake Worth's Propaganda and the affiliated music newsletter sent via TheHoneyComb.com have been preeminent sources for finding out about local talent. The constant rotation of local bands on various nights of the week make the chic small space one of the best clubs in Broward and Palm Beach counties.

For the official grand opening, a slew of bands will play including Boca-based vintage garage punk act The Pretty Faces and rappers of the undead Zombies! Organize!! over a week starting August 9th. Other bands include Bonnie Riot, Band No. 12, and Ex Norwegian. Some of the days don't seem to be booked yet, so local bands take notice.

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