Friday, August 21
*Lanzallamas Monofonica celebrates their third anniversary as a band tonight at Jazid in Miami Beach. This one should go late-night. Admission is free. Click here for full details.
*Miami punk-type band Boy Prostitute plays at the Vagabond tonight. Admission is free before midnight; $5 after. Click here to visit the Vagabond's web site.
*Miami guys Jacobs Ladder play a show at Churchill's in Miami tonight to kickoff their second national tour this summer. Admission is $10 at the door. Click here for full details.
*Propaganda in Lake Worth gets uncharacteristically loud and heavy for once. Miami experimental metallers Vultures are Wolves play with West Palm Beach punk rockers the UglyHarts and Pompano Beach multi-genre specialists TV Kills Kids. Admission is $5. Click here for full details.
Saturday, August 22
*Sweat Records' fundraising event, with Iggy Pop as the guest of honor, is tonight at the Awarehouse in Wynwood, Miami! Admission is just $10. Click here for full details.
*Amazing South Florida latter-day hardcore pioneers Poison the Well
play a headlining gig at Culture Room in Fort Lauderdale. Tickets are
just $9.99 in advance! Click here for full details.
*There's a huge Eulogy Records show at the Pit in West Palm Beach (1338
S. Killian Dr., Unit 3). Bands include the Mongoloids, Toetag, and Kids
Like Us. Click here to read more about it -- details are sketchy, but it's basically a warehouse show so admission should be around $10.
*At the Bubble in Fort Lauderdale, a feast of creative local band
names: Lazer Beast, Murderous Rampage, and Fantastic Amazing. Like the
event above, price details are a little sketchy but admission should
definitely be $10 or less. Click here for more details.
Sunday, August 23
*How's this for off the beaten path: An assortment of humble local
musicians play a 2 p.m. concert at the Secret Woods Nature Center in
Fort Lauderdale. Admission is free. Click here for full details.
soul/doo-wop revivalist Mayer Hawthorne stops by Purdy Lounge in South
Beach for a DJ set/live P.A. Admission, as always at the weekly
Chocolate Sundays party, is free. Click here for full details.
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