Friday, August 28
*For something a little more sophisticated -- and earlier -- check out the Hot Nights, Cool Jazz event at the Bass Museum in South Beach. Admission is $10 and includes an open bar. Click here for full details.
*Boy-girl electro-pop duo -- and Crossfade favorites! -- BFGF play the Vagabond in Miami tonight. Admission is free before 11 p.m., and there are $1 beers until midnight! Click here for full details.
*Local rap/hard rock alchemists Purple Popcorn play at White Room in Miami; admission is $10. Click here for full details.
*Spred the Dub hits Kahuna Bar & Grill in Deerfield Beach. Guess what kind of music they play? Admission is free. Click here for full details.
Saturday, August 29
*OMG, remember one-time Miami
almost-made-its Nuclear Valdez? They are playing tonight at Churchill's
in Miami -- cover is probably $10 or less, although details are thin on
the ground. Click here to visit Churchill's web site.
*Local Latin-rock-fusion favorites Bachaco play Upstairs at the Van Dyke in South Beach for free. Click here for full details.
Beach surf-rock trio the Gutter Queens celebrate the release of their
EP this Saturday at the Talent Farm in Pembroke Pines. Support comes
from the awesomely named local acts Bell Tower Falls, A Farewell to
Arms, and Our Crustacious Nemesis. Cover is $10. Click here for full details.
Sunday, August 30
I Say 2 is tonight at Cinema Paradiso in Fort Lauderdale. Fun-time
activities include a record swap, a screening of the documentary House
of the Rising Punk, and live music from Anchorman, the Ruins, and
Tongues of the Heartworm. Admission is free. Click here for full details.
reggae favorites Jahfe play at the newly revamped Clevelander in South
Beach. The show is free and the hotel is less pukey! Click here for full details.
Underground Concert Series continues at Kitchen 305 in Sunny Isles
Beach tonight. Performing are Alukard, Candace Meyer, Becca Neun, and
Xela Zaid... And like all Kitchen 305 shows, admission is free. Click here to visit Alukard's MySpace for more details.
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