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What to Do in Broward and Palm Beach This Weekend

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There are plenty of shows to check out in Broward and Palm Beach this weekend, here are some of the highlights:

Tonight, Propaganda in Lake Worth is hosting Vultures are Wolves, a down and dirty noise metal band, punk rockers UglyHarts, and TV Kills Kids.

If synth pop is more your thing, head over to Respectable Street in West Palm Beach for tonight's Cobra Starship show.

Jam band fans probably should head over to Revolution Live to catch Col. Bruce Hampton tonight, and thrash punks The Dirty Boxes are playing at Dada in Delray Beach.

Tomorrow night, check out Solid Sound Studios for a night of music for music's sake with Hark the Herald, The End of May, and Phantomime.

Dreaming In Stereo, Seasons Lost, and Ghost of Gloria are playing the Sunset Cove Amphitheater in Boca tomorrow night starting at 6.

And your best bet on Sunday is checking in on J.P. Soars & The Red Hots with Nico Wayne Toussaint, who recently won the 25th International Blues Challenge. This show start at 9:30 at Alligator Alley.

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