What to Hear in Broward and Palm Beach This Weekend

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Plenty to check out in Broward and Palm Beach this weekend, and no matter who you are, you'll find something that will scare you. David Allan Coe, for instance, is playing tonight at Culture Room. He's been known to scare more than a few people in his day. KMFDM are out at Respectable Street, if crazy German electro-bands are your thing. Sevendust is celebrating Revolution Live's fifth anniversary by "rocking" starting at 8, The Spam Allstars are lighting up Propaganda, and Big Mike Griffin is appearing at The Back Room Blues Bar.

Tomorrow night, for those who don't want to sit home and watch the parades of children beg for candy, check out the Diablo Dimes at Monterey Club (Formerly Zoo Bar), The Halloween Drum Circle (Seriously) at Orange Door, REO Speedwagon is playing Cruzan Amphitheater, KMFDM is playing Culture Room, and Celtic Mayhem is playing at Maguires Hill 16.

Sunday, as you're recovering from the monumental sugar buzz, chill out with the sounds of David Foster & Friends at Hard Rock Live or work off the rest of those carbs at the Attack! Attack! Show at Culture Room.

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