What to Hear in Broward and Palm Beach This Weekend

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Plenty of things to hear in Broward and Palm Beach this weekend, one of them will even make you feel good about yourself! Tonight, the Help Mend A Heart Benefit Show is happening at The Talent Farm. The $10 cover charge goes to the Maureen Waters Medical Fund (read all about it here or here). You'll get to hear from Fallen From the Sky, Bishop, Hivemind, Every You, and Take the Town as well as get the chance to win tons of raffle prizes. If you're not in to the whole helping people out thing, you can go check out Trivium, Whitechapel, and Chimaira at Culture Room, The Hep Cat Boo Daddies at Original Fat Cats, or Sean Paul and Shaggy at Hard Rock Live.

Tomorrow night there's an awesome Pantera Tribute going down at the Talent Farm, Less Than Jake is playing Revolution Live, The Fray and Colbie Caillat are at BankAtlantic Center, Mannheim Steamroller is at the Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts in West Palm, or Spred the Dub at Havana Hideout in Lake Worth.

Sunday there are three good shows for a change. Lionel Richie is tearing down Hard Rock Live, Eek-a-Mouse is at Culture Room, and Ex Norwegian is playing Propaganda. If you can't find something on this list that you like, you're probably not much of a music fan.

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