What to Hear in Broward and Palm Beach Tonight

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There are tons of bands to hear tonight, so no matter your musical taste, you should be all set.

If you haven't already picked up your tickets to the Blink-182 show tonight at the Cruzan Amphitheatre, you're going to be doing some scalping and/or auditioning to be a new roadie as the show is now completely sold out. Must have been all those NSFW deals.

Want to hear pop punk but don't have Blink tickets? Or, more importantly, do you know the difference between what Blink-182 does and what pop punk was like just over a decade ago? If you answered yes to either question, The Queers show at Respectable Street is certainly for you. Oh, and just as an added bonus, The Leftovers will open.

Want to stay away from punk completely this weekend? Reggae star/rude boy/aspiring rodent Eek-a-Mouse will be rocking out to Jah at Culture Room tonight starting at 8.

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