Plenty to hear in Broward and Palm Beach this weekend, no matter what you're into. If you're in the mood to see an iconic punk band, The Misfits are playing Culture Room tonight. Sure they're minus Danzig, but Jerry Only is still around to blast out the horror punk. If you're looking for something a little more southern, a little more genuine, why not check out Charlie Daniels (famous for singing The Devil Went Down To Georgia) at the Seminole Hard Rock. Surf rockers Cutback are playing at Mai-Kai if you want to revel in the fact you can still wear shorts in December. Finally, if you're in the mood to celebrate Christmas a little early with an epic rock concert, The Trans-Siberian Orchestra is shredding the BankAtlantic Center tonight.
Tomorrow, It's all about the Buzz Bake Sale at Cruzan Amphitheater. Twelve hours of music spread over three stages including bands like The Used, Panic at the Disco, and Matisyahu. Tickets are still available. Jam fans, as always, have plenty to see especially with Perpetual Groove playing at Culture Room tonight. If you're looking for something more edgy and D.I.Y., check out Select Start at The Talent Farm tonight.
Sunday, Perpetual Groove is playing Culture Room again for those of you who can't get enough or missed them Saturday Night. Memories of Johnny Mercer is lighting up the PBCC Eissey Campus, and Joey George is playing Propaganda in Lake Worth.
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