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SUNDAY, JUNE 17
VOLTAIRE: Ray’s Downtown presents JM & the Sweets
MEYER AMPHITHEATRE: U.S. Stones
LOST WEEKEND: ɅɅ][×+∆PΞ feat. Andy E. Pereira
KILL YOUR IDOL: Game Show Sundays
CWS: Tasty Vibrations

MONDAY, JUNE 18
DADA: Open Mic
KILL YOUR IDOL: Drag Mondays

TUESDAY, JUNE 19
DADA: Comedy Open Mic
KILL YOUR IDOL: Open Mic

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20
KILL YOUR IDOL: Obsidian

THURSDAY, JUNE 21
WPB WATERFRONT: Solid Brass, Big City Dogs
VOLTAIRE: Public Sound present The Funktion
DADA
: Aaron Lebos Reality
REVOLUTION LIVE: Debaser
KILL YOUR IDOL: Karaoke with Shelley Novak
FUNKY BUDDHA: The Dones Collective, The Ricca Project

FRIDAY, JUNE 22
DADA: The State Of
REVOLUTION LIVE: Ordinary Boys – A Tribute to The Smiths & Morrissey
HULLABALOO: Poparazzi
KILL YOUR IDOL: Cheap Miami Presents
RESPECTABLE STREET: MASS
FUNKY BUDDHA: Koffin Varnish, Bitter Blue Jays
STACHE: Tasty Vibrations
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Neverglades

SATURDAY, JUNE 23
VOLTAIRE: Joeski, Sushi Sessions 8-11
REVOLUTION LIVE: The Black Dahlia Murder
DADA: A Good Rose
STACHE: Ritz Glitz Revue’s Classic Tease Burlesque Show
FUNKY BUDDHA: Singer Songwriter Showcase
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Last Flight Out

SUNDAY, JUNE 24
VOLTAIRE: Ray’s Downtown presents JL Fulks
LOST WEEKEND: ɅɅ][×+∆PΞ feat. Jessi Harris
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: SMG
THE KELSEY THEATER: Casey James

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