information, visit NorthBeachBandshell.com.
The Silverball Pinball Museum in Delray Beach on Saturday night will have its usual array of classic pinball machines and video games, food and drinks, but also a 10 p.m. set of classic-rock memories from Spank. Visit SilverballMuseum.com.
Depending on what your significant other is into, consider a night at Fort Lauderdale’s Revolution Live on Saturday with Saved by the 90s, the New Yorkbased band that tours the country recreating the high-energy heyday of Montell Jordan’s “This Is How We Do It,” Radiohead’s “Creep,” Natalie Imbruglia’s “Torn” and Chumbawamba’s “Tubthumping.” Tickets: $16. Visit JoinTheRevolution.net.
Bawdy humor, glamour, titillation, fashion tips … The fourth annual Florida Burlesque Festival brings a well-rounded variety of entertainment to Savor Cinema in downtown Fort Lauderdale FridaySaturday. The creation of South Florida burlesque icon Bambi La Fleur, the lineup includes burlesque legend Camille 2000, local favorite Lila Starlet and a photogallery tribute to Miami-based Bettie Page photographer Bunny Yeager. Generaladmission tickets cost $35 at FloridaBurlesqueFestival.com.
Stay in your lane
Where’s my 5-pound burger, you may reasonably ask upon entering Bowlero Davie this weekend. Patience, sir. Have a 100-ounce cocktail while you wait. The vivacious Bowlero Davie, which you knew as the humble Davie Lanes before its sexy makeover (32 lanes of black-light bowling, luxe lounge seating, high-definition video walls, a state-of-the-art arcade and modern bar menu), will throw a grand-opening party 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday with free bowling and arcade play, giveaways and a chance to bowl with the host of the event, Miami Dolphins star Reshad Jones. You also may sample the menu of “oversized shareables,” including the 2-foot Coney Mega Dog, and the 100-ounce Dunk Tank and Mega Mule cocktails that “are made to be shared.” OK, maybe. For now, the menu does not include Bowlero’s signature 5-pound Behemoth Burger, which is served at the Miami location. Possibly because it clocks in at 9,880 calories and they know Broward residents like to live a more healthful lifestyle. Or something. To get in on the free stuff on Saturday, you’ll need to RSVP here: Bowlero.com/daviegrand-opening.
As always, this weekend’s three-day Pompano Beach Seafood Festival is long on music, with today’s highlights Big Harvest, the Motowners and the Eagles tribute band the Long Run; Saturday acts including JJ Grey and Mofro, Starship (featuring Mickey Thomas) and the Resolvers; followed on Sunday by the Pitbull of Blues, Shane Duncan, Maggie Baugh and Gary King, among others. Tickets cost $10 (Friday), $20 (Saturday) and $15 (Sunday, or $30 for a three-day pass. Proceeds benefit a variety of Pompano Beach charities. Visit PompanoBeachSeafoodFestival.com.
You’re all ears
If you had eaten an ear of corn every 12 seconds for 12 minutes, you still would have finished second to Carmen Cincotti’s world-record 61.75 ears devoured in Major League Eating’s 2017 International Corn Eating Contest at the Sweet Corn Fiesta in West Palm Beach. The festival will again fill Yesteryear Village at the South Florida Fairgrounds with food, rides and live music 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday, including an amateur corn-eating contest (registration, open until 12:45 p.m., is free) as a lead-in to the professional main event. The winning amateur gets a trophy and $100. Festival admission costs $10, ages 6-11 $5. Children's unlimited ride wristband: $5. Visit SweetCornFiesta.com.
Runners will hit the beach in Hollywood 8 a.m. Sunday for the morning for the Hollywood RUNS for Haiti 5K along the Broadwalk, beginning in Charnow Park. All proceeds benefit the nonprofit Hollywood C.A.R.E.S. for Haiti and its support for an orphanage and school in Port-auPrince, Haiti, for children affected by HIV/AIDS. Entry costs $30. Visit Facebook.com/HCForHaiti.
Take a little trip
Lowrider magazine’s third annual Miami Lowrider Custom Car Super Show brings hydraulic-hopping action and cars, trucks and bikes from around the country to the Miami-Dade County Fair and Expo Center 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Sunday. Tickets start at $20. Visit MiamiLowRiderCarShow.com.