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Indie sounds The Wyn­wood

Yard Mi­ami Folk & Indie Fest

hosts the in­au­gu­ral 5-11 p.m. Fri­day, a fam­ily-friendly event with homegrown mu­sic by (Wyn­wood String Band), and Keith lead­ing into a per­for­mance by Or­lando’s Hosted by the Prism Cre­ative Group, ad­mis­sion is free with an RSVP. Visit Face­book.com/TheWyn­woodYard.

zondo Wood­work Booms. Kids, Foxlove, Ale­jan­dro Elithe Johns the Sh-

Week­end laughs star of the new CBS sit­per­forms 8

Joel McHale, The Great Out­doors,” Semi­nole Casino Co-

com “p.m. Fri­day at the Tick­ets start at $30 (Semi­noleCo­conutCreekCasino.com). … who ti­tled his 2017 Net­flix

conut Creek. Gu­tier­rez, I’m Not Mad, I’m Just a Par­ent,” Palm

spe­cial “does five shows Fri­day-Sun­day at the

in West Palm Beach. Tick­ets cost $20 (PalmBeachIm­prov.com).

Beach Im­prov

Zeppelin wars

Clas­sic Al­bums Live Led Zeppelin II” Old School Square Pavil­ion Del­ray Beach

in 8 p.m. Satur­day (tick­ets cost $20 at OldS­choolSquare.org), one night af­ter Del­ray Beach res­i­dent Ja­son Bon­ham, son of Zeppelin drum­mer John Bon­ham, plays some of the same songs at the Hard

as part of the na­tion­wide

Hol­ly­wood

at the

Rick

will take on “

Rock Event Cen­ter Ja-

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son Bon­ham’s Led Zeppelin Evening Tour

(tick­ets start at $25 at MyHRL.com). Then, there’s the na­tion­ally tour­ing Zeppelin trib­ute band per­form­ing at

Zoso Parker Play­house Fort Laud­erdale

in Nov. 16 (tick­ets start at $34.43 at Parker Play­house.com). Pulse of the city

New World Sym­phony’s Pulse Mi­ami Beach

late-night party called

on with a youth­ful crowd be­gin­ning at 9 p.m. Fri­day. High­lighted by works for DJ and orches­tra by co-founder of Mi­ami’s Nu the Latinthemed evening also will in­clude clas­si­cal mu­sic and elec­tronic ex­per­i­ments by DJ

of . Tick­ets cost $45. Visit NWS.edu.

New World Cen­ter

lounge-y, will fill the

Sam Hyken, Deco En­sem­ble,

on

Ella Ro­mand Do Not Sit On the Fur­ni­ture.

Honey and Lime

in on Fri­day night will of­fer the disco-era duo with the No. 1 Bill­board hit “as part of its con­cert se­ries called I Want My

prompt­ing the log­i­cal ques­tion, “Are you sure?” Visit Face­book.com/Honey Del­ray.

Honey Back, Del­ray Beach

Judy Blue Eyes

Lime, Your Love,”

are sold out at the in West Palm Beach on Tues­day (Nov. 13), but tick­ets

Stephen Stills Judy Collins Kravis Cen­ter

and

’80s

(start­ing at $45) are avail­able to see them 7 p.m. Nov. 18 at the in Fort Laud­erdale. Visit BrowardCen­ter.org. Week­end bur­lesque It’s not that Mi­ami Beach dancer nec­es­sar­ily adds any­thing ex­otic to the erotic moves she’ll bring to the 9 p.m. Fri­day and Satur­day, but the French per­former’s just sounds bet­ter. If that makes sense. Tick­ets start at $35. Visit Fill­more MB.com.

Moon more Mi­ami Beach lesque

Ei­ther/or

Stache Drink­ing Den & Cof­fee Bar Laud­erdale Bi­nary, free

down­town Fort at 9 p.m. Tues­day will launch Non- a 18-and-older event for the gen­der non­con­form­ing or an­drog­y­nous, hosted by party mae­stro DJ Hottpants, also known as

“To my knowl­edge, this is the first night of its kind in Broward,” Blair says in a state­ment about the event. “Par­tic­u­larly in the cli­mate right now, giv­ing peo­ple a chance to ques­tion an ei­ther/or men­tal­ity about gen­der is re­ally im­por­tant. That we get to do it with mu­sic, danc­ing and per­for­mance in the warm and wel­com­ing space of Stache makes it all the bet­ter.” Visit StacheFTL.com.

Daniel Blair. Broward Cen­ter

bcran­dell@sun-sen­tinel.com

Erika Fill- bur-

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