In­de­pen­dents, tacos and thongs

Sun Sentinel Palm Beach Edition - Showtime - Palm Beach - - THE GO GUIDE - Ben Cran­dell

Free mu­sic

In­de­pen­dence Day Week­end is not only for look­ing back at our his­tory, when brave men fought tyranny to set the stage for a great na­tion, but look­ing for­ward to the fu­ture in this land of in­de­pen­dent thinkers, jazz and men in thongs.

Up your al­ley

It took some vi­sion to see an empty al­ley as a can­vas for cre­at­ing com­mu­nity in down­town West Palm Beach, but Tacos and Hip Hop is a dream re­al­ized. The sort-of monthly party cel­e­brates two years of mu­sic, food and ca­ma­raderie on Fri­day at Sub­cul­ture Cof­fee on Clema­tis Street, with DJ Dan Read spin­ning early, Selecta Steve and DDubz later, Zip­i­tio’s tacos all night. The event runs 6 p.m.-12:30 a.m., with a $5 cover for those ages 18-20. Visit Face­­cul­tureCof­fee.

Week­end beers

This week­end, the Damn Good Beer Bus (damn fine idea) will be­gin its ev­ery-Sun­day shut­tles in the flour­ish­ing Boyn­ton Beach neigh­beer­hood that in­cludes Due South, Cop­per­point, NoBo and De­vour brew­eries, with ser­vice from 12:30 to 6:30 p.m. at a rate of $5 for the day (Face­­nGoodBeerBus) … The sev­enth an­niver­sary street party at World of Beer in Co­conut Creek on Satur­day will have a cos­tumed Ve­gas theme; live mu­sic from Suo Duo (1-3 p.m.), the Indi­goes (5:30-8 p.m.) and Po­laroid (9:30-1 a.m.); and spe­cialty kegs from Bar­rel of Monks, Cigar City, Cop­per­tail, Dog­fish Head, Funky Buddha and oth­ers ( Face­ WOBCo­conutCreek) … Broski Cider­works in Pom­pano Beach at noon Satur­day will re­lease its “rev­o­lu­tion­ary” Guavara (a 6 per­cent ABV cider brewed with guava, ci­tra hops and botan­i­cals), part­nered with Caribbean dishes from Fresh Fla­vor Fu­sion Truck (Face­

The Funky Buddha Brew­ery in Oak­land Park be­gins a free Wed­nes­day-night sum­mer con­cert se­ries called Buddha Bash, open­ing the day af­ter In­de­pen­dence Day on July 5 with Against All Author­ity gui­tarist Joe Koontz, now the one-man garage band known as MC1. The per­for­mance is 8-10 p.m. on the front pa­tio, and this time out will in­clude a pig roast from the brew­ery’s Craft Food Counter & Kitchen and a vinyl pop-up from We Got the Beats Record Store. Other sched­uled per­form­ers are Mi­ami’s fe­male­fronted Snow­moon (July12), blues-rock­ers Slow Coast (July 19), and the Tak­ers and the Leavers, an in­die band from Fort Laud­erdale. Visit Face­­dhaBrew­ery.


Black & Creme plays Next Door at C&I Stu­dios Fri­day night.

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