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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).
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
will take on “
Rock Event Center Ja-
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,
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
(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
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
Erika Fill- bur-