Broke in NYC? You’re not alone. Check out our guide to this weekend’s cheapest concerts. All $30 and under.

Delorean @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
$20

Friday, January 24
Remember the time machine in Back to the Future called the DeLorean DMC-12 car? That’s apparently where the Spanish alternative dance band, whose inception was several years after the original DeLorean, received its name. While we’re not sure that you’ll hear any Back to the Future references, we can promise that you’ll have a great time on Friday seeing the group at the Music Hall of Williamsburg. Tickets start at $18.00.

Nude Beach @ The Bell House
$15

Friday, January 24
With the word “beach” in your band name, you really can’t go wrong (Beach Boys!). Even if your band name is specifically called Nude Beach, you’re shouldn’t hesitate. That’s because the Brooklyn band emulates all of the sounds of the musicians we love just as much as the beach – Elvis Costello, Paul Westerberg, even traces of early Johnny Cougar. Get out of the cold and embrace some kind of beach this weekend, or make things easier by just seeing Nude Beach at the Bell House for $15 on Friday.

Dr. Dog @ Terminal 5
$30

Saturday, January 25
Each member of Dr. Dog has a nickname based on their personality and lives that begins with the letter ‘T.” You can possibly guess the histories of the band members by nicknames such as “Tucson,” “Teach,” and “Taxi.” Others we’re not sure about – “Tables” and “Thanks” come to mind. It’s probably a good thing that the Pennsylvania rock bank is playing at Terminal 5, because otherwise we might lose out on an opportunity for the band to play at a venue that starts with their favorite letter of the alphabet. You can catch the band on Saturday for $30.

The Detroit Cobras @ The Bell House
$15

Friday, January 24
If you had to guess where the Detroit Cobras hail from, we’ll only give you one chance and a small hint – it’s a city in Michigan. And it’s featured in the band’s name. Oh wait, is that two hints? Either way, you should know that the band is a garage rock cover band and they’ll also be at the Bell House on Friday.

Book of Love @ Bowery Ballroom
$20

Sunday, January 26
If there was theoretically a book of love, it would probably only feature the best and brightest things and musicians and bands. Fortunately, we have a band called Book of Love, which has emitted several good things in the span of their music career, including writing the song “Pretty Boys and Pretty Girls,” which was one of the first songs to acknowledge the AIDS epidemic. The band has gained a wide-range of fans and audience members since 1983 when they first formed. You can join in with other fans for $20 and see them at the Bowery Ballroom on Sunday.