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

PitchBlak Brass Band @ The Knitting Factory (Brookyln)
$12

Friday, June 6
Through their eclectic musical backgrounds and hip hop influences, this 10-piece Brooklyn collective is more than your average brass band. From le Poisson Rouge to 92YTribeca to The Kennedy Center, they’re making quite the name for themselves all over NYC. Get tickets here.

Washed Out @ Brooklyn Bowl
$15

Friday, June 6
Not cool enough to hit up Governor’s Ball this year? No worries, just go to one of the after parties and pretend you went. Chillwave singer/songwriter Washed Out will be headlining the late show at Brooklyn Bowl for a cool $15. Get tickets here.

Fucked Up @ Bowery Ballroom
$30 on SeatGeek

Friday, June 6
Who says Canadians are soft spoken? Toronto-based hardcore outfit Fucked Up are playing a show at Bowery Ballroom tonight. Tickets for the gig are sold out, but you can find them on SeatGeek for right around $30. Check ’em out here.

King Khan & The Shrines @ le Poisson Rouge
$15

Friday, June 6
Speaking of Canadians, King Khan & the Shrines will be at le Poisson Rouge this evening. Should be interesting to see how their over-the-top stage antics and high-energy performances (OK, what I’m trying to say that King Khan is insane) translates to such a small, classy venue. Get tickets here.

Angel Haze @ The House of Vans
FREE with RSVP

Saturday, June 7
Angel Haze is one of the realest, rawest rappers since Eminem graced us with his presence back in the late 90s. And if you knew how much I loved Eminem, you’d know what a big compliment that is. This show is free, but you must RSVP and get there early–entry is first come first serve. RSVP here.

Judah Friedlander / Ari Shaffir / Nikki Glaser @ The Stand
$20

Saturday, June 7
30 Rock actor (the guy who gave out all those free hugs in the DMB video ages ago) Judah Friedlander, plus Ari Shaffir (a regular on the Joe Rogan Experience), and Nikki Glaser (Last Comic Standing semi-finalist) are all on the bill for a night of comedy at The Stand on Saturday, plus additional comics. You’re basically paying $20 to have a bunch of people make you laugh–totes worth it. Get tickets here.

Danny Tenaglia @ Output
$20

Saturday, June 7
The Grammy-nominated Danny Tenaglia has been DJing since you were in diapers. A New Yorker through and through, the 53-year-old has been known to perform 10-14 hour sets. Get your tickets here, get your uppers somewhere else.

The Soul Rebels @ Prospect Park Bandshell
FREE

Saturday, June 7
New Orleans is one of the coolest cities in the world–fact. The Soul Rebels are one of the best brass bands in New Orleans–fact. Prospect Park is one of the best parks in all of the New York metro area–fact. See what I’m getting at here? Tickets are free, get info here.

Stop Making Sense Bowl @ Brooklyn Bowl
FREE

Sunday, June 8
Brooklyn Bowl knows what they’re doing. And on Sunday, they’re airing the seminal Talking Heads documentary, Stop Making Sense, while folks dance, bowl, drink, and eat some of the best fried chicken the city has to offer. Entry is free–get details here.

Fuck Buttons @ Brooklyn Bazaar
$18

Sunday, June 15
Described by Time Out magazine as “adrenaline pumping, ear purging slab of towering, pristine noise,” the Fuck Buttons have taken the electronic world by storm with their experimental electronic music. Watch them perform at the Brooklyn Bazaar, where you can also go shopping, drink beer and buy sh*t. Get tickets here.