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

Uncle Ebenezer (Phish Tribute) @ Europa Club
$10

Friday, February 21
Obviously this isn’t going to compare to seeing the real thing, but for $10 I wouldn’t mind drinking cheap PBRs and watching some dudes play Phish tunes live. Who knows, maybe you’ll run into some heads you recognize from lot. If you understand what that last sentence means, you should buy tickets here.

Janeane Garofalo / Todd Barry @ EastVille Comedy Club

Friday, February 21
Sure, it’s not live music. But it’s Janeane friggin‘ Garofalo! Haven’t you ever seen Mystery Men or The Truth About Cats & Dogs? Garofalo is a vet on the New York comedy circuit, and Todd Barry’s no slouch either. Get there early to see opener Christian Madigan and other special guests. Get tickets here.

Bruce in the USA @ Brooklyn Bowl
$8

Friday, February 21
In keeping with the cover band theme, if you’re less Jam Band Guy and more Classic Rock Guy, Bruce in the USA are playing a show at Brooklyn Bowl on Friday. No, this isn’t a half-hearted solo attempt from The Boss, it’s the number one tribute to Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band! Allegedly. Get tickets here.

Future Rock / Thibault @ Brooklyn Bowl
$12

Friday, February 21
Since you’ll already be at Brooklyn Bowl rocking out to the musical stylings of a Bruce Springsteen cover band, you may as well stick around for the late-night Future Rock / Thibault show. Future Rock is a Chicago-based trio that fuses rock instrumentation with danceable electronic music, and Thibault sites his musical influences as “wild animals escaping a zoo.” (Note: this is actually the rescheduled show that was cancelled on 12/13/13.) Get tickets here.

Into It. Over It. @ Bowery Ballroom
$25 on SeatGeek

Friday, February 21
Evan Thomas Weiss is the brains behind the indie/emo music of Into It. Over It., who you may have seen recently on Last Call With Carson Daly. Weiss is currently in the middle of a lengthy tour that began nearly a month ago in Minneapolis, and he’s finally making his NYC stop this Friday at Bowery Ballroom. Don’t miss out – get tickets here.

Graham Colton @ Rockwood Music Hall (Stage 2)
$10

Saturday, February 22
For those unfamiliar with Graham Colton, he’s a singer/songwriter (perfect for the vibe over at Rockwood) that hails from Oklahoma City. He began recording music back in 2002, and by 2005 was touring with Kelly Clarkson. Colton’s catch brand of country-inspired rock has been featured on American Idol, Pretty Little Liars, Kyle XY and more. Get tickets to the show here.

Four Tet @ Terminal 5
$25

Saturday, February 22
There are plenty of buzzwords surrounding Four Tet, aka Kieran Hebden, aka that electronic DJ guy from London. Expressions like “post-dubstep” and “folktronica” are the first that come to mind, but a more honest way to describe him would be “synth-y and ambient as f*ck.” Expect house music-inspired beats and soft, danceable jams. Get tickets here.

Turbine / Richard James Band @ Fontana’s
$10

Saturday, February 22
Like any good band on the jam circuit, Turbine has made a name for themselves through extensive touring and festival gigs. While it’s still a few months until we can enjoy the latter, you can catch these Brooklyn Boys at Fontana’s this Saturday during an East Coast run. Get tickets here.

The Rub: DJ Ayres / DJ Eleven @ The Bell House
$10 before midnight

Saturday, February 22
In 2002, Brooklyn’s “The Rub” began as a sweaty dance party filled with good music and good people. Twelve years later and its popularity is larger than ever, having spawned club night tours and music collections. Check out DJ Ayres and DJ Eleven there this weekend, and remember: no dress code!  Tickets available at the door.

Sharon Van Etten / The Fakers / IRAN / Kyp Malone & Friends / Lone Wolf @ Union Pool
$20 Suggested Donation

Sunday, February 23
Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter Sharon Van Etten will headline a concert at Union Pool on Sunday, featuring The Fakers, IRAN, Kyp Malone and more. The concert is part of a fundraising effort for fellow musician Jeffrey Kish, who was injured in a carpentry accident earlier this year. While technically the price is “free,” a donation of $20 is suggested. Don’t be a dick. Head here for more info.