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Live music weekend forecast: Free, cheap, must-see of NYC 2/28-3/2

Bad Buka at Old Prague Tavern in Astoria, NYC in 2013.
Bad Buka at Old Prague Tavern in Astoria, NYC in 2013.
Kate Spalla

This weekend, plenty of cheap indie rock shows will sound off across the city. Check these acts out for last minute plans.

Friday Feb. 28

After ten days of live music at Sidewalk Cafe, a final slew of 10 sets will close the 2014 Antifolk Festival. The lineup promises a special guest and a conclusion from the fun and experimental Yossarian Feedback. More info

Young The Giant will play its first of two shows at Hammerstein Ballroom this weekend. The band is touring in support of Mind Over Matter, a light and clean-cut indie pop record. More info

Saturday, March 1

Bad Buka, a wild gypsy ska band with a typically chaotic live get-up opens for Butcher Knives at Piano's. More info

Equally flashy as Bad Buka, Glamdammit promises birthday celebrations at The Grand Victory in Brooklyn. More info

Sunday, March 2

The Mary Onettes hail from Sweden to bring their dreamy rock to Glasslands in Williamsburg Sunday night. More info

Kitsch lady punk rockers, the Vivian Girls will play across town at a new Brooklyn venue, Bay's All Right. More info