From concerts and movies to special events for the whole family, there is always something to see and do in Delaware. Here are some of our picks.
New Castle County
Celebrate the end of summer and the beginning of the new school year with a festive bash Museum-style! We’ve got give-aways for students and raffles for teachers. Try our school scavenger hunt to win a prize. The I Don’t Give a Fork food truck will be here. Music, games, crafts, and more are all a part of the day’s fun!. Delaware Museum of Natural History.
Please join us in saying farewell to Long Long Time: A Historic Tribute to Billy Joel, as this will be their very last show and tour! After one million bootleg copies of Billy Joel’s 1972 WMMR/ Sigma Studio radio concert reached ‘unofficial’ listeners and fans, SONY/Legacy Records (in November 2011) released this legendary concert in a wonderful 2 CD boxed set, simply titled ‘Piano Man’ (Legacy Edition). World Cafe Live at the Queen.
Join Blue Tail Fly for an evening of music at the Campground Amphitheater as part of the Campground Performing Arts Series sponsored in part by the Delaware Division of Arts. Free with paid park entry fee! Campgound Ampitheater, Killens Pond State Park.
Mispillion Art League’s Third Thursday Program Presents: Ireland with Eugenia Sparks, owner of the Irish Rose gift shop in Downtown Milford. Learn about Ireland as Eugenia shares her knowledge of Irish art, traditions and the merchandise that fills the Irish Rose! Mispillion Art League of Greater Milford.
Over 130 artists and artisans from the Mid-Atlantic region will display and sell their fine art and fine crafts amidst the 3.5-acre historic wooded location in Henlopen Acres. The work is exceptional as the artists are juried for this event. Many of the artists enjoy demonstrating their creativity during each day of the show. Rehoboth Art League.
Back by popular demand, Local Under the Lights is returning for a second season at The Freeman Stage! Sit back, relax and enjoy local artists performing on the same stage as national recording artists like The Beach Boys, Jennifer Nettles and Barenaked Ladies. The Freeman Stage at Bayside.