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
The Machine, America’s top Pink Floyd show, has forged a 20 year reputation of excellence, extending the legacy of Pink Floyd, while creating another legacy all their own. Over the years, The Machine has touched the hearts and souls of many, selling out theaters, large clubs and casinos across North and Central America, Europe and Asia. World Cafe Live at the Queen.
Explore the marsh to find evidence of DuPont Environmental Education Center’s nocturnal residents. Look for animal tracks and make some of your own. Retrace your steps to find a fun snack! DuPont Environmental Education Center.
Many people consider it a tremendous thrill to catch a glimpse of a mysterious owl as it flies across a dark country road at night, or to see a majestic hawk soaring high in the sky on a bright clear day. Fewer people have seen these creatures from merely a few feet away. Join us for an educational program on raptors led by Tuckahoe State Park scientists. Brecknock County Park.
Fort Miles, a part of WW II History. Once an important part of Delaware’s defenses during WW II, Fort Miles is under the protection of the Fort Miles Historic Association. Come to this Third Thursday event and learn about this Delaware gem as FMHA president, Gary Wray, takes us on a walk back in time. Mispillion Art League of Greater Milford.
Big Bad Voodoo Daddy hit pop music superstardom with their appearance in front of millions during the halftime show of the 1999 Super Bowl, while their 2003 New Orleans inspired album, Save My Soul, shifted focus to playing theaters, performing arts centers, and large outdoor venues to selling out shows at the Hollywood Bowl, Walt Disney Concert Hall, Lincoln Center, Chastain Park and Constitution Hall, to name just a few. The Freeman Stage at Bayside.
Learn the untold true story of how Walt Disney spent twenty years trying to obtain the rights to author P.L. Travers’ treasured story so that Mary Poppins could be brought to the big screen. Lewes Canalfront Park.