This weekend is jumping with great concerts throughout the state, so here's a guide to fun shows you can catch in all three counties.
This weekend is jumping with great concerts throughout the state, so here’s a guide to fun shows you can catch in all three counties.
1. Beginning right here in Sussex County, renowned world music artist Cristina Pato and her band, the Migrations, will
treat listeners to a free concert in Georgetown. Pato, who uniquely mixes the bagpipes with jazz music, will perform tunes from her forthcoming album, “Latina,” on Friday.
Pato and company will groove at Delaware Technical Community College’s Owens campus, 21179 College Drive, in Georgetown at 7 p.m. on Friday. COST Free. INFO Visit freemanstage.org or call 259-6102.
2. Tennessee duo Grace and Tony will heat up Kent County with a night of punkgrass, a fusion of bluegrass and punk music. Grace and Tony is a husband-and-wife duo featuring Grace and Tony White. Tony is the younger brother of John Paul White of the popular Americana/folk duo The Civil Wars.
Grace and Tony will rock the Cooldog Concert Series in Kenton at 7 p.m. on Friday. COST $15 for adults and $12 for ages 10-18 and active military.
Since this is a private concert, the venue’s address will be provided after RSVP located at
INFO visit cooldogconcerts.com.
3. David Lantz is a key figure in the realm of pianists.
He’s distinguished as a platinum-selling recording artist with more than 30 albums under his belt. The latest is his compilation project with Kristin Amarie titled “Forever Christmas” (2014).
You can catch him in New Castle County at The Grand Opera House, 818 N. Market St., in Wilmington at 8 p.m. on Saturday. COST $35 INFO Visit thegrandwilmington.org or call (800) 37-GRAND.