Around the Lower Slower.

1. Free love

Chestnut Grove isn’t based in Philadelphia, but that hasn’t stopped them from spreading the brotherly love from the stage.

Hailing from Perkiomenville, Pa., one hour away from Philly, the band released their self-produced album, “Perkiomenville,” to a sold-out crowd at World Cafe Live.

In 2016, the band recorded the EP “Let it Down” with Modest Mouse and Dr. Dog producer Bill Moriarty. Chestnut Grove has headlined the Trocadero, World Café Live, and Ardmore Music Hall, continuing to gain popularity in Philadelphia and the rest of the Northeast.

The band will hit the stage at 10 p.m., Friday. Admission is free.

IF YOU GO

226-BREW ADDRESS Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats 320 Rehoboth Ave., Rehoboth Beach

WEBSITE dogfish.com

2. Cheers, beers and fears

Adults can drink to the culture of historic Lewes during “Booze, Brews & Boos.”

Along with hearing ghost stories, participants will have the option of tasting local drinks from businesses including Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, Revelation Craft Brewing Company, Brimming Horn Meadery, Beach Time Distilling and Sposato Family Vineyards.

Folks will be able to tour the Burton Ingram House, Rabbit’s Ferry House, Ellegood House and the Old Doctors Office.

Online reservations are required. “Booze, Brews & Boos” will be on tap from 7 to 10 p.m., Saturday. Tickets are $60.

IF YOU GO

645-7670

ADDRESS Shipcarpenter Campus, Lewes

WEBSITE historiclewes.org