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Listen to Free Live Music Any Night of the Week in Wilmington

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Did you know you can enjoy free live music throughout Wilmington any night of the week? From rhythmic drumming to contemporary covers and everything in between, find out where you can listen to live performers in the City through our day by day itinerary below!

Kick off your week with Sunday morning brunch at the Starbucks on Market St with wonderful acoustic acts.

Check out Live! in the Parks for a relaxing evening of music on Mondays and Wednesdays in Rockford Park & Brandywine Park respectively!

If you’re more interested in making the music than listening to it, then the Rock Lot’s Drumming Circle is for you! Check it out every Tuesday evening.

Enjoy delicious food, creative cocktails and a side of live music during Wilmo Wednesdays at DECO.

Take your lunch outside on Thursday afternoons at Nemours Plaza and break up your day with live music.

Be serenaded by the sweet sounds of street performers on Thursday evenings at various locations along Market Street as part of the Music on Market series.

You can also catch live entertainment on Thursdays evenings down on the Riverfront in Dravo Plaza as part of the Shipyard Summer Concert series.

Start your weekend early and stop by I.M. Coffee during lunch on Fridays for craft coffee and good music.

To round off your week, head to Wilmington’s best kept secret, Nomad Bar, for live jazz music on Saturday nights!

Join Us for KEEP IT COOL Music, Art & Comedy Series at Humble Park!

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Food trucks, local art, live music and comedians...all free and open to the public. What more could you ask for? Downtown Visions is proud to partner with Spaceboy Clothing to continue The KEEP IT COOL Music, Art & Comedy Series at Humble Park located at 4th & Shipley Streets throughout the summer.

The first event will take place on July 13th at 7 PM and Feature Live Music by: The Collingwood, The Psychedelic Puppets & Gamma Wolf.

Additional events will take place the entire summer, click here to learn more. 

Thank you to the generous sponsors:
Downtown Visions
IN Wilmington
Bruce Productions
Poppycock Tattoo
Jerry's Artarama
The Buccini Pollin Group
Tri-State Underground
Southbound Comedy
The City of Wilmington

*If you're an artist interested in showing, e-mail spaceboyshows@gmail.com

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Celebrating 30 Years of Unifying Musical Magic... The DuPont Clifford Brown Jazz Festival

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Declared the largest free music festival on the East Coast, The DuPont Clifford Brown Festival turns 30 this year and will be taking place in Rodney Square June 17th through 24th. 

Fun for the entire family, grab your favorite lawn chairs and enjoy the sweet tunes from some of the nations greatest jazz performers. This cultural experience was once called Jazzin' on the Square, but was renamed to honor the jazz trumpeter and Wilmingtonian Clifford Brown, who passed away in 1956 at the young age of 25.

The festival is another example of Wilmington's devotion to celebrating the arts and making it accessible to everyone. The concert has always been complimentary to the public. 

For those attending from out of town, a parking map is available here. 

The 2018 line up is extra spectacular in celebration of the event's big birthday with the legendary Brian McKnight performing. The schedule will be as follows below. 

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FREE Live Music at Starbucks on Market through December

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Get your caffeine buzz and enjoy some festive holiday drinks as well as FREE live music at Starbucks on Market at 629 N Market Street Wilmington, DE. The full schedule is below. Don't forget, Starbucks on Market also has incredible food offerings! Be sure to stop by following the annual Christmas Parade to warm up and listen to Kira!

Friday, November 10, 2017    A Note Two Self    5-7pm
Sunday, November 12, 2017    Jenn Minor     11am-1pm
Friday, November 17, 2017    Bill Currier    5-7pm
Sunday, November 19, 2017    Jessica Graae     11am-1pm
Friday, November 24th 2017    NO MUSIC    
Saturday, November 25, 2017    Kira Alejandro    12:30-2:30 PM
Sunday, November 26, 2017    Elizabeth Furman     11am-1pm
Friday, December 1, 2017    Mike McDevitt    5-7pm
Sunday, December 3, 2017    Rick Sabatini      11am-1pm
Friday, December 8, 2017    Chloe Rae    5-7pm
Sunday, December 10, 2017    Jenn Minor     11am-1pm
Friday, December 15, 2017    Skip Barthold    5-7pm
Sunday, December 17, 2017    Alex Allegra     11am-1pm
Friday, December 22nd 2017    NO MUSIC    
Sunday, December 24, 2017    Chuck Knott    11 am- 1 PM
Sunday, December 24, 2017    Lee Zimmerman      11am-1pm
 

Post by Julia Mason of Enthusiasm Lab

 

Two Saturdays of Musical Performances - one of them Free!

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Bring the entire family to the Delaware Historical Society on Market Street for two Saturdays of musical performance by some of Delaware’s finest performers. 

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Matthew Lavanish of the Wilmington Classical Guitar Society

The Delaware Historical Society is pleased to host the Wilmington Classical Guitar Society’s Second Annual Members Showcase Concert in Old Town Hall, on Saturday, September 23, 2017 at 1 p.m. Admission is free. The concert will feature performances by professional and amateur guitarists. Stop in for a song or two, or stay for the entire concert. Bring the entire family as children are welcome. A reception featuring MyHouse Cookies will follow the concert. Old Town Hall is located at 504 North Market Street, Wilmington DE, 19801.

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Mélomanie

Enjoy an afternoon of relaxing classical music Up Close with Mélomanie, on Saturday, September 30, 2017 at 4pm in Old Town Hall.

Get up close with the violin and harpsichord in an informal, intimate setting with lively conversation and music, featuring Christof Richter on violin and Tracy Richardson on harpsichord.

Tickets are available online at Mélomanie.org or by calling Mélomanie at (302) 764-6338.

$15 Delaware Historical Society members, seniors & students 16 & older                     

$25 non-members

Free for students 15 years and younger

Free parking courtesy of Colonial Parking, Sixth and Shipley streets. Beverages available for sale.