Here are some fun events in Dover that you might want to consider diving into this weekend

Stereo to plug into Dover Downs

WHAT CrAzY in Stereo in concert

WHEN 9:30 p.m., Friday

WHERE Fire & Ice Lounge at Dover Downs Hotel & Casino, 1131 North Dupont Highway, Dover

INFO Visit or call 674-4600

Stools become stages when CrAzY In Stereo gets a hold of them. Self-proclaimed as the wildest five-piece band in Philadelphia, CrAzY In Stereo’s antics in concert are only outmatched by its lush harmonies and musicianship. The band will perform at the Fire & Ice Lounge of Dover Downs Hotel & Casino tonight. CrAzY In Stereo’s songbook includes Lorde’s “Royals,” Miley Cyrus’ “Wrecking Ball,” Third Eye Blind’s “Jumper,” AC/DC’s “You Shook Me All Night Long” and Coolio’s “Gangsta’s Paradise.” If you’re looking for an eclectic mix of dance, rock, country and hip-hop, CrAzY In Stereo has you covered.

Rockin’ good time

WHAT Chris Duarte Group in concert

WHEN 7 p.m., Friday

WHERE Jonathan’s Landing Golf Course, 1309 Ponderosa Drive, Magnolia

COST $5 donation

INFO Visit or call 697-8204

Blues-rock band the Chris Duarte Group will tee off with a concert tonight at Jonathan’s Landing Golf Course. Less than a year ago, the Chris Duarte Group released “Live,” a double-disk compilation album. The project has a sweet mix of newer cuts such as “Bottle Blues” and “Ridin’,” as well as vintage CDG tracks like “Let’s Have A Party” and “My Way Down.” The project also offers killer covers including Bob Dylan’s “One More Cup Of Coffee” and Portugal. The Man’s “People Say.” Also worth mentioning is the mixing on “Live” is pretty slick, and the entire album pulsates with superb guitar work.

Hear the sound of spring

WHAT Dover Symphony Orchestra in concert

WHEN 3 p.m., Sunday

WHERE Dover Downs Hotel & Casino, 1131 N. Dupont Highway, Dover

COST $20 for adults; $15 for seniors, students and military

INFO Visit or call (302) 270-1903

The winter season has officially ended, and the Dover Symphony Orchestra will celebrate with a spring concert on Sunday at the Rollins Center of Dover Downs. The performance will kick off the second half of DSO’s 46th concert season. Led by Director Donald Buxton, DSO will perform Felix Mendelssohn’s “Hebrides Overture” and Ludwig Beethoven’s “Symphony No. 5.” Featured soloist Phillip Sawyer will perform Antonio Vivaldi’s “Concerto” for strings and “Lute” on classical guitar. Sawyer began studying guitar as a young child in the 1960s at the Blair Academy of Music in Nashville, Tenn., founded by his father. He performed publicly until his mid-20s and then took a break, developing his career as a medical physicist. Sawyer returned to his music five years ago, and the DSO is honored to present him as a soloist in its 46th season.