These three events have your name on them this weekend.

Southern Drawl to accent good time at Cowboy Up

WHAT Southern Draw Band in concert

WHEN 9 p.m., Friday and Saturday

WHERE Cowboy Up Saloon, 36 Lafferty Lane, Dover

COST $7

INFO cowboyupde.com or call (302) 264-9322

Founded only three years ago, Tennessee’s Southern Drawl Band has played at many of the nation’s leading venues, reaching more than 20,000 people.

The Southern Drawl Band serves up a casserole of sounds, attitude and entertainment. The band’s music is defined in categories such as country, Southern rock, trop rock, and bluegrass, garnering it a broad spectrum of fans. The musicians’ ability to play multiple styles of music proves the guys are always stretching and challenging themselves to keep their sound fresh for their loyal listeners.

Another important attribute about the Southern Drawl is the exceptional songwriting and musicianship displayed by the group.

Southern Drawl will make its presence felt in Dover, playing at the Cowboy Up Saloon tonight and Saturday.

Mother’s Day-gift ideas at Spring Artisan Fair

WHAT Del Vets Post No. 2 Spring Artisan Fair

WHEN 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday

WHERE Delaware Veterans Post No. 2, 720 Pear St., Dover

COST Free

INFO Visit Stephanie Seeman on Facebook , email her at seeman67@aol.com or call 678-1180

You can rest easy if you still haven’t gotten mom a present for Mother’s Day yet, because a good last-minute option would be to visit the Del Vets Post 2 Spring Artisan Fair on Saturday.

Wares from more than 20 local artisans and artists will be available for purchase at the headquarters of the Delaware Veterans Post No. 2. Vendor fees from the fair will benefit the Del Vets’ scholarship fund and benevolent fund.

Shoppers will find an array of quality pottery, weld art, jewelry, fused glass, stained glass paintings, prints, soaps, custom framing, specialty clocks, custom pet accessories and much more.

Also participating will be Carmita Kelley, who manages the prison art program at James T. Vaughn Correctional Center in Smyrna. Kelley attends lots of regional art shows and festivals, selling stunning artwork from inmates at James T. Vaughn Correctional Center.

In addition to providing a festive shopping experience, Del Vets will be serving refreshments and lunch with a full menu. Proceeds from the refreshment sales will also benefit the Del Vets’ scholarship fund and benevolent fund.

Expect the unexpected at Touchdown Restaurant

WHAT Plot Twist in concert

WHEN 9 p.m., Friday

WHERE Touchdown Restaurant, 1666 S. Dupont Highway, Dover

INFO Call 674-0975

When a band performs a repertoire that includes R. Kelly’s “Ignition,” Rage Against The Machine’s “Killing in the Name” with The Beatles’ “Dear Prudence” ─ that’s called a plot twist. Three musicians have crafted a band around that concept and have appropriately dubbed themselves Plot Twist. Adding more suspense to their performances, the band also stitches in some of its original songs.

Founded in 2013, Plot Twist is a confident power-trio that the Delmarva area should keep an eye on. Locals will have the opportunity to see the band in action tonight at Touchdown Restaurant.