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  • 3 can't-miss events in Dover this weekend from Aug. 29-31

  • These three events have your name on them this weekend.
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  • A night of rock
    WHAT Debbie Caldwell Band in concert
    WHEN 8:30 p.m., Friday
    WHERE The Green Stinger Sports Bar and Grill, 492 Walnut Shade Road, Dover
    INFO Visit The Green Stringer on Facebook for more info or call 698-330
    Every time the Debbie Caldwell Band stands before an audience, they go all out, striving to make them feel like they’re being entertained in an arena setting.
    Debbie Caldwell Band will serve up a heaping helping of rock soup at the Green Stinger Sports Bar and Grill tonight.
    The band specializes in cooking up covers in the genres of classic rock, Southern rock, blues rock and just plain Rock ’n Roll, as well as dishing up originals and modern country tunes.
    Budding performer at Cowboy Up
    WHAT Ben Gallaher in concert
    WHEN 9 p.m., Friday
    WHERE Cowboy Up, 36 Lafferty Lane, Dover
    COST $7
    INFO cowboyupde.com or call 264-9322
    Having made his debut at the Cowboy Up Saloon earlier this year, the venue has roped singer-songwriter Ben Gallaher once more for another show tonight.
    With equal parts passion, heart and hard work, Gallaher is securing a loyal fan base with a timeless concept. He just plays one song and one town at a time.
    His resume includes sharing the stage with headlining acts Brantley Gilbert, Colt Ford, Craig Campbell and Frankie Ballard.
    The Pennsylvania-native Gallaher has garnered national media attention, built an adoring online community and he’s still proving himself as a singer-songwriter, lead guitarist and entertainer in country music.
    That’s not bad for the rising singer-songwriter, who’s still in his 20s.
    Point Blank band targets Ag Museum
    WHAT Tco Productions presents Point Blank with opener Michael Hodgeman in concert
    WHEN 6 to 9:30 p.m., Saturday
    WHERE Delaware Agricultural Museum & Village, 866 N. Dupont Highway, Dover
    COST $35 in advance; $40 door
    INFO Visit: tcoproductionsllc.com or call David Thomas at 423-2460 or Deborah Adams at 535-5484
    Page 2 of 2 - The eight-piece jazz and R&B band Point Blank will aim to please at the Delaware Agriculture Museum & Village in a dinner theater performance Saturday evening.
    The show, presented by Tco Productions, will feature Michael Hodgeman as the opening act.
    Point Blank is a Philadelphia-based band offering a rich, seasoned group of musicians who deliver compelling tunes through a variety of musical textures that have been built on their unwavering jazz foundation.

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