Rockers arrive.

1. Seger tribute

Hollywood Nights: A Bob Seger Experience gives you a taste of Seger and the Silver Bullet Band’s flavor at a fraction of the cost.

In an attempt to recreate Seger’s songs note for note and leave no stone unturned, the band tours with and plays every show with a baby grand piano.

You can dance under the Hollywood Nights at 7 p.m., Saturday. Tickets are $20. Children 12 or younger get in free.

IF YOU GO

436-3015   ADDRESS Freeman Stage 31750 Lake View Drive, Selbyville   WEBSITE freemanstage.org

2. ‘Kinsey Sicks’ is comedic medicine

A Bette Midler concert became the foundation to a true story where four friends received a revelation.

Their epiphany inspired them to form the off-Broadway show “The Kinsey Sicks,” in an effort to find joy during the darkest days of the AIDS crisis. Now they’re sharing their funny, uplifting and (at times) heartbreaking tale, to help folks understand that hatred and deceit can be fought with humor and heart.

“The Kinsey Sicks” will hit the stage at 8 p.m., Saturday. Tickets start at $35.

IF YOU GO

227-5604   ADDRESS CAMP Rehoboth 37 Baltimore Ave., Rehoboth Beach   WEBSITE camprehoboth.com

3. Big Texas in Small Wonder

Proud Texans the Vandoliers put a twist on their home state with their debut album “Ameri-Kinda.”

The alt-country band released that album in 2016. Less than a year later, Vandolier followed that project up with “The Native.”

That record’s 10 songs offered barreling guitar solos, train beats, anthemic melodies, mariachi horns and autobiographical details of lead singer Joshua Fleming’s own travels.

Some of Fleming’s songs may or may not have been about getting arrested, drunk and finding a playmate.

Joined with Jason Hawk Harris, the Vandoliers and their homebrewed Texas tunes will tickle listeners’ ears from 10 to 11:30 p.m., Friday. Admission is free.

IF YOU GO

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