1. Ultimate ‘90s concert
In Maryland’s cover band scene, As If has developed a solid reputation.
The group was named Best Cover Artist by the Maryland Music Awards in 2018 after being nominated three years in a row.
While the band specializes in ‘90s tunes, there’s more you can expect from them. They’re all about crowd interaction, goofy humor and random dance contests.
Wear your Filas and dad hats to As If’s ultimate ‘90s experience at 7:30 p.m., Saturday. Admission is free.
IF YOU GOPHONE 539-8011 ADDRESS Bethany Bandstand 1 Garfield Parkway, Bethany Beach WEBSITE townofbethanybeach.com
2. Drum on
Melodies get a lot of love in music. But we all know there’s nothing like hearing a good beat.
The band Drums Around the World invites you and your kids to play some beats this weekend.
DAW is a group of students and friends that promote ethnic drumming through performance and drum circles.
Anyone can learn to drum. Group drumming can help the mind, body and soul.
Some of the instruments DAW has had guests use include djembes, African bells, shakers, clave, boom whackers, drywall buckets, pots and other found instruments.
Before coming, make sure to bring your own chair. The drumming starts at 10 a.m., Saturday. Admission is free.
IF YOU GOPHONE 436-3015 ADDRESS Freeman Stage 31750 Lake View Drive, Selbyville WEBSITE freemanstage.org
3. Scorching band
The Red Hots won’t burn your tongue, but they’ll certainly scorch your ears.
The sizzling group is comprised of two talented women, backed by four bros, who bring life back to many classic jazz standards, old blues tunes and feisty originals. The group offers a blend of unique vocals and ukulele/guitar mixed with driving organic percussion.
The Red Hots will heat up the stage at 2 p.m., Saturday.
IF YOU GOPHONE 227-4600 ADDRESS The Starboard 2009 Coastal Highway, Dewey Beach WEBSITE Thestarboard.com