1. Blues on tap
Lower Case Blues adds to the legacy of talented bands of only three members.
Inductees of the Delaware Blues Hall of Fame, Lower Case Blues has shared the stage with heavy hitters like Grand Funk Railroad, which performed at Dover International Speedway on the day of the 100th race last week.
The trio has also opened for Robert Randolph, Buddy Guy and others.
The Rehoboth Beach-based band played in the first Firefly Music Festival in 2012.
Lower Case Blues will bring an all-caps level of excitement to the stage at 10 p.m., Friday. Admission is free.
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2. Mixed bag of audio candy
Experiencing an Eleven Eleven concert is like watching Netflix, because there’s a little something for everyone to enjoy.
The quartet from the Philadelphia area has a set list as broad as Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s shoulders. The guys in the band are really approachable, making their shows even more memorable.
Eleven Eleven will work their magic at 8:30 p.m., Friday.
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3. Pink Floyd tribute
Pink Floyd enthusiasts will get to hear some of their faves, courtesy of the national tribute band Think Pink Floyd.
What makes a TPF concert complete? A full laser show, stage props and the iconic, round video screen. TPF has a reputation for playing complete albums too.
The band delivers the sights and sounds of the classic Pink Floyd concerts of the ‘70s and ‘80s.
Think Pink Floyd will hold it down at 3 and 8 p.m., Saturday. Tickets are $27 to $32.
110 Union St., Milton
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