Fire and Ice Festival Sculpture

It’s on the chilly side outside, but things are definitely heating up nicely for folks seeking things to do in Delaware this weekend. Live music will take the stage statewide, but there are more intimate and immersive moments in store, including a cocktail-making class and a soothing stroll through a museum, accompanied by gentle music.

Northern Delaware

Street Dreams: The Inner City Musical 
Wilmington Drama League, Wilmington
8 p.m., Jan. 27-29 (and Feb. 3-5)
Tickets: $12-$20
Based on one of the most banned books of its time, Street Dreams: The Inner City Musical is a revue-style show that humorously follows the lives of 8 citizens in an un-named American city as they deal with love, corruption and poverty in the 1970s.

Spokey Speaky: 11th Annual Bob Marley Birthday Concert 
The Queen, Wilmington
8 p.m., Jan. 27
Tickets: $16
Legendary Delaware band Spokey Speaky returns to main hall at The Queen with a night of reggae and jams honoring the birth of the great, late Bob Marley (who lived in Delaware).

Box of Rain: Grateful Dead Tribute 
The Queen, Wilmington
8 p.m., Jan. 28
Tickets: $35-$40
Stellar musicians and avid Deadheads, the 6-piece band Box of Rain pays tribute to the prime years of one of the world’s most beloved rock bands, the Grateful Dead.

Winter Cocktail Workshop
Stitch House Brewery, Wilmington
12-2 p.m., Jan. 28
Tickets: $120 per person or $115pp for couples
Do you love brunch? How about cocktails? You’ll find both at this fun mixology class taught by an expert at Stitch House Brewery.

DECO x Green Box Kitchen Market
DE.CO Food Hall, Wilmington
11 a.m.-4 p.m. Jan. 28
Tickets: Free
This is the spot to grab fresh, locally sourced produce (and maybe grab some lunch). Vendors will also be selling skincare, jewelry, plants, art and more!

Central Delaware

The Gin Game 
Second Street Players, Milford
2 p.m. and 7 p.m., Jan. 27-29 (and Feb. 3-5)
See D. L. Coburn’s 1978 Pulitzer Prize-winning powerhouse play The Gin Game, a tragicomedy in two acts.

Boozy Brunch Wine Pour Workshop 
Biggs Museum, Dover
11 a.m.-1 p.m., Jan. 28
Tickets: Members $15; Non-Members $20
The museum’s first floor will be transformed into a creative café with music, brunch, and a unique art-making experience where you create shapes and images out of drinks poured on canvas.

Sunday Serenade: Live Music at the Museum
Biggs Museum, Dover
1-3:30 p.m., Jan. 29
Tickets: Complimentary add-on to paid admission. No reservation required.
Immerse yourself in a multi-sensory experience, wandering through museum galleries while listening to live music uniquely curated to accompany your visit. Paul Sedacca will be playing Classical and Flamenco guitar.

Southern Delaware

Fire & Ice Festival
Locations in and around Bethany Beach/Fenwick Island
Jan. 27-29
Tickets: Prices vary
The theme for this year’s Fire & Ice Festival is Lights, Camera, Action! Enjoy a weekend of winter festivities at the beach, including ice sculpture tours, live sculpture demonstrations, bonfires, fireworks, ice slides, tastings, and music.

Judy's Road to Oz
Milton Theatre, Milton
7 p.m.-12 a.m., Jan. 27
Tickets: Adult $52; Child $35
Vocalist Ruby Rakos, author John Fricke, and pianist David Libby will lead you down the yellow brick road as they tell the story of Judy Garland and the Wizard of Oz through song and story.

Winter Delmarva Dogfish BirdINNg Weekend #1
Various locations
Various times, Jan. 27-29
Tickets: $25-$70
Just pick your favorite field trip and climb aboard for a nature tour like no other. Field trips include forays into Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge, Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge, Cape Henlopen State Park, the historic landings of Maryland's Chincoteague Bay, the Ocean City inlet, and the amazing “Scoters & Seals” boat tours in Lewes.

Imani Winds
Coastal Concerts, Lees
7:30 p.m.-12 a.m., Jan. 28
Tickets: $0-$40
This wind quintet has led both a revolution and the evolution through their dynamic playing, adventurous programming, and imaginative collaborations.