Free summer concerts have been going on for decades at the Rehoboth Beach Bandstand. (City of Rehoboth Beach photo)

42 nights of free music at the Rehoboth Beach Bandstand

Ken Mammarella Culture, Headlines

Free summer concerts have been going on for decades at the Rehoboth Beach Bandstand. (City of Rehoboth Beach photo)

Free summer concerts have been going on for decades at the Rehoboth Beach Bandstand. (City of Rehoboth Beach photo)

The lineup for the 61st season of free summer concerts at the Rehoboth Beach Bandstand has been announced.

Concerts usually run from 8 to 9:15 p.m. every Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Exceptions include two sets from the Funsters on July 2, a bonus Delaware National Guard 287th concert on July 4 and no concert on Sept. 3, when the season is winding down. Here’s the schedule:

May 26: Mike Hines & the Look, dance band

May 27: US Navy Cruisers, variety.

May 28: Jimi Smooth & Hit Time, variety.

June 9: Good Shot Judy

June 10: Frontiers, Journey tribute.

June 11: Guys in Thin Ties, ’80s music.

June 16: Love Seed Mama Jump, rock.

June 17: The Midnight Rock Show.

June 18: The Nashville Nights Band, country.

June 23: Central City Orchestra, dance.

June 24: Lady Supreme, Diana Ross tribute.

June 25: Tim Laushey Orchestra.

June 30: US Navy Concert Band.

July 1: Real Diamond, Neil Diamond tribute.

July 2: The Funsters, party. Also performing after the fireworks.

July 4: Delaware National Guard 287th Army Band.

July 7: Downrange, a US Army band.

July 8: Jesse Garron, Elvis tribute.

July 9: The Uptown Band.

July 14: The Jersey Tenors, opera and rock.

July 15: Van Halen Nation, Van Halen tribute.

July 16: The Whiskey Crows, rock, country and soul.

July 21: High Noon, Lynyrd Skynyrd and southern rock tribute.

July 22: ’70s Flashback, “the soundtrack of a generation.”

July 23: Earth, Wind & Fire Tribute Band.

July 28: The Fabulous Greaseband, oldies.

July 29: Best of the Eagles, Eagles tribute.

July 30: The Texas Chainsaw Horns.

Aug. 4: The Benny Havens Band, a US Army band.

Aug. 5: A Brother’s Revival, led by Allman Brothers bassist David “Rook” Goldflies.

Aug. 6: Thurston Howell, “yacht rock.”

Aug. 11: Gringo Jingo.

Aug. 12: The Sensational Soul Cruisers, soul and Motown.

Aug. 13: The Heat and the Cold Sweat Horns.

Aug. 18: lower case blues, blues.

Aug. 19: The English Channel, British invasion tribute.

Aug. 20: Vinyl Shockley.

Aug. 25: Max Impact, US Air Force rock and pop band.

Aug. 26: Broken Arrow, Neil Young tribute.

Aug. 27: Soul Crackers, Motown.

Sept. 1: The Fabulous Hubcaps, oldies.

Sept. 2: Still Surfin’, Beach Boys tribute.

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