Here are three fun events to check out in lower Delaware.

1. Struts to pop Bottle & Cork 

Firefly alum The Struts are coming back to the First State for the third time in under a year, returning to Dewey Beach where they last played during the summer of 2016.

Before getting too excited, bear in mind this show is for ages 21 or older.

A United Kingdom-bred band full of reckless swagger and hugely catchy hooks, the Struts are a tribute to the sweet and dirty spirit of glam to modern rock 'n' roll.

Opening for the band will be rising Michigan rockers Greta Van Fleet, touring with their debut EP, “Black Smoke Rising.”

From sing-along choruses to fiery guitar solos, Greta Van Fleet rounds up a highlight reel of rock 'n' roll heroics. These guys aren't revivalists. Their desire is to breathe new life into a sound that's been blasted out of car dashboards and living room stereos for decades.

The Struts and GVF will gig at 7 p.m., Sunday. Tickets are $30.




Bottle & Cork

1807 Highway One, Dewey Beach


2. Double trouble at Dogfish

The duo Jocelyn & Chris Ardt aren't the type to hold back.

The pair offers devastatingly powerful vocals and retro-rock guitar with lyrics that run the gamut from vulnerable to all-out venomous.

Evidence of this is in their acoustic tune “Shame,” featuring an emotional Jocelyn shouting over a mid-tempo melody.

The duo has logged performances coast to coast, including stops at Sundance Film Festival, Mountain Jam Music Festival and SXSW.

Jocelyn & Chris will share their unbridled passion for song at 10 p.m., Saturday. The show is free.




Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats

320 Rehoboth Ave., Rehoboth Beach


3. Hijinks in Rehoboth

“Dirty Rotten Scoundrels,” based on the popular 1988 film, is a comedy that will take audiences to the French Riviera for carefree antics with a jazzy score.

Lawrence Jameson makes his lavish living by talking rich ladies out of their money. Freddy Benson swindles women by waking their compassion with fabricated stories about his grandmother's failing health.

After meeting on a train, they attempt to work together, only to find that this small French town isn't big enough for the two of them.

“Dirty Rotten Scoundrels” will be performed at 7 p.m., Friday and Saturday; and at 3 p.m., Sunday. Tickets are $32 for general admission, $27 for seniors and $15 for students/children.




Clear Space Theatre

20 Baltimore Ave., Rehoboth Beach