Some can't-miss events to dive into in lower slower
1. Revisiting the old school
The Funsters don’t pull any punches. Their alias reveals what their mission is for each night.
That’s part of the reason why their Milton show is on pace to sell out. So you’ll want to buy your tickets immediately.
The band performs a variety of styles, ranging from covers of funk and R&B to classic rock. Their catalog includes tunes from Bruce Springsteen, The Commodores, Steely Dan, Tom Jones and Eric Clapton.
You can experience how The Funsters get down at 8 p.m., Saturday. Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 at the door.
IF YOU GO
110 Union St., Milton
2. Queen Hilma to take beach throne
At age 2, twin sisters Andi and Alex Peot began singing “Silent Night.” Little did the siblings know that would spark their musical career.
By 10, the twins jointly penned their first original song.
Now in their 20s, Andi and Alex are Queen Hilma, fearless frontrunners of the alt-rock quartet that borrows the namesake of their grandmother in hopes of replicating her strength to navigate the music business and embrace their biggest passions.
Queen Hilma dropped their latest EP “Is Everything Ok?” in 2016. Their latest single is “Where Did You Go,” from 2017.
The Wisconsin twins will gig in lower slower at 10 p.m., Friday. Admission is free.
IF YOU GO
Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats
320 Rehoboth Ave., Rehoboth Beach
3. Hitting the ‘White’
Keith White grew up on a diet of rock ‘n’ roll. Yet he enjoys a variety of styles.
His songbook includes covers of Sublime’s “Santeria,” Oasis’ “Wonder Wall,” Zac Brown’s “Chicken Fried” and more.
His voice has been heard by college students and celebrities like Kathy Lee Gifford. White has entertained audiences while sharing the stage with a number of talented guitarists and musicians.
White will share his talents at 8:30 p.m., Friday. Admission is free.
IF YOU GO
18385 Costal Highway, Lewes