Can't-miss events to dive into this weekend in Delaware.

1. Sponge in Dewey

Although their pants aren’t square, the band Sponge treats every stage they play on like Bikini Bottom.

The rock band has opened for heavy hitters including Guns N’ Roses, Nickelback, Iggy Pop, Soundgarden, Alice in Chains and Kiss, to name a few.

Sponge has proven to be one of Detroit’s biggest bands, after gaining international notoriety with their platinum-selling debut album, “Rotting Piñata,” hits from the band include “Plowed” and “Molly (16 Candles).”

Sponge will soak up your vibes at 9 p.m., Friday. Tickets are $20.

IF YOU GO

227-3888

ADDRESS

Rusty Rudder

113 Dickinson St., Dewey Beach

WEBSITE

rustyrudderdewey.com

2. Tasty American jams

The Rehoboth Concert Band will salute patriotic music as part of the program “Delaware Goes to War.” 

The flag-waving concert will run from 5 to 6:15 p.m. Guests are required to pay $5 per car.

IF YOU GO

645-8983

ADDRESS

Cape Henlopen State Park

15099 Cape Henlopen Drive, Lewes

WEBSITE

rehobothconcertband.org

3. Hybrid bluegrass band

Jam-infused bluegrass band South Hill Banks reps Richmond, Virginia to the fullest.

The band has left their footprint on Virginia, headlining small and medium-size venues, along with working beside national touring groups.

Formed in 2015, South Hill Banks have carved a niche for themselves in the Richmond music scene with their genre-bending psychedelic bluegrass sound.

Some of the band’s influences include Phish, Tony Rice, The Grateful Dead, Doc Watson and Sam Bush.

South Hill Banks will serve up some bluegrass grooves at 10 p.m., Friday. Admission is free.

IF YOU GO

226-BREW

ADDRESS

Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats

320 Rehoboth Ave., Rehoboth Beach

INFO

dogfish.com