Cape May–Lewes Ferry officials announced the summer lawn concert series at the Lewes Ferry Terminal has returned for its fifth consecutive summer season.
Beginning at 5:30 p.m. July 11, these free outdoor community concerts will be held on the lawn located adjacent to the Lewes terminal building, 43 Cape Henlopen Drive, and will feature six cover bands. The concerts, which conclude at 8:30 p.m., will be held every other Thursday through August.
Carry-in alcoholic beverages are not permitted, but food and beverages can be purchased from the ferry’s outdoor bar and grill, On the Rocks, the terminal’s new Off-Centered On the Rocks waterfront park featuring Dogfish Head beers, or inside the Lewes passenger terminal. Guests are encouraged to bring a beach towel or lawn chair.
— The Funsters: July 11 and Aug. 22. After more than 20 years performing, the Funsters — with three-piece horn section, four lead vocalists and a guitarist — play everything from Frank Sinatra to the Rolling Stones.
— The Beat Tells: July 25. Based in the Philadelphia area, the Beat Tells are a Beatles Tribute Band whose performances include costume changes representing all eras of the Beatles career.
— Lower Case Blues: Aug. 8. Lower Case Blues is a beautiful fusion of blues-based rock woven together with jazz and deep percussion and bass melodies.
More live entertainment will also be featured at the Lewes Ferry terminal’s Off-Centered On the Rocks this summer. Beginning July 16 through the end of August, happy hour entertainment is set for every Tuesday.
— Electric Velvet: July 15 and Aug. 27. This four-man band performs acoustic covers of popular hits covering many genres and eras.
— Ken Boulden: July 30 and Aug. 13 and 20. Ken Boulden and Rick Griffin are a duo who can be called an updated version of the Smothers Brothers — delivering fan-favorite songs from the 1950s and ’70s including genres of country and classic rock.
— Dale Teat: July 23 and Aug. 6. Dale Teat is the front-singer and manager of Dover-based band Glass Onion covering genres and eras from pop dance classics of the 1950s to modern day hits.
For more, visit cmlf.com or call 800-643-3779.