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FREE Concerts ALL Summer Long

Erica Martin - Wednesday, June 10, 2015
Rehoboth Bandstand

Break out the dance moves and come sing-a-long! When it comes to free entertainment and a great time, The Rehoboth Beach Bandstand is the place to be. All summer long enjoy live classic rock bands, orchestras, and jazz music all in the heart of Rehoboth Beach. 

Kicking off the weekend with Delaware’s ALL- STAR Favorite, Love Seed Mama Jump, the Rehoboth Beach Bandstand will be booked each and every weekend Friday – Sunday with countless performances. Get there by 8pm weekend nights and grab a chair or dance along. The cool oceans breeze and smell of summer nights makes weekends at the bandstand an yearly tradition. 

With over 50 bands performing annually, the open-air venue is bound to capture the musical taste of all ages. Whether your just finishing up dinner or strolling along the boardwalk with the family, the 8:00pm to 9:15pm weekend concerts will be the perfect end to your evening. Click here for the complete concert schedule.

Calling All Rehoboth Beach Lovers & Fans

Erica Martin - Wednesday, March 11, 2015
Vote Rehoboth Beach

Rehoboth Beach lovers and fans - it's up to you. Each month travel experts from USA Today nominate the top 20 travel destinations to be in their '10 Best' section. This month, the category is Best Coastal Small Town and Rehoboth Beach is among the nominees! Vote for Rehoboth Beach, once a day, every day, until 12:00 p.m. on Monday, March 16. YOUR VOTE COUNTS!

Obviously, we all know there’s nothing better than our quaint little town, but we still need to prove it. This hidden east coast destination needs some recognition. Rehoboth Beach was nicknamed “The Nation’s Summer Capital” for good reason - it's the perfect spot for friends and families to visit. What more could you want? We have beautiful beaches, a mile-long boardwalk, great restaurants, and even tax free shopping. 

If you agree, take 30 seconds out of your day and vote for Rehoboth Beach as the Best Coastal Beach Town.

Labor Day Doesn’t Mean Summer is Over Yet

Sherri Martin - Wednesday, August 27, 2014
Labor Day

Yeah, sure, Labor Day typically marks the “official” end to the summer season, but locals know that September is the BEST month at the beach. Just because the kiddos are back to school, it doesn’t mean you can’t plan a weekend visit to Rehoboth Beach. Crowds are smaller and weather is perfect for outdoor activities - just remember to pack your jacket for slightly cooler evenings. 

Parking permits are no longer required after Labor Day weekend and parking meters come down mid-month, so parking in town is a breeze. All your favorite shops and restaurants are still open and the Jolly Trolley continues to run on weekends so you can easily buzz around town or visit neighboring Dewey Beach to check out the music festivals held throughout the month. 

Additionally, the beach remains guarded until the third weekend of September, so you can be assured that you and your family can "beach" safely. 

In the meantime, for those of you that are lucky enough to be on vacation this last week of August, be sure to drop by The Rehoboth Beach Bandstand on Thursday, August 28 at dusk (8:15 – 8:30 pm) to watch Frozen, the final movie of the 2014 Cinema By the Surf summer outdoor film series. The event is free and seats are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Celebrate Independence Day!

Sherri Martin - Wednesday, July 02, 2014
Independence Day

Break out the red, white and blue, baby, because it’s here - the ‘big daddy’ of summer holidays - Independence Day! When it comes to this sparkling and illustrious occasion, Rehoboth Beach is no slouch and we guarantee you will have a most memorable experience. Here is the scoop regarding the holiday happenings taking place in town on the BIG night! 

On Friday, July 4 at approximately 9:15 p.m, a spectacular fireworks extravaganza, hosted by Rehoboth Beach Main Street (RBMS), will be launched from the beach. This dazzling display will be visible up and down the boardwalk and shoreline so grab your blanket or beach towel and come down a little early to snatch up a great spot. Catch a live concert with the Funsters, who will perform at the Rehoboth Beach Bandstand before and after the fireworks. For easy transportation in and out of town, the Jolly Trolley and DART buses will run from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. 

The Annual Main Street Fireworks Display is funded entirely through donations from Rehoboth Beach visitors, citizens and area businesses. To be a part of this wonderful community event please visit the RBMS website to donate and help make this year’s show the biggest ever! 

The rain date is Saturday, July 5. The decision to reschedule will be made late Friday afternoon and updated information will be posted on the RBMS website.

Have a safe and enjoyable holiday!

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