Grain lines up 12 acts for Rocking the Docks

Following a profitable first season, Grain On The Rocks is bringing again its Rocking the Docks summer time live performance sequence.

From 5 to 7 p.m., each Thursday starting June 24, music lovers can have the alternative to see stay music in a socially distanced ambiance on the grassy space subsequent to the Cape May-Lewes Ferry terminal off Cape Henlopen Drive.

Like final 12 months, concertgoers could reserve 10-by-10-foot squares. Each sq. can accommodate up to 4 individuals. Guests ought to carry their very own chairs; they will order meals and drinks from their smartphone to be delivered to their sq..

Grain co-owner Lee Mikles says the squares will stay all through the summer time, whilst the state begins to loosen up COVID-19 laws.

“We received such good suggestions on how individuals loved seeing a live performance that method, we figured we might keep it up,” he mentioned.

This 12 months’s schedule will kick off Thursday, June 24, with Betty and the Bullet, and a brand new act will carry out each Thursday till Sept. 9, when Joey Harkum will shut out the season. The schedule options a number of returning acts, together with (*12*) Strings on July 8, Jocelyn & Chris on July 29 and Skribe on Aug. 26.

New this 12 months is a season ticket choice. With costs starting from $575 to $695, a season ticket ensures entry to a sq. for each present on the schedule. Season tickets might be on sale from 10 a.m., Wednesday, May 19 by 10 a.m. Wednesday, June 2.

Individual tickets will vary from $40 to $80 per sq.. There might be 5 VIP squares allowed entry to the Dogfish Head space with a devoted server and selection of the full Grain menu. Individual tickets go on sale June 2.

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June 24 – Betty and the Bullet

July 1 – Higher Education

July 8 – (*12*) Strings

July 15 – Little Stranger with opening act Dry Reef

July 22 – Melt

July 29 – Jocelyn & Chris

Aug. 5 – Sammy Rae & the Friends

Aug. 12 – Joe Hertler and the Rainbow Seekers

Aug. 19 – Amish Outlaws

Aug. 26 – Skribe

Sept. 2 – TBD

Sept. 9 – Joey Harkum

Note: All live shows are 5 to 7 p.m.


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