The New Americans originated in Wilmington in 2011 and boast a dynamic sound. Meanwhile, the Ballroom Thieves are comprised of Massachusetts transplants who offer a wealth of energy, wit and talent during their shows. In January, the band released their EP, "The Devil & The Deep."
The feisty Picara is the bastard child of Ben Folds and Fiona Apple. Picara doesn't apologize for her conscious lyrics that touch on topics ranging from sexuality to war. She dropped her EP "Realer Than Reality" in 2011.
IF YOU GO
WHAT Ballroom Thieves, New Americans, and Noelle Picara and the Flat 2's
WHEN 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 16
WHERE World Café Live at the Queen, 500 N. Market St., Wilmington
Jason Bonham, son of the legendary Led Zeppelin drummer, will pay tribute to his father during his concert "Jason Bonham's Led Zeppelin Experience," which will kickoff at The Grand Friday night.
The live show will reveal a journey that celebrates the life of the renowned and late Led Zeppelin drummer, John Bonham, via personal anecdotes narrated by Jason that weave through more than two hours of Zeppelin tunes, along with a backdrop of classic photos and video.
IF YOU GO
WHAT "Jason Bonham's Led Zeppelin Experience" concert
Brace yourself for the world premier of OperaDelaware Teen Opera Lab's new musical: "CSI Wilmington: To Be or Not" on Saturday night.
The family-friendly production is an exciting comedy involving the mysterious death of a Wilmington businessman and the evidence which may, or not, involve his brother-in-law, wife, his servants, a former business rival and a mysterious plant.
Based on William Shakespeare's play "Hamlet," "CSI Wilmington" explores greed, family, and the relationship between a father and son.
Winterthur will delight with visions of holidays of old and inspire you to create your own spectacular celebrations.
During Yuletide, you'll be transported to a 19th-century market square to see how preparations for winter festivities began. Whether you're taking in the breathtakingly decorated trees, or the winter wonderland of the garden, Yuletide will surely be a feast for the eyes.
IF YOU GO
WHAT Yuletide at Winterthur
WHEN 10-5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 17; Yuletide runs through Jan. 26
WHERE Winterthur, Garden, Museum & Library, 5105 Kennett Pike, Winterthur
COST $20 adult; $5 child (ages 2-11); free for members