Bandstand & Beach Activities
Bandstand performances take place every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, with an occasional mid-week booking. Shows typically begin at 7:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted. Seating is provided free of charge, but audience members are welcome to bring their own chairs.
Band bios coming soon.
KIDS NIGHTS: EVERY WEDNESDAY IN JULY
July 5thStep right up to the first of our Kids Nights. Face painters begin at 6 p.m.
Carnival Night on the Bandstand, 6 - 9 p.m.
Mr. Jon & Friends makes music for kids and their families that inspire fun, laughter, and dancing.
Come get your move on with Mr. Jon and his silly puppet friend, George the monkey.
Dickens Parlour Theatre - 8 p.m.
Performers from all over the world give their time and talent to support the Dickens Theater.
Don't miss this special show designed with fun interaction for kids of all ages.
Zoo In My Room Puppet Musical on the Bandstand
Featuring Kidsinger Jim Hossick, 7:30 p.m.Created in 2008, “Zoo In My Room” tells stories about retired zookeeper Farmer Stu and his animal family that is
grown through animal adoption. These amazing, truly-unique shows feature a cool farmer puppet,
amazing large animal puppets, and original songs.
July 19 & 26
Rehoboth Summer Childrens Theater
July 19: Peter Pan in Town Hall
Show times: 6 and 7 p.m. Visit Town Hall lobby at 8:30 a.m. on show day to get your
free tickets to attend the evening event. Limit 6, while supplies last.
The classic story of youthful joy takes the stage as Peter and Tinkerbell lead the Darling Children (Wendy, Michael and John) to Neverland.
Along with Peter’s band of Lost Boys, they encounter pirates, Indians and a ticking crocodile. When all is said and done, everyone,
except Peter, returns to the Darlings’ home treasuring their fanciful adventure!
July 26: Jack and the Beanstalk on the Bandstand
Show times: 6 and 7 p.m. No tickets required for this event due to its location.
The familiar tales comes to life as poor, hungry Jack sells the family cow for a handful of magic “quick growing” bean seeds.
Overnight the seeds grow a beanstalk that leads all the way to a castle in the clouds. When Jack climbs to the top he finds three treasures
(a bag of silver coins, a hen that lays golden eggs, a singing harp) and a grumpy giant!
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We hope you will join us this summer and enjoy all the Town has to offer.
For questions about Town happenings, call Events Director Julie Malewski at 302-539-8011, ext. 123.