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Music & Arts Locations
More information about the Delaware State Parks 2009 Summer Concert Series is available, including venues, artists and times.
Bellevue State Park
Bellevue State Park's bandshell is perfect for the park's long-running outdoor concert series during the summer months. The stone patio outside the Bellevue Arts Center is the stage for the popular lunchtime concert series, and several special concerts are held in Bellevue Hall throughout the year.
Killens Pond State Park
Families can bring blankets and beach chairs and enjoy summertime concerts under the stars in the Sports Complex Area at Killens Pond State Park. Look for the annual Jazz Festival during the spring.
White Clay Creek State Park
The Carpenter Recreation Area is the site for the White Clay Creek Summer Concerts. Start the evening with a picnic supper, and don't forget to pick up some water ice at the Friends of White Clay Creeks's booth.
Wilmington State Parks
Relax on the lawn near the Rockford Tower for free concerts from June through August. Besides the wonderful evening of music, special access to the tower, a century-old Wilmington landmark, is available.
The Blue Ball Barn at Alapocas Run State Park
This unique conference and gallery space is the home of the Delaware Folk Art Collection. The collection features more than 120 works showcasing more than 50 artisits and represents the diverse cultures and heritage of Delaware. Exhibits that present the history of the structure, and the outdoor public sculpture help make the Blue Ball Barn one of the must-see arts locations in your Delaware State Parks.
Traveling Art and Photography Exhibits
Several parks from Brandywine Creek to Cape Henlopen host traveling exhibits by amateur artisits that reflect the nature or culture of Delaware. Many exhibits open with an artist's reception where visitors may meet the artisits and purchase their work.