St Patrick’s Day Parade Festivities @ Quayside
Hot Sauce, Lower Case Blues
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Spend St. Patrick's Day with the Milton Theatre!
BYOC! Bring Your Own Chair for this full day of entertainment.
The Milton Theatre Quayside features a Beer Garden serving Beer, Wine, and Slushie Spiked Drinks. Kids will enjoy Bouncy House and Face Painting.
Milton Theatre Food Stall featuring: Kobe Beef Hot Dogs, Jalapeno/Cheese Hot Dogs, Popcorn, Fresh Baked Cookies & Brownies, Soft Drinks, Water.
Schedule of Entertainment
12:00-2:00 - Hot Sauce Band (Quayside)
2:00 - Parade Viewing (Quayside)
3:30-5:30 - Lower Case Blues (Quayside)
7:00 - Janglebachs (Inside the Milton Theatre - Ticketed Event) - Reserve Tickets Here)
Rain Contingency: Planned Quayside activities will be moved inside the Milton Theatre.
MILTON THEATRE QUAYSIDE
A brand new dynamic “outdoor events” space next to the historic Milton Theatre along the Broadkill River that is set to influence the look and feel of downtown Milton!
Called the “Milton Theatre Quayside” (pronounced as kee-side), the space will add to a growing list of public areas where people can enjoy outdoor performances and various events. “Quay” has been incorporated in the name (which means, “a platform lying alongside water for loading and unloading ships”) as a tribute to the town’s shipbuilding history.
About the Milton Theatre
The historic Milton Theatre is a uniquely diverse venue where you will find the best local, regional, national, and international talent. Free municipal and on-street parking are available. Full bar and light food options available. This facility is fully accessible.
About Hot Sauce Band (12:00 PM Quayside Stage)
The Hot Sauce band is available as a duo, trio, quartet, or quintet, all under the guidance of front man and maestro David Aman.
David grew up in Italy and Spain and studied Spanish guitar in Madrid. A lover of classical Baroque music, he moved to London in 1992 and performed throughout England for two years.
Moving to Texas had him fall in love with Latin music of all types from Mexico to Venezuela to Brazil and of course the music of Spain.
Having been lucky enough to live all around the world, David is proud to call Delaware home.
About Lower Case Blues (3:00 PM Quayside Stage)
Lower Case Blues is a power trio originating from Newark, Delaware. The band features Jake Banaszak (lead guitar), B.J. Muntz (bass and vocals), and Paul Weik (drums). Since the Band started in '03, They have established themselves as some of the best in the area.. Taking blues to a whole new level and earning respect as being some of the best up and coming musicians.
LCB focuses on playing original music with a reasonable amount of covers thrown into the mix to pay tribute to their inspirations. The band always plays with feeling and improvisation… you’ll never hear a song played the same way twice.
Some of LCB’s accomplishments include…
- Inducted to "The Blues Hall of Fame" 2012
- Played "Firefly Festival in Dover DE" 2012
- "Best Band in Delaware in 2009" ... Delaware Today Magazine
- Opened for acts such as Buddy Guy, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Jonny Lang, Blues Traveler, Grand Funk Railroad, .38 Special, Michael Burks, The Junco Pardners, Los Lonely Boys, Jakob Dylan, and Robert Randolph..
- Backed up funk guitar great - Leo Nocentelli (The Meters) @ Dogfish Head Brewery in 2010
- Competed in the International Blues Challenge in Memphis, TN.
- Was voted Best Blues Band in Delaware by Out ‘n’ About Magazine.
- Won award for Best Americana Band in April 2007 at the Delaware Music Festival.
- Won “Battle of the Blues” for local radio station 98.5 Big Classic Rock.
- Recorded and performed with producer and keyboardist Johnny Neel (formerly of the Allman Bros.)
About Janglebachs (7:00PM Milton Theatre Mainstage)
Telling the story of a decade through its music.
THE JANGLEBACHS perform The Music Of The Woodstock Generation, the music that changed the world and the lives of the generations that followed: British Invasion, West-Coast Psychedelic, Country Rock, Pop and Soul..
So get out your Nehru Jackets, Tie Dyes and Love Beads, turn on the Lava Lamp and Black Lights, and spend some time digging the music that changed the world forever.
Travel back to the 1960s with JANGLEBACHS – Music Of The Woodstock Generation.