Weekly Entertainment 1/30 to 2/5

Bodhi Woof is an acoustic pop/folk duo based out of Delaware. Solo artists Emily Moses and Justin McNatt met in 2014 and started to collaborate in 2016. They play original music and put their own spin on pop songs from several genres and decades. Their sound has been compared to “Alabama Shakes” and “Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros”.

Jason Filasky is at the corner of folk and country, you’ll find Jason Filasky. Jason uses his influences to deliver a broad mix of familiar songs and a strong set of original material in a unique way.  Like a low-country barbecue on a hot summer night— great songs with little spice and lot of hospitality.  Jason’s music will remind you why you came to coastal Delaware.

Radio Halo consists of four established musicians (Dave, Rich, Dom, BLT) with varying musical backgrounds and interests. They are building their reputation around their signature sound and high energy performances.  Their vast influences and backgrounds allow them to transform well-known songs into their own. Expect Variety as Radio Halo’s Song Catalog covers many different genres and decades of music, including Classic Rock, 80’s Metal, Alternative Rock, Punk, Ska, Modern Rock, Top 40, Pop, and Dance

Weekly Entertainment 1/23-1/30

Thursday, January 26th, Thursday Double Header at 10pm featuring Tim Cooney and Tyler Greene

Friday, January 27th:  Keri Anthony at 6pm, Freshly Squeezed at 10pm

Saturday, January 28th:  Seaschell Karaoke at 8:30pm

Sundays:  We begin our Sunday Afternoon Music Series with Chris Ryan and Jackson Vari, 2pm to 5pm

Lower Case Blues at 10pm

Mondays:  Green Means Go at 9:30pm

Tuesdays: Let’s Do Speed Bingo! at 6:30pm

Wednesdays: Survey Sez at 6:30pm, Rehoboth Open Mic at 10pm

Thursdays: Trivia Challenge at 7pm followed by the Thursday Double Header

Weekly Entertainment 1/1/17 to 1/7/17

Happy New Year!

The first Friday of the month is FURst Friday as we welcome the Rehoboth Beach Bear Happy Hour 6pm to 9pm).

In addition to our regular entertainment (see below), we have a new band making their debut at The Pond on Friday. The band is Sweet Spot and they take the stage at 10pm.

On Saturday, Laura and Ashley of Mama’s Black Sheep are back for one night only (actually, 6pm). After this gig, they won’t be back in Rehoboth until March as they head south! So be sure to catch them. After Mama’s Black Sheep, DJ Sharon will be spinning tunes.

~ The Pond will be closed on Thursday, January 5th for staff meetings. But will re-open on Friday morning.