What’s IN Weekend Round-Up: November 4-6

By: Brianna Hansen
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As always, we have another jam-packed weekend IN store for you #inWilm, all starting with 3 of our top picks from November’s Art on the Town, plus, comedy, music, politics, tech and more…

Art on the Town takes over Wilmington tonight from 5-9pm and as always is bringing us a slew of options – my personal top picks INclude:

  • ART WRX at 608 N. Market featuring painters, sculptures, photographers, video projectionists, jewelers, fashion designers and a soundtrack provided by DJ EA & H Mazz
  • Poppycock Tattoo’s Black Light Spooktacular – a group show featuring, you guessed it, spooky black light-reflective work
  • The Delaware Contemporary where you can catch a forged fashion runway show by Ellen Durkan, aerial arts performances by Ascend Flow Arts, tastings by Dogfish, DJs Skinny White and DJZip and as always, so, so much more…

After you get your visual fill, you can head over to Bootless Stageworks at St. Stephen’s Church for an Evening of Stand-Up Comedy featuring 6 of the region’s funniest in the biz presented by Southbound Comedy.

OpenBracket, one of the largest coding competitions in the country, is coming to the first state and we’re all welcome to join OpenBracket Delaware in celebrating the winners and best of tech #inWilm during the open air party on Market Street Saturday evening, complete with a beer garden, bites from Chelsea and Ernest & Scott and live music by Bullbuckers and Lower Case Blues.

If you’d rather stay INdoors, you can catch the smooth, light and soulful blues sounds that come from Kentucky born cellist Ben Sollee who’s stopping by Arden Concerts on Saturday evening.

Out & About’s Wilmington Beer Week also kicks off on Saturday, featuring more than 60 breweries over 8 straight days including more than a dozen local restaurants like Chelsea Tavern, Dead Presidents, Iron Hill, Logan House, Trolley Tap House, Washington Street Ale House, to name a few!unnamedFinally, with the election looming just around the corner, I must point out The City of Conversation running now at Delaware Theatre Company #inWilm. Taking place over the course of 6 presidencies beginning in 1979, this play follows the story of Hester Ferris as she is forced to choose between her family and her lifelong political causes… As if you’re not already, it’s going to make you think about a whole lot of things related to this INsane

What are YOU looking forward to this weekend #inWilm?! For more on these events, check out inWilmingtonDE.com!

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