Thank you for visiting NorthDelaWHEREHappening.com’s Events Calendar

Events Calendar - NorthDelaWHEREHappeningcom Festivals, Fundraisers, Happy Hours, Loops, Dance Lessons, Fashion Shows, Sporting Events, Walks, Runs, Concerts, Theatre Performances, Plays, Grand Openings, Workshops, Auditions, Classes, Lectures,  etc.

Got Events? YOU can add them to the Calendar anytime 24/7/365.  Sign up now to contribute! Click the “Add an Event” button to get started.  Have questions? Email [email protected]

add-event-blue





Mar
24
Fri
THE GLIMMER TWINS (CLASSIC ROLLING STONES TRIBUTE EXPERIENCE) AND RUST: A NEIL YOUNG TRIBUTE
Mar 24 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

The Rolling Stones have long been hailed as The Greatest Rock-n-Roll Band in the World. But before they became the corporate machine that they are sometimes referred to as today, they earned this title by wowing audiences worldwide with some of the most electrifying performances in the history of rock-n-roll. Beginning with the recording of the classic album ‘Beggar’s Banquet’ in the late 60’s, the Rolling Stones would enter into what is widely considered to be their most creative period that would continue right up through the release of the album ‘Exile On Main St.’ You will be amazed at the way The Glimmer Twins are able to recreate the look and feel of The Rolling Stones during this period and beyond.

The Rolling Stones single handedly changed the way rock concerts were presented to large audiences when they kicked off their ’69 U.S. Tour which is thoroughly documented in the movie ‘Gimme Shelter’. By combining the raw energy of the band with the more sophisticated amplification systems for the times, The Stones were able to connect with their mass audiences in sold-out arenas on a whole new level. The Glimmer Twins will give you a close-up view and feeling of what it was like to be in the audience at one of these historical performances.

By 1972 their live performances were creating such frenzy, that many venues needed to utilize a lottery system in order to fairly distribute tickets because of the overwhelming demand. In subsequent years, the audiences kept increasing in size to the point where The Stones were selling out stadiums across the world. Everyone wanted to experience the sensation of seeing The Rolling Stones perform. What makes The Glimmer Twins such a special attraction is their ability to capture the raw energy of the most electrifying performances throughout The Rolling Stones career, and present it in such a way that audiences are able to experience the same sensation of what it was like to be at a Stones concert in their heyday. Because of the uncanny resemblances to Mick Jagger & Keith Richards in their prime coupled with the special attention given to the minutest details both musically and visually, The Glimmer Twins are a cut above all other tribute bands on the circuit today.





Mar
25
Sat
Steampunk Pirate Tales: Interactive Theater Event
Mar 25 @ 7:30 pm – 11:30 pm

Come enjoy this unique night out with our Steampunk inspired event “Pirate Tales”, an Interactive Theater show put together by the students and staff of Ascend Flow Arts. Featuring aerial Performances on Trapeze, Aerial Silks, Aerial Hoop, and invented apparatus. Between acts enjoy the Art Gallery, Live Music, and Craft Beers and wine served by our aerial bartenders. This is a lounge style event with acts throughout the night.

Costumes highly encouraged. Come be a part of the show!

Located in Wilmington, Delaware

Doors Open at 7:30 Show Starts at 8:00
18+ event 21+ ID’s needed to be served alcohol

Tickets are $10 pre-sale or $15 Door

Performers: Kim Freedman, Chi-Wen Lee, Ken Tenaro, Brianna Wendt, Kristina Milionta, Avrie Toutkaldjian, Nicole Gevirtz, and Kaitlin Repella.

Sponsored by Miss Christiana scholarship organization. Bar proceeds will go towards the scholarship fund.

Ticket sales will help us get equipment for Ascend Flow Arts summer program so we can continue to teach what we love!





The Muzaholics
Mar 25 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

The Muzaholics band, with a plethora of musical tastes and styles ranging from Gospel, Jazz, Fusion, Hip Hop and Soul, show no limitation in creativity, sound and writing ability. Founded by drummer/producer Nathan Jacobs in 2006, the band extends the tri-state area including Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware. They consist of a group of skilled musicians and friends who decided to come together to form a unique sound in music. The ultimate mission of the band is to “Create a Lasting Sound that Touches the Mind, Body and Soul.

The band has performed at venues and events such as The World Café Live, WarmDaddy’s, the 76ers’ Pregame show, Chester Riverfront Ramble, Lincoln University and Omega Psi Phi fraternity to name a few.

They have also opened for acts such as Kierra “KeKe” Sheard, KeKe Ross, Donald McClurkin, Pastor George Bell and H. Wade Johnson.

In 2011, they released their first single, a smooth jazz/neo-soul remake of De’Angelo’s 1996 hit, “Lady.” The song, which features well known saxophonist Skip Pruitt and recording artist Jeff Murrell, showcases the band’s versatilestyle and love for various forms of music.

After taking many professional engagements and performing live shows, The Muzaholics have released a new inspirational single entitled, “You Are the Son,” featuring soloist Trina Miller. The song speaks to their love of God and highlights their roots and foundation in gospel music.

As the band continues to promote their new single and perform, they are planning to release their highly anticipated EP in the Spring of 2017.





Mar
27
Mon
DJ SHOCK’S BLACK OUT GLOW PARTY – Sponsored by CIROC
Mar 27 @ 1:00 am – 5:00 am

Mondays at Thurstons Pub Delaware

DJ SHOCK’S BLACK OUT GLOW PARTY!!!

**** SPONSORED BY CIROC VODKA ****

THE HOTTEST BLACK LIGHT GLOW PARTY IN DELAWARE HAPPENING OTHER MONDAY NIGHT!!!!

COME OUT DRESSED IN YOUR WHITES AND NEONS, ANYTHING THAT GLOWS!!! WITH 8 – 4′ FT BLACK LIGHTS ALL THROUGHOUT THE BAR, DANCE LIGHTING AND HIGH OUTPUT UV LIGHTS ON THE DANCE FLOOR YOU ARE SURE TO GLOW!!! DON’T FORGET YOUR GLOW GEAR SUCH AS YOUR GLOW STICKS SOME MAY BE PROVIDED DEPENDING ON AVAILABILITY.

****** NO COVER / STATE ISSUED PHOTO ID REQUIRED / MUST BE 21+ TO ENTER *********

THURSTONS PUB 32 FOX HUNT DRIVE  BEAR, DE 19701

LIGHTS GO OUT AT 9PM WHEN THE BEAT DROPS!

DJ SHOCK SPINNING THE BEST HOUSE, DANCE, TOP 40 REMIX, HIP-HOP, AND EDM MUSIC!

  • $12 DOMESTIC BUCKETS
  • $5 CIROC SHOTS & DRINKS
  • $5 BOMBS
  • $6 CHEESE STEAKS
  • LONG ISLAND MONDAY SPECIALS AND
  • CANDY SHOT BAR…

COME CHECK OUT WHY THURSTONS IS THE #1 DANCE PARTY SPOT ON MONDAY NIGHTS!!!





Salsa Night at Klondike Kate’s
Mar 27 @ 9:00 pm – 11:45 pm

Salsa at Kate's Flyer

Salseras and Salseros, Klondike Kate’s in Newark, Delaware is the place to be every Monday!

We’re starting at 9PM with a 30 minute intro level dance lesson taught by UD Ballroom Team member Daniel Collins.  Following the lesson will be open dancing to only the best, freshest, and most authentic Latin dance music.  We play about 70% salsa, and 30% bachata, merengue, and cha cha, and the music selection changes every week so it never gets old. It’s guaranteed to get you moving!  All levels are welcome, from brand new to professional dancers, and the culture is very welcoming to anyone and everyone!

Cover is $5 all night, and Kate’s offers great deals on food and drink, plus parking validation.

For more information, please “Like” our UD Ballroom Team Presents Salsa Night facebook page at www.facebook.com/udsalsa

See you Monday at Klondike Kate’s!





Mar
29
Wed
Oddball Bingo
Mar 29 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Oddball Bingo

Oddball Bingo happens every Wednesday at Oddity Bar.

It’s FREE to PLAY!  Sexy and wild prizes await you.

This is not your grandmother’s BINGO!

8 p.m.  21+ Bingo!

bingo-odditybar_wilmingtonbingoballs-odditybar_wilmington

 

 





Mar
31
Fri
Charter School of Wilmington presents THE NERDS
Mar 31 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

The Charter School of Wilmington’s Parent Association is throwing Charter a 20th Birthday party! The Nerds, New Jersey’s favorite cover band, help the school celebrate twenty years of Nerds! The band plays a variety of R&B, Blues, Funk, Classic Rock, New Wave and Pop and is known for great music, horn rimmed glasses, ugly plaid shirts and a good time.





James McMurtry
Mar 31 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

James McMurtry’s extensive “Back At It” summer tour kicks off during St. Louis’ Twangfest (June 8) and zigzags across North America before wrapping up in Maryville, Tenn. (July 23). Major markets include Denver, Reno, Salt Lake City as well as Midwest and East Coast stops in Indianapolis, Kansas City and Pittsburgh. “June could be hot in Austin what with the unexpected acceleration in climate change,” McMurtry says. “Time to tour, I say. Back before Napster and Spotify, we toured to promote record sales. Now we make records to promote tour dates.”

Clearly, the sea change has only inspired the singular songwriter. Witness Complicated Game. McMurtry’s first album in six years has garnered universal acclaim. “At a stage where most veteran musicians fall into a groove or rut, McMurtry continues to surprise,” Texas Music magazine recently noted. “[Complicated Game] is a collection of narratives as sharply observed as any from McMurtry, but with a contemplative depth that comes with maturity.”

Indeed, McMurtry’s latest collection spotlights a craftsman in absolutely peak form as he turns from the political toward the personal (“These Things I’ve Come to Know,” “You Got to Me”). “The lyrical theme is mostly about relationships,” the longtime Austin resident says. “It’s also a little about the big old world verses the poor little farmer or fisherman.” Either way, McMurtry spins his stories with a poet’s pen (“Long Island Sound”) and a painter’s precision (“She Loves Me”) throughout.

Folks notice Complicated Game delivering McMurtry’s trademark story songs time and again (“Copper Canteen,” “Deaver’s Crossing”). “[McMurtry] takes listeners on a road trip of unprecedented geographic and emotional scope,” No Depression raves. “Lyrically, the album is wise and adventurous, with McMurtry – who’s not prone to autobiographical tales – credibly inhabiting characters from all walks of life.” “Fuses wry, literate observations about the world with the snarl of barroom rock,” National Public Radio (NPR) echoes. “The result is at times sardonic, subversive and funny, but often vulnerable and always poignant.”

Longtime fans know McMurtry’s vibrant vignettes have turned heads for a quarter century now. “James McMurtry is one of my very few favorite songwriters on Earth and these days he’s working at the top of his game,” says Americana all-star Jason Isbell. “He has that rare gift of being able to make a listener laugh out loud at one line and choke up at the next. I don’t think anybody writes better lyrics.” (Yes. Spin “South Dakota.” You’ll hear.) “They took their time with this one,” Texas Music magazine notes, “and it was well worth it. He’s always been wise beyond his age, but middle age suits him well.”

Evidence: McMurtry’s Just Us Kids (2008) and Childish Things (2005). The former earned his highest Billboard 200 chart position in nearly two decades and notched three Americana Music Award nominations (including Artist of the Year). Meanwhile, Childish Things scored endless critical praise and spent six full weeks topping the Americana Music Radio chart in 2005 and 2006. In 2006, Childish Things won the Americana Music Association’s Album of the Year and “We Can’t Make It Here” was named the rapidly rising organization’s Song of the Year.

Of course, Complicated Game doubles down on literate storytelling longtime enthusiasts expect. Recall high watermarks past: “Childish Things,” “Choctaw Bingo,” “Peter Pan,” “Levelland,” and “Out Here in the Middle” only begin the list. (Yes, Robert Earl Keen covered those last two, “Levelland” remaining a live staple.) Just Us Kids alone includes fan favorites “Hurricane Party,” “Ruby and Carlos” and “You’d a Thought.” “Fireline Road” delivers equal measures depth and breadth and pierces hearts with sharp sociopolitical commentary.

McMurtry’s critically lauded first album Too Long in the Wasteland (1989) was produced by John Mellencamp and marked the beginning of a series of acclaimed projects for Columbia and Sugar Hill Records. In 1996, McMurtry received a Grammy nomination for Long Form Music Video for Where’d You Hide the Body. Additionally, It Had to Happen (1997) received the American Indie Award for Best Americana Album.

In 2004, McMurtry released the universally lauded Live in Aught-Three on Compadre Records. Next, the critically acclaimed Childish Things spent six weeks at No. 1 on the Americana Music Radio Chart in 2005 and 2006, winning the Americana Music Award for Album of the Year while the cut “We Can’t Make It Here” won Song of the Year. McMurtry received more AMA nominations for 2008’s Just Us Kids. That album marked his highest Billboard 200 chart position in more than nearly two decades.

In 2009, Live in Europe was released, capturing the McMurtry band’s first European tour and extraordinary live set. Along with seasoned band members Ronnie Johnson, Daren Hess, and Tim Holt, the disc features special guests Ian McLagan (The Faces) and Jon Dee Graham (True Believers, Skunks). Also, for the first time ever, video of the band’s live performance is available on the included DVD.

The poignant lyrics of McMurtry’s immense catalog still ring true today. In 2011, “We Can’t Make It Here” was cited among The Nation’s “Best Protest Songs Ever.” Bob Lefsetz wrote that it “has stood the test of time because of its unmitigated truth.”

McMurtry tours year round and consistently throws down unparalleled powerhouse performances. The Washington Post notes, “Much attention is paid to James McMurtry’s lyrics and rightfully so: He creates a novel’s worth of emotion and experience in four minutes of blisteringly stark couplets. What gets overlooked, however, is that he’s an accomplished rock guitar player … serious stuff, imparted by a singularly serious band.”





Apr
1
Sat
April Fools with “Rocky Horror” at Theatre N
Apr 1 @ 11:30 pm – Apr 2 @ 2:00 am

April Fools with “Rocky Horror” at Theatre N

 

By Richard Pethel

 

March 8, 2017 –  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

Wilmington, DE – Those who are familiar with “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” know that it isn’t about going to see the movie.  It’s about the experience of having fun, laughing, and making jokes with your friends.  The cast of Frankie’s Midnight Runners (FMR)  is going to make the show even more fun with their special “April Fool” presentation of the film that has been modified to catch the audience off guard.

At 11:30pm on April 1st of 2017, in cooperation with Theatre N, Frankie’s Midnight Runners will be hosting a once-a-year “Fool’s” show that will be enjoyable to first-time and long-time fans of this classic movie.  Veteran audience members can still expect the traditional participation and interactive props while newcomers can enjoy an evening of laughter and unexpected surprises.

Although the movie is not as shocking by today’s standards as it was when first released in 1975, it does contain mature themes and tongue-in-cheek jokes. Those attending should be 17+ or accompanied by a guardian.  Anyone intending to purchase beer or wine must be 21+ and show a valid ID.

Tickets are only $9.00 and may be purchased at the door, starting at 11pm, or in advance on the theatre’s website, theatren.com (scroll down to “Special Screenings”)

‘Frankie’s Midnight Runners’ is Delaware’s newest shadow cast consisting of veteran thespians who volunteer to keep the classic midnight show alive. With the movie playing on the big screen, members of the cast act-out the show simultaneously while audience members shout jokes and throw props of rice, toast, and toilet paper into the air at coordinated times.

Theater N is a 221-seat theater in a renovated 14-story building. It is known for showing first-run indie & foreign films. It is located on the 2nd floor of the Nemours Building at 1007 N. Orange St., Wilmington, DE 19801.  Parking can be found on 10th St.

Anyone interested in learning more about the show or joining the cast may send an email to [email protected], or visit their Facebook page,  www.facebook.com/frankiesrunners/

 





Apr
3
Mon
DJ SHOCK’S MONDAY FUNDAY DANCE PARTY
Apr 3 @ 8:00 pm – 11:45 pm

DJ SHOCK’S MONDAY FUNDAY DANCE PARTY

DJ SHOCK SPINNING THE BEST TOP 40, EDM, CLASSIC ROCK, HIP-HOP, AND OLD SKOOL MUSIC

THURSTON’S PUB – (FOX RUN, BEAR, DE)

32 FOX HUNT DRIVE

BEAR, DE 19701

YOUR FAVORITE BARTENDERS CHUCK & BIANCA SERVING UP YOUR FAVORITE FOOD AND DRINK SPECIALS!!!

NO COVER!!!!  *** MUST BE 21+ TO ENTER

$12 DOMESTIC BUCKETS

$5 BOMBS

$6 CHEESE STEAKS

LONG ISLAND SPECIALS





Salsa Night at Klondike Kate’s
Apr 3 @ 9:00 pm – 11:45 pm

Salsa at Kate's Flyer

Salseras and Salseros, Klondike Kate’s in Newark, Delaware is the place to be every Monday!

We’re starting at 9PM with a 30 minute intro level dance lesson taught by UD Ballroom Team member Daniel Collins.  Following the lesson will be open dancing to only the best, freshest, and most authentic Latin dance music.  We play about 70% salsa, and 30% bachata, merengue, and cha cha, and the music selection changes every week so it never gets old. It’s guaranteed to get you moving!  All levels are welcome, from brand new to professional dancers, and the culture is very welcoming to anyone and everyone!

Cover is $5 all night, and Kate’s offers great deals on food and drink, plus parking validation.

For more information, please “Like” our UD Ballroom Team Presents Salsa Night facebook page at www.facebook.com/udsalsa

See you Monday at Klondike Kate’s!





Apr
5
Wed
Oddball Bingo
Apr 5 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Oddball Bingo

Oddball Bingo happens every Wednesday at Oddity Bar.

It’s FREE to PLAY!  Sexy and wild prizes await you.

This is not your grandmother’s BINGO!

8 p.m.  21+ Bingo!

bingo-odditybar_wilmingtonbingoballs-odditybar_wilmington

 

 





Apr
10
Mon
DJ SHOCK’S BLACK OUT GLOW PARTY – Sponsored by CIROC
Apr 10 @ 1:00 am – 5:00 am

Mondays at Thurstons Pub Delaware

DJ SHOCK’S BLACK OUT GLOW PARTY!!!

**** SPONSORED BY CIROC VODKA ****

THE HOTTEST BLACK LIGHT GLOW PARTY IN DELAWARE HAPPENING OTHER MONDAY NIGHT!!!!

COME OUT DRESSED IN YOUR WHITES AND NEONS, ANYTHING THAT GLOWS!!! WITH 8 – 4′ FT BLACK LIGHTS ALL THROUGHOUT THE BAR, DANCE LIGHTING AND HIGH OUTPUT UV LIGHTS ON THE DANCE FLOOR YOU ARE SURE TO GLOW!!! DON’T FORGET YOUR GLOW GEAR SUCH AS YOUR GLOW STICKS SOME MAY BE PROVIDED DEPENDING ON AVAILABILITY.

****** NO COVER / STATE ISSUED PHOTO ID REQUIRED / MUST BE 21+ TO ENTER *********

THURSTONS PUB 32 FOX HUNT DRIVE  BEAR, DE 19701

LIGHTS GO OUT AT 9PM WHEN THE BEAT DROPS!

DJ SHOCK SPINNING THE BEST HOUSE, DANCE, TOP 40 REMIX, HIP-HOP, AND EDM MUSIC!

  • $12 DOMESTIC BUCKETS
  • $5 CIROC SHOTS & DRINKS
  • $5 BOMBS
  • $6 CHEESE STEAKS
  • LONG ISLAND MONDAY SPECIALS AND
  • CANDY SHOT BAR…

COME CHECK OUT WHY THURSTONS IS THE #1 DANCE PARTY SPOT ON MONDAY NIGHTS!!!





Salsa Night at Klondike Kate’s
Apr 10 @ 9:00 pm – 11:45 pm

Salsa at Kate's Flyer

Salseras and Salseros, Klondike Kate’s in Newark, Delaware is the place to be every Monday!

We’re starting at 9PM with a 30 minute intro level dance lesson taught by UD Ballroom Team member Daniel Collins.  Following the lesson will be open dancing to only the best, freshest, and most authentic Latin dance music.  We play about 70% salsa, and 30% bachata, merengue, and cha cha, and the music selection changes every week so it never gets old. It’s guaranteed to get you moving!  All levels are welcome, from brand new to professional dancers, and the culture is very welcoming to anyone and everyone!

Cover is $5 all night, and Kate’s offers great deals on food and drink, plus parking validation.

For more information, please “Like” our UD Ballroom Team Presents Salsa Night facebook page at www.facebook.com/udsalsa

See you Monday at Klondike Kate’s!





Apr
12
Wed
Oddball Bingo
Apr 12 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Oddball Bingo

Oddball Bingo happens every Wednesday at Oddity Bar.

It’s FREE to PLAY!  Sexy and wild prizes await you.

This is not your grandmother’s BINGO!

8 p.m.  21+ Bingo!

bingo-odditybar_wilmingtonbingoballs-odditybar_wilmington

 

 





Apr
17
Mon
DJ SHOCK’S MONDAY FUNDAY DANCE PARTY
Apr 17 @ 8:00 pm – 11:45 pm

DJ SHOCK’S MONDAY FUNDAY DANCE PARTY

DJ SHOCK SPINNING THE BEST TOP 40, EDM, CLASSIC ROCK, HIP-HOP, AND OLD SKOOL MUSIC

THURSTON’S PUB – (FOX RUN, BEAR, DE)

32 FOX HUNT DRIVE

BEAR, DE 19701

YOUR FAVORITE BARTENDERS CHUCK & BIANCA SERVING UP YOUR FAVORITE FOOD AND DRINK SPECIALS!!!

NO COVER!!!!  *** MUST BE 21+ TO ENTER

$12 DOMESTIC BUCKETS

$5 BOMBS

$6 CHEESE STEAKS

LONG ISLAND SPECIALS





Salsa Night at Klondike Kate’s
Apr 17 @ 9:00 pm – 11:45 pm

Salsa at Kate's Flyer

Salseras and Salseros, Klondike Kate’s in Newark, Delaware is the place to be every Monday!

We’re starting at 9PM with a 30 minute intro level dance lesson taught by UD Ballroom Team member Daniel Collins.  Following the lesson will be open dancing to only the best, freshest, and most authentic Latin dance music.  We play about 70% salsa, and 30% bachata, merengue, and cha cha, and the music selection changes every week so it never gets old. It’s guaranteed to get you moving!  All levels are welcome, from brand new to professional dancers, and the culture is very welcoming to anyone and everyone!

Cover is $5 all night, and Kate’s offers great deals on food and drink, plus parking validation.

For more information, please “Like” our UD Ballroom Team Presents Salsa Night facebook page at www.facebook.com/udsalsa

See you Monday at Klondike Kate’s!





Apr
19
Wed
Oddball Bingo
Apr 19 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Oddball Bingo

Oddball Bingo happens every Wednesday at Oddity Bar.

It’s FREE to PLAY!  Sexy and wild prizes await you.

This is not your grandmother’s BINGO!

8 p.m.  21+ Bingo!

bingo-odditybar_wilmingtonbingoballs-odditybar_wilmington

 

 





Apr
24
Mon
DJ SHOCK’S BLACK OUT GLOW PARTY – Sponsored by CIROC
Apr 24 @ 1:00 am – 5:00 am

Mondays at Thurstons Pub Delaware

DJ SHOCK’S BLACK OUT GLOW PARTY!!!

**** SPONSORED BY CIROC VODKA ****

THE HOTTEST BLACK LIGHT GLOW PARTY IN DELAWARE HAPPENING OTHER MONDAY NIGHT!!!!

COME OUT DRESSED IN YOUR WHITES AND NEONS, ANYTHING THAT GLOWS!!! WITH 8 – 4′ FT BLACK LIGHTS ALL THROUGHOUT THE BAR, DANCE LIGHTING AND HIGH OUTPUT UV LIGHTS ON THE DANCE FLOOR YOU ARE SURE TO GLOW!!! DON’T FORGET YOUR GLOW GEAR SUCH AS YOUR GLOW STICKS SOME MAY BE PROVIDED DEPENDING ON AVAILABILITY.

****** NO COVER / STATE ISSUED PHOTO ID REQUIRED / MUST BE 21+ TO ENTER *********

THURSTONS PUB 32 FOX HUNT DRIVE  BEAR, DE 19701

LIGHTS GO OUT AT 9PM WHEN THE BEAT DROPS!

DJ SHOCK SPINNING THE BEST HOUSE, DANCE, TOP 40 REMIX, HIP-HOP, AND EDM MUSIC!

  • $12 DOMESTIC BUCKETS
  • $5 CIROC SHOTS & DRINKS
  • $5 BOMBS
  • $6 CHEESE STEAKS
  • LONG ISLAND MONDAY SPECIALS AND
  • CANDY SHOT BAR…

COME CHECK OUT WHY THURSTONS IS THE #1 DANCE PARTY SPOT ON MONDAY NIGHTS!!!





Salsa Night at Klondike Kate’s
Apr 24 @ 9:00 pm – 11:45 pm

Salsa at Kate's Flyer

Salseras and Salseros, Klondike Kate’s in Newark, Delaware is the place to be every Monday!

We’re starting at 9PM with a 30 minute intro level dance lesson taught by UD Ballroom Team member Daniel Collins.  Following the lesson will be open dancing to only the best, freshest, and most authentic Latin dance music.  We play about 70% salsa, and 30% bachata, merengue, and cha cha, and the music selection changes every week so it never gets old. It’s guaranteed to get you moving!  All levels are welcome, from brand new to professional dancers, and the culture is very welcoming to anyone and everyone!

Cover is $5 all night, and Kate’s offers great deals on food and drink, plus parking validation.

For more information, please “Like” our UD Ballroom Team Presents Salsa Night facebook page at www.facebook.com/udsalsa

See you Monday at Klondike Kate’s!