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14 things to do in the Wilmington area this weekend, including 2 music festivals

John Staton
Wilmington StarNews
The 26th annual Cape Fear Blues Festival at the Rusty Nail in Wilmington, June 10, 2023.

Usually, I do a rambling little intro to this roundup, but there's so much happening this week, let's get right to it.

For even more options, including concerts on weeknights, many free, check out听our big ol' list of outdoor summer concerts in the Wilmington area below.

Music and fresh air:Full list of outdoor summer concerts in the Wilmington area for 2024

ALL WEEKEND

Cape Fear Blues Festival

June 7-9 : The 27th annual Cape Fear Blues Festival returns to this Fifth Avenue juke joint. Seven acts will play on two stages over three days, with blues guitarist and Billboard-charting artist Bobby Messano headlining 7 p.m. Saturday. Also Saturday, it's Eddie Big Legs and The Wayfarers (2 p.m.), Tullie Brae (4 p.m.) and Big Al and The Heavyweights (9 p.m.). The Don Johnson Project kicks things off Friday with blues, Motown and more, and The Rhythm Bones听and Brett Johnson featuring Tarsha Murphy take the stage Sunday. 8 p.m. Friday, 2 p.m. Saturday, 3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday. Tickets are $10 Friday only, $15 Saturday night only, $40 all day Saturday. Sunday early show is free, $5 for later show.

Need a break?

'The House That Gordy Built'

From left, director Kevin Green and actors Adrienne DeBouse and Terrill Williams of Techmoja Dance and Theatre Co.'s "The House That Gordy Built."

June 8-9听: Wilmington's Techmoja Dance & Theatre Co. presents this original musical revue conceived and directed by Kevin Lee-Y Green. It features more than two dozen instantly recognizable hits from the famed Motown label founded by Berry Gordy.听7:30 p.m. June 8, 2 p.m. June 8-9. 910-632-2285.

Theater review:Motown revue at Thalian Hall features transportive moments despite sound issues

'Much Ado About Nothing'

Cape Fear Shakespeare stages the comedy "Much Ado About Nothing" weekends through June at Greenfield Lake Amphitheater.

June 8-28听: Cape Fear Shakespeare on the Green returns for its 31st summer season at Greenfield Lake. Wilmington theater standout Kendra Goehring directs "Much Ado About Nothing." The comedy is about the bickering Benedick and Beatrice, who find love roadblocked by their own strong-minded personalities, while the amour of Claudio and Hero is thwarted by a mix of malevolent meddling and the prejudices of society.听8 p.m. June 8-9, 14-16, 21-23 and 26-28. Free admission, donations accepted. Picnics welcome, with concessions available.

Julia Hladkowicz

June 7-8 : Veteran touring comic was a New Face at Montreal's esteemed Just For Laughs festival in 2015. She's been on all the shows and networks, and has some great, edgy material about the more annoying and even disturbing aspects of marriage, among other topics. 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. June 7-8, tickets are $18 and $28.

'Mama Won't Fly'

June 6-23 : Comedy from the writing team of Hope Jones Wooten about a Southern daughter who drives cross-country to attend her brother's wedding, her fear-of-flying mother in tow. Hijinks ensue. 7:30 p.m. June 6-8, 14-15 and 21-22, 3 p.m. June 9, 16 and 23. 910-447-2586 or .

Port City Music Festival

June 5-9, : 16th annual festival of classical music features world-class players performing work by such composers as Mozart, Bach, Hayden, Handel, Debussy, Mahler and more. All concerts are free, with donations accepted. For full schedule and lineup, go to .

FRIDAY

Blab School

June 7 at Satellite Bar & Lounge: Punk band with members based in Carolina Beach and the Triangle plays a release show for its scorching . Among other bangers, Blab School's song "Scroll" is a blistering indictment of the endless doomscroll: "There中出少妇视频檚 too much to look at/ All effort just falls flat/ Can中出少妇视频檛 seem to stop/ I中出少妇视频檓 clicking on buttons/ Just staring at nothing/ Return to the top ... Scroll down." With Wilmington punk icons Tercel, . 7 p.m. June 7, free.

Airlie Gardens Concert Series

June 7: Super-popular concert series kicks off this week with reSOUL playing dance tunes, some rock, and even country.听Parking is off-site at the Northeast Library, 1241 Military Cutoff Road, with free shuttle service to the concerts starting at 5 p.m. Chairs, blankets and听picnics are allowed, and guests can purchase food and beverages Front Street Brewery, Planet Smoothie and Noni Bacca. 6-8 p.m. June 7. Tickets are $10, $3 for ages 4-12, free for ages 3 and under.听910-798-7700.

Friday Night Live

The Breakfast Club plays in Wilmington June 7

June 7: Longtime '80s cover band The Breakfast Club headlines this outdoor concert series. 6 p.m. gates, 7 p.m. show, tickets are $10.

SATURDAY

'Peter Pan'

June 8: Wilmington Dance Theatre and the Wilmington Conservatory of Fine Arts present this take on the classic story by J.M. Barrie about the boy who never grows up. 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. June 7, tickets start at $15. 910-362-7999.

Mud Day

Max Avery lays down in some mud during the 16th annual Mud Day at the Children's Museum in downtown Wilmington in 2019.

June 8 : Annual celebration of making a mess invites your kids to come and literally play in the mud. They'll have a rinsing area, so bring swimsuits, a change of clothes and a towel. 9 a.m.-noon June 8, tickets are $15, $5 for members.

Mayfaire Music on the Town

June 8 : The Wilmington shopping center is bringing back听. This week's band is rock act Shotgun Taxi. Bring chairs and/or blankets. 6-8 p.m. June 8 on the lawn across from Fuel Fitness. Free, no pets.

SUNDAY

Dock Street Pride Fest

June 9, : Wilmington's biggest, baddest Pride party will take over Dock Street between Front and Second, with revelers able to bounce between The Husk and Duck & Dive bars. Features a stage with DJs and drag performances, with vendors, face and body painting, and lots of dancing. Noon event, 4 p.m. drag show, 1-4 p.m. vendors.

The Woggles

June 9 : After not having music last year while the pier was being repaired, this beloved Carolina Beach venue is bringing back tunes in a big way. Longtime Athens, Georgia, garage rockers The Woggles will play their first Wilmington-area show in many years with a revamped lineup and raucous new single, "Telling Me Lies." 7-9 p.m. June 9, free.