The Delaware Friends of Folk has recently released the lineup for its 2021–2022 Old State House Concert Series, a six-part set of free, live performances held at 7:30 p.m. on the second Friday of each month between October and March. All performances will be held in The Old State House, located at 25 The Green in Dover, Delaware. For additional information, call 302-744-5054.

Photo of a Old State House Concert Series performance in 2015
Performance during the 2015 Old State House Concert Series.

2021–2022 Old State House Concert Series lineup

Friday, Oct. 8
Bad Juju.
Rock, blues and soul

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Friday, Nov. 12
Sug Daniels.
Singer/songwriter combining elements of folk, R&B and low-fi alternatives

Photo of Sug Daniels

Friday, Dec. 10
Knotty G’s.
Soul-soaked mountain music

Photo of the Knotty G's

Friday, Jan. 14
Musically Generated Organism.
Americana music with influences spanning traditional folk and blues to pop and punk

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Friday, Feb. 11
Stone Jack Ballers.
Jam band

Photo of the Stone Jack Ballers

Friday, March 11
Christine Havrilla.
Singer/songwriter combining elements of roots, folk and Americana

Photo of Christine Havrilla

Presented annually since 2014, The Old State House Concert Series is a partnership between the Delaware Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs and the Delaware Friends of Folk, a Dover-based nonprofit that supports folk music and folk musicians on the Delmarva peninsula and throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. As part of the partnership, Friends of Folk identifies and books musicians to perform in the series, and the division provides the performance space. Additional support for the program is provided by the Delaware Division of the Arts and First State Heritage Park, and by a grant from the Kent County Fund for the Arts.