May means longer days and warmer weather, it’s the perfect time to get outside and explore all Wilmington has to offer!
Downtown Farmers Market
Rodney Square | Wednesdays | 10AM-2PM
The 2022 season of the Downtown Wilmington Farmers Market at Rodney Square will operate every Wednesday, rain or shine, from May 4th through October 26th. The Market offers the freshest local produce, plants, herbs, flowers, crafts and prepared food. Click here for more information.
Wilmington Grand Prix
Various Locations| May 13-15
The Wilmington Grand Prix, one of the premier criterium-style bike races in the U.S., is back!
Enjoy a weekend filled with cycling, family fun, live music, and more! More Information
Ace Frehley of KISS
The Queen | May 14 | 8PM
Classic rock hits from the original KISS guitarist and R&R Hall of Fame inductee.
The success of Ace Frehley’s solo career, as both a recording artist and performer, has easily outpaced his former KISS band mates. Purchase Tickets
Ladybug Music Festival
Market Street | May 20| 5-10PM
Ladybug Music Festival returns to Downtown Wilmington for live and in-person concerts!
Started in 2012 by Gable Music Ventures, the Ladybug Music Festival has grown into one of the country’s only music festivals to feature all female artists. This year’s festival returns to the streets of Wilmington’s LOMA district and feature dozens of local and independent female musicians or female-led bands for a day of live performances. More Information
City Restaurant Week
Various Locations | May 23 – 28
Each spring restaurateurs team up to present City Restaurant Week!
With Wilmington’s finest restaurants to select from, offering everything from Asian to French to Italian, you get to sample the creative cuisine of these fine dining spots with $15 for lunch and $35 for dinner (plus gratuity). More Information
Twelfth Night, O Los Que Quieras
Rodney Square | May 28 | 7-10PM
Enjoy a FREE outdoors celebration of music and love! Delaware Shakespeare returns to Downtown Wilmington with a sneak peek of the incredible songs from their world premiere musical – which reimagines Shakespeare’s romantic comedy as a story about the Latinx immigrant experience.
Admission is free. Performance in Spanish. More Information