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After escaping from another harsh and long winter, Delaware returns to life. Colorful spring blooms and warm, sunny weather set the stage for a variety of events, festivals, and activities, inviting visitors to experience the charm of the Diamond State.
Wilmington shows off its eclectic culinary culture, April 21st through 25th, as the 2015 Wilmington City Restaurant Week takes over the town. 19 Wilmington restaurants offer prix-fixe menus for the whole week. Try everything from Chilean to Italian food.
Thirsty visitors can follow the Delaware Wine and Ale Trail. A collection of thirteen of the states finest wineries and breweries, the trail features stops like Fordham and Dominion Brewing Co. in Dover, Nassau Valley Vineyards in Lewes, and Dogfish Head Brewings and Eats in Rehoboth Beach, just north of Dewey Beach.
Before hitting the trail, download a special passport and collect codes at each stop. Get eight codes and send your passport to the Delaware Tourism Office to receive a limited edition Delaware Wine and Ale trail wine glass or mug.
May 1st through 3rd, the 2015 Dover Days Festival invites visitors to join residents in celebrating Delaware’s Colonial past. Events include historical reenactments, tours through iconic landmarks, merchants and vendors, car shows, and kids’ fun like a stunt bicycle show, carnival rides, and more.
Summer fills the air with the sound of music. The 2015 Firefly Music Festival is set to draw big crowds to the Woodlands in Dover, June 18th through 21st, with headlining acts like Kings of Leon, the Killers, and Snoop Dogg. Then, June 26th through 28th, the 2015 Big Barrel Country Music Festival brings more than 40 chart-toping acts to the Dover International Speedway in Dover.
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