Seinfeld, Bacon Brothers, Hubbard coming to Freeman Arts Pavilion

Air Supply, SOJA and Old Crow Medicine Show also announced


SELBYVILLE — Comedy and TV legend Jerry Seinfeld leads the latest acts heading to the Freeman Arts Pavilion this summer.

Mr. Seinfeld, star of his self-named TV show from 1989-98, will perform in Selbyville on July 25.

He also has a Netflix film coming out this week — “Unfrosted,” about the history of Pop-Tarts. He stars in the movie and wrote and directed it, as well.

Tickets for the Selbyville show, starting at $119, go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. at

Other acts announced Monday include The Bacon Brothers, with actor Kevin Bacon and his brother, Michael Bacon, on July 21; Tyler Hubbard on July 28; and Air Supply on Aug. 6.

All three are no strangers to the area. The Bacon Brothers have made frequent trips to Bottle & Cork in Dewey Beach. Tyler Hubbard, one-half of the former country duo Florida Georgia Line, appeared at the 2023 Delaware State Fair in Harrington. And Air Supply played Dover’s Rollins Center in 2016.

Freeman’s summer lineup doesn’t stop there, as the venue reported several other concerts Monday: The Super 70s Concert Experience, featuring Super Trans AM, on June 28; The Disco Biscuits on July 11; VOYAGE: Celebrating the Music of Journey on Aug. 2; SOJA on Aug. 4; Dark Star Orchestra on Aug. 17; Old Crow Medicine Show on Aug. 18; and The Broken Hearts: A Tribute to Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers on Aug. 23.

Tickets for Disco Biscuits, Air Supply and Mr. Hubbard will go on sale Friday at noon, with the rest of the shows, aside from Mr. Seinfeld, available Thursday at 10 a.m. on the website.

Officials say more announcements are on the way.

The outdoor venue — a program of the Joshua M. Freeman Foundation, a fundraising arts nonprofit — will present its 17th season with a mix of dance, theater, children’s performances and live music.

Tickets are still available for shows featuring Patti LaBelle and Gladys Knight on June 6; Michael Franti & Spearhead on June 26; Lee Brice on July 6; UB40 on July 7; Christopher Cross and Justin Hayward on July 10; Fitz and the Tantrums on July 14; Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue on July 15; Joe Bonamassa on July 17; Leslie Odom Jr. on July 19; REO Speedwagon on July 29; Grace Potter on Aug. 7; Alabama on Aug. 8; Gin Blossoms and Toad the Wet Sprocket with special guest Vertical Horizon on Aug. 22; and Little Feat on Aug. 30.

For information about these and other shows, visit

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