The Levitt Pavilion’s summer season comes to a sizzling close this holiday weekend with four days of free concerts featuring artists in seven music genres, with the last day set against the backdrop of the Light Up Arlington Independence Day celebration and fireworks show. The pavilion is at 100 W. Abram St. in Arlington.
Friday, June 30:
8:30 p.m. Radney Foster — Texas Americana
7:30 p.m. Opening Artist: Goldpine — Country
Saturday, July 1:
8:30 p.m. Selena Forever — Selena tribute band
7 p.m. Opening Artist: Grupo Pression — Conjunto/Tejano
Sunday, July 2:
8:30 p.m. Bob Schneider — Americana/Rock
7:30 p.m. Opening Artist: Luke Gibson — Pop/R&B
Monday, July 3:
8:30 p.m. Brad Thompson — Rock
7 p.m. Opening Artist: Mitchell Ferguson — Blues/Rock
On July 3, Levitt guests are encouraged to arrive as early as possible (the lawn will be available all day) in order to grab a seat and enjoy all the activities and food truck vendors available at the Light Up Arlington celebration, happening at downtown Arlington and City of Arlington venues all around the Levitt. A fireworks show will begin at approximately 9:50 p.m. July 3.
Tips for Levitt guests this weekend:
* Lawn chairs and blankets are encouraged.
* Arrive early.
* Coolers and picnic baskets are welcome, but leave the glass containers at home. Delicious paid concessions are available on site.
* Drink plenty of water and wear comfortable shoes.
Free parking is widely available around downtown Arlington and at City of Arlington buildings. Private parking lots are abundant, too, so pay attention, if you park in one of them you’ll likely find your vehicle towed when it’s time to leave.
The Levitt 2023 season resumes Labor Day weekend when country singer-songwriter and reality TV star Coffey Anderson takes the stage for a free concert Sept. 1. Sign up for updates about more free fall concerts and Levitt special events at levittpavilionarlington.org
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