Free live music at the Levitt Pavilion



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Summer continues to sizzle with free concerts at the Levitt Pavilion Arlington! Coming this weekend:

FRIDAY 7/2: Mike & The Moonpies (with Joey Green)

Headliner: Since Mike and the Moonpies became Austin’s premier dance hall group, they’ve extended their musical footprint far beyond the lonely state of the star, swapping the ‘twang a stone’s throw away. From the early years in favor of a sound that is both fresh and familiar. The group’s current album, “Cheap Silver and Solid Country Gold”, backed by the London Symphony Orchestra, features songs that “diversify the band’s honky-tonk roots by adding lush strings, cinematic arrangements and collaborative writing to the band. mix “.

Opening act: NBC The Voice alumnus from Texas, Joey Green has become well known for his rock ‘n’ roll to soul country rollercoaster ride of a live show. He is currently celebrating 20 years in the music business with a Texas Regional Radio Chart hit, “Old Timers,” and a new album slated for release this fall.

SATURDAY 7/3: Infinite Journey (with Tom Sless)

Headliner: The ’80s called, and they want you to come to the Levitt this Saturday! Join Dallas-based Infinite Journey for a musically immersive, high-energy experience featuring the sound and rising voice that make Journey so iconic. Infinite Journey is often considered one of the best tribute bands in the business, which is probably why they opened for bands like Night Ranger, Loverboy, Starship, Kool & the Gang, KC and the Sunshine Band, and Sister Sledge.

Opening act: With “relentless creativity and a passion for song,” country rocker Tom Sless creates music that “evokes his disappointments, his hopes, his joys and his loves”, delivered with an ambiance reminiscent of Luke Combs, Sturgill Simpson and Donovan Woods.

All shows begin with a first act at 7:30 p.m. (unless otherwise specified); the headliners continue at 8:30 p.m. Well behaved pets on a leash are welcome, but please consider the volume of the concert in relation to your pet’s sensitive ears. Follow the Levitt on social media or visit the Levitt website for weather updates, FAQs and tips for nearby restaurants.



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