Levitt Pavilion

Weekend's Concerts Relocated!

Spoonfed Tribe, The Dirty River Boys and

The Quebe Sisters Band have been

relocated to South Street Patio 


The Levitt Pavilion's remaining concerts for the weekend (May 29-31) have moved to South Street Patio.


 400 E. South St.

(behind J. Gilligans on the corner of South and Mary streets)


Spoonfed Tribe -- Friday, May 29

The Dirty River Boys -- Saturday, May 30

The Quebe Sisters Band -- Sunday, May 31


All concerts are at 8 p.m.


 The concerts are still free, and children are welcome. You may still bring in your own food, water and soft drinks, but due to TABC regulations, you cannot bring your own alcohol onto the South Street Patio property, including the parking lots. Alcohol is sold at South Street Patio. Please be aware that space is limited. Some tables and chairs are available. You may use your lawn chairs to sit in either of the two outer patio areas

 and the parking lots, but not inside South Street.

Please leave your pets at home for these concerts -- South Street Patio sells food and is under health department regulations.


Our decision was made because of crazy weather and the need for our poor, soggy Levitt lawn to dry out.


We'll see you at South Street Patio for free music!

Thank you, Ryan Dodson and South Street Patio!


 The Levitt Pavilion for the Performing Arts

100 W. Abram St. in Founders Plaza


24-Hour Info Line: 817.543.4301




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