Whether you love music or are looking for some family fun, the Levitt Pavilion has you covered. For over a decade, the Levitt Pavilion has brought members of the community together to enjoy free live concerts. Each year, the Levitt Pavilion attracts an average of 100,000 people to Downtown Arlington. During this unprecedented time, the Levitt Pavilion has found a way to bring quality entertainment directly to our homes.
This past week, the Levitt Pavilion launched the first-ever Levitt Living Room Series. The concert series kicked off with thousands of people tuning in on the Levitt Pavilion’s Facebook and Instagram to watch Brad Thompson. His performance was dedicated to Tarrant Area Food Bank. This local nonprofit is helping those impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, and the Levitt Pavilion raised awareness and funds to support them.
Now more than ever, it is important to bring people together and help one another. The Levitt Pavilion is not only giving back through fundraising, but they are using music to make a difference. Music has the power to lift our spirits and connect us, and Brad Thompson’s performance received an overwhelming amount of support and excitement. “We’re happy to support artists who are losing work right now while also continuing to do what we do — free music that everyone can enjoy,” said Levitt Pavilion Executive Director Letatia Teykl. “We are so pleased to still be building community through free music, just in a different way.”
Make sure to tune in for the next installment of the Levitt Living Room Series on Tuesday, May 5 at 7:00 pm. CLICK HERE to view more upcoming performances. If you would like to help the Levitt Pavilion continue to lift our spirits with the power of music, CLICK HERE. To Watch the past concert with Brad Thompson, CLICK HERE or view the video below.