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Jul 14 @ 9:09 am
Free Live Music at the Levitt Pavilion

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

 

 

FRIDAY 7/16: SuenaTron (with Conjunto Prestigio)

Headliner: Over the last 10 years, Suenatron has carved out a solid niche for themselves on the pop/ Norteño scene. Their first single, “Sencillamente,” reached the Billboard Hot 100 chart; their second single, “Caramelo,” dominated radio stations across in the country with heavy airplay. They’ve also toured the U.S. and Mexico extensively, frequently sharing a stage with top-tier artists in a range of genres.

Opening Act: Founded by brothers Joaquin and Ricardo Rivera, Conjunto Prestigio is noted for delivering “hard-hitting and upbeat” Conjunto music at shows in and around the Lone Star State.

SATURDAY 7/17: Dale Watson (with Summer Dean)

Headliner: Dubbed “the silver pompadoured, baritone beltin’, Lone Star beer drinkin’, honky-tonk hellraiser” by The Austin Chronicle, Dale Watson is a “country music maverick and a true outlaw who stands alongside Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, and George Strait as one of the finest country singers and songwriters from the Lone Star State.”

Opening Act: Soulful Summer Dean has shared a stage with many of country music’s brightest stars, including legends like Marty Stuart and Asleep at the Wheel, as well as like-minded young guns like Colter Wall and Mike and the Moonpies. She’s currently on the road in support of her new album, “Bad Romantic.”

SUNDAY 7/18: Carson Jeffrey (with Jason Herrin)

Headliner: Carson Jeffrey connects to the world with raw emotion and a true-to-roots style of classic Texas country music. His 2019 single, “Ranch Girl Dream,” quickly earned over 2.5 million streams; a follow-up album, “Heart of This Man,” premiered a year later to display hard-hitting lyrics and rapid musical growth.

Opening Act: Previous projects have earned Waxahachie-based Jason Herrin a Top 40 spot on the Texas music charts as well a nomination for Songwriter of the Year. His band offers a blend of southern rock, country, and folk that’s perfect for just about any live venue.

 

 

All shows begin with an opening act at 7:30 pm (unless otherwise noted); headliners go on at 8:30 pm. Well-behaved pets on leashes are welcome, but please consider concert volume with respect 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 dining.