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Levitt Pavilion Dayton Opens Tomorrow

Levitt Pavilion Dayton Opens Tomorrow
8/8/2018

Levitt Pavilion, the new state-of-the-art music venue at Dave Hall Plaza in downtown Dayton, opens tomorrow night. Here's what you need to know.

Levitt Pavilion Dayton Opens Tomorrow

Levitt Pavilion Dayton Opening Weekend

The inaugural season of free music under the stars at the new Levitt Pavilion begins tomorrow, Thursday, August 9, 2018!  The at the outdoor amphitheater will have 34 scheduled concerts between tomorrow and early October, and plan to have at least 50 free concerts next year.

Opening weekend kicks off with Latin pop songstress, as Gina Chavez takes the stage, followed on Friday (8/10) with the Eichelberger Jazz Series featuring Paul Brown and Chris Standring. Saturday (8/11), Levitt National Tour presents acclaimed Southern raconteur Paul Thorn alongside multi-GRAMMY-winning gospel legends Blind Boys of Alabama for an electrifying collaboration fusing gospel, blues and rock! Opening weekend wraps up on Sunday (8/12) with family favorites Trout Fishing in America, as part of the PNC family series.

Here's what you need to know:

  • All concerts are FREE, no tickets are required
  • The venue is family-friendly, and dog-friendly
  • Blankets, lawn chairs, picnics and coolers are encouraged (no glass containers on the lawn, please)
  • Food trucks / beverage vendors will be available onsite
  • Parking is available on surrounding streets, which is free after 6pm
  • Additional parking is available at the Oregon District Garage (formerly the Transportation Garage, 101 E. Fifth St.) for $1 after 6pm.

More information, including the full line-up  of 34 FREE concerts this summer: Levitt Pavilion Dayton

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    Building community through music, one free concert at a time, Levitt Pavilion is located on Dave Hall Plaza on South Main between Fourth and Fifth Streets in downtown Dayton.
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