Levitt Pavilion Arlington Free Concert Lineup: July 2-3, 2021
By Office of Communication
Posted on July 01, 2021, July 01, 2021

Infinite Journey

The Levitt Pavilion in Downtown Arlington will celebrate the Fourth of July with a quartet of free outdoor concerts featuring Texas dance hall darlings Mike & the Moonpies and a world famous Journey tribute band. Coolers welcome, blankets and lawn chairs encouraged. Concert times will start at 7:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. for opening acts and headliners, respectively.

Friday, July 2
Mike & The Moonpies with Opening Act Joey Green

Headliner: In the years since Mike and the Moonpies became established as Austin’s premiere dance hall band, they’ve expanded their musical footprint far beyond the Lone Star State, trading the “two-steppin’ twang” of the early years in favor of a sound both fresh and familiar. The band’s current album, the London Symphony Orchestra-backed “Cheap Silver and Solid Country Gold,” offers songs that “diversify the band’s honky-tonk roots by adding lush strings, cinematic arrangements and collaborative songwriting to the mix.”

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

Saturday, July 3
Infinite Journey with Opening Act 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 soaring vocals that make Journey so iconic. Infinite Journey is often noted as one of the best tribute bands in the business, which is probably why they’ve opened for acts like Night Ranger, Loverboy, Starship, Kool & the Gang, KC and the Sunshine Band, and Sister Sledge.

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

About the 2021 Season
The Levitt Pavilion Arlington’s free concert series runs May 7-July 18, then resumes Sept. 3-Oct. 10—on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. The Levitt Pavilion is located in Founders Plaza at 100 W. Abram St. in the heart of downtown Arlington, Texas. You can find free parking all around the Pavilion.

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