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Four bands take the stage this weekend at Levitt Pavilion

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Date: Thursday-Sunday (9/14-17)

Time: 8 p.m.

Place: Levitt Pavilion for Performing Arts

Cost: Free


There will be four concerts at Arlington’s Levitt Pavilion for Performing Arts this weekend.

All concerts are free and both family and pet friendly, though the pavilion asks that dogs be on a leash at all times and cleaned up after.

The Levitt Pavilion is located in Arlington’s Founders Plaza directly across the street from City Hall at 100 W. Abram St. Attendees will be seated on an open lawn and are welcome and encouraged to bring blankets, lawn chairs, picnics and coolers and more. Beer and wine are permissible, but glass containers are not allowed.

If picnicking isn’t your thing, J. Gilligan’s will be serving burgers, chicken, veggie burgers, Irish nachos, quesadillas, beer and wine. Additionally, Bahama Buck’s will be available.

Thursday’s 8 p.m. performance features the five-person Josh Weathers Band, known for their soulful, R&B, funk, and rock sound.

The Josh Weathers Band concert is part of the Arlington Gives! North Texas Giving Day rally hosted by the Arlington Tomorrow Foundation at the Levitt, which begins at 7 p.m. and will feature food trucks, as well as showcase Arlington’s non-profits and charities.

Additionally, rally and concert attendees will get to vote on their favorite Arlington charity as the People’s Choice. The winning organization will win a $10,000 grant.

Friday’s 8 p.m. performance, sponsored by Arlington Today magazine, features Blue Water Highway, “a roots music group with three-part harmony,” named for the highway outside of Freeport that runs along the Texas Gulf Coast, “where Texas and Louisiana cultures collide.”

Saturday’s 8 p.m. performance, sponsored by the Sheraton Arlington, features the The Rankin Twins, Amy and April. The group considered one of the most talked about new duos in contemporary country music.

Sunday’s 8 p.m. performance, made possible by a grant from the Texas Commission on the Arts, features the Fort Worth-based Tejas Brothers. The accordion-playing band got its start in the Stockyards and “continues to break musical boundaries” by blending types of music and culture.

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