Levitt Pavilion Releases 2018 Free Concert Series Lineup

Levitt Pavilion's lawn can hold 7,500 people.
Levitt Pavilion's lawn can hold 7,500 people.
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The best things in life are free, an adage the Levitt Pavilion takes to heart. After opening last year to much critical acclaim, the pavilion in Ruby Hill Park has announced its lineup of fifty free shows this year.

The nonprofit behind the amphitheater, which can hold 7,500 people, has booked shows between June 1 and the end of September. Find June's lineup below, and the full schedule at levittdenver.org.

The Levitt will also host a handful of ticketed shows with performers including Robert Earl Keen and WAR.

June's lineup:
Sunday, June 3 - Tea Leaf Green + Support TBA
Thursday, June 7 - Tommy Emmanuel + Support TBA
Friday, June 8 - Della Mae + Support TBA
Sunday, June 10 - Thee Phantom & Illharmonic Orchestra + Support TBA
Thursday, June 14 - The Slackers + The Dendrites
Friday, June 15 - Ghost of Paul Revere + Support TBA
Sunday, June 17 - Flor de Toloache + Support TBA
Thursday, June 21 - The Gills + Support TBA
Saturday, June 23 - Denver Concert Band + Support TBA
Sunday, June 24 - School of Rock + Support TBA

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