Bethlehem, Pa., residents Jim and Pat Yost have witnessed significant changes in their community during the past 35 years, including the transformation of the Bethlehem Steel brownfield into Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks. Since opening in 2011, Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks has turned Bethlehem into a music-filled destination for all to enjoy. The venue’s impact is in part possible because of Levitt volunteers like Jim and Pat who give back to their community by making every free Levitt concert experience a positive one. “Our job here is to make sure the people who come here have the best time they’ve ever had,” says Pat in our Faces of Levitt video.
Pat also expresses how Levitt SteelStacks has become an indispensible part of the community, with free Levitt concerts enlivening the Bethlehem area and the friendships the couple has forged through their volunteer work.
Jim’s thoughts on all of this? “I feel the same way she does!”
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