This summer, 150+ free Levitt concerts will bring joy and world-class musical talent to communities in small to mid-sized towns and cities across the country, all as part of the 2018 Levitt AMP Music Series!
With free Levitt AMP concerts already underway in Santa Fe, N.M., Galva, Ill., Stevens Point Wis., and Whitesburg, Ky., and Ocala, Fla.,’s series right around the corner, we’re thrilled to share the wide-range of award-winning artists and rising stars who’ll bring vibrant outdoor performances to Levitteers across the nation this summer. Scroll down to check out the incredible talent coming to these five Levitt AMP locations, and stay tuned for more exciting 2018 Levitt AMP lineups! Continue reading
Along with July being National Picnic Month, this month is also National Park and Recreation Month, which makes sense considering that picnics and parks go hand in hand! We love this infographic created by National Recreation and Park Association that shares some fun facts about community spaces boosting positive attitudes toward cultural diversity, how playing outside enhances vision and that half of exercise in America takes place at parks.
Powerhouse vocalist Dana Fuchs brings her raspy blues-rock vocals to Levitt AMP Ocala tomorrow night. The edgy singer/songwriter is known and beloved for her electric stage presence and heartfelt, compelling albums, many of which are dedicated to late loved ones. Born in New Jersey and raised in Wildwood, Fla.—where she performed as a child in a Baptist Choir—Fuchs always knew she wanted to broaden her horizons and make the leap to The Big Apple. She made her dream a reality when she packed her bags and moved to New York City at 19 to pursue a singing career. It was there that she formed and fronted the soulful, rocking Dana Fuchs Band, which gained a reputation as one of the best blues acts in the city’s music scene.
Today, audiences might recognize this multitalented artist’s strong and distinctive voice from her leading roles in the off-Broadway tribute musical, Love, Janis, and the Golden Globe-nominated film, Across the Universe (2007). Continue reading