Break out your favorite sweater—Autumn is here! It’s that wonderful time of the year where parks, streets and front lawns all over the country become covered in a gradient of yellow and red leaves, as the sun begins to set a little earlier and the air cools to a chill. While concert season is soon coming to a close, be sure to stay tuned for info on free Levitt concerts in 2019!
We hope you’re having a cozy fall season and have marked your calendars for the last few free Levitt concerts coming to your communities this year.
Springtime is upon us! It’s that wonderful time of the year where our shared spaces are transformed by gorgeous greenery, the sunshine lingers and flowers are in bloom, paving the way for a joyous summer ahead, filled with free Levitt concerts in 26 towns and cities!
We hope you’re having a revitalizing spring season and have marked your calendars for all the free, live music coming to your community.
Think back to a formative memory. Do you envision a full event from start to finish, or a few meaningful moments? Chances are, there are particular moments that stick with you over time, as explained in the newly-released book The Power of Moments, by Stanford Business School professor Chip Heath and his brother, Dan Heath, senior fellow at Duke University’s CASE Center. Last month, a couple of us had the opportunity to hear Dan deliver a stirring keynote at the annual Communications Network Conference in Miami—where among other things, he discussed what makes a moment memorable. Continue reading
This is the most extreme hooping you’ll see all day! There’s clearly something amazing in the water at Levitt Pavilion Arlington.
The Polyphonic Spree looked mighty groovy on the Levitt Pavilion Arlington stage last summer. We can’t help it—the paisley just spoke to us!
Someone brought doge to a concert at the Levitt last year. We were lucky enough to capture this image and doge’s thoughts about the experience.
How music. Such love. So Levitt. Wow.
Proving it’s never to late…or early…to learn!
We can’t help ourselves. We love underappreciated brass instruments, especially when they’re played by super cool marching band Mucca Pazza!