2018 Levitt Pavilion Summer Concert Series


Atlanta Rhythm Section, Low Cut Connie, Sister Sparrow & the Dirty Birds, Choir! Choir! Choir! and GRAMMY winners Blind Boys of Alabama & Paul Thorn are among the many artists performing this summer at the Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks Summer Concert Series Presented by Coordinated Health. The series, which kicks off with a preview weekend May 18-19 and runs through Sept. 8, features more than 50 free shows at the Levitt Pavilion, located at the base of the iconic Bethlehem Steel blast furnaces on the city’s SouthSide.

Levitt Preview Weekend
May 18: Sarah Ayers & Friends with Stacy Gabel (Blues Rock)
May 19: Alpha Zero Three with Cubbage (Rock)

May 25: Motherfolk (Folk, Rock & Americana)
May 26: Atlanta Rhythm Section (Rock)
May 27: Slam Allen Band (Blues)
May 28: Still Surfin’ – A Tribute to The Beach Boys (Surf Pop)
May 31: Funky Dawgz Brass Band (R&B & Funk)

June 1: Paul Thorn and The Blind Boys of Alabama (Blues)
June 2: Mile Twelve (Bluegrass)
June 7: Caleb Hawley (Soul & Rock)
June 8: Damn the Torpedoes: Tribute to Tom Petty (Rock)
June 9: Hannah Gill & the Hours (Indie, Pop & Rock)
June 10: David Wax Museum (Roots & Folk)
June 14: The Brevet (Americana, Rock)
June 15: Choir! Choir! Choir! (Musical Choir)
June 16: TBA
June 17: Southern Avenue (Blues & Soul)
June 21: The Iguanas (Roots Rock)
June 22 (8 p.m.): Domenic Marte (Bachata) – part of SABOR Latin Festival
June 23 (8 p.m.): Jose “El Canario” Alberto (Salsa) – part of SABOR Latin Festival
June 24: Sun Parade (Indie Pop & Rock)
June 28: Karikatura (Transglobal Soul)
June 29: The Aardvarks (Pop & Rock)
June 30: Pokey LaFarge (Country, Jazz & Blues)

July 1: Devon Gilfillian (Blues & Soul)
July 4: The Allentown Band (Patriotic)
July 5: Ken Goldstein and the L.A. Hustle (Rock)
July 6: Magnum (Rock)
July 7: The Nightowls (Funk & Soul)
July 12: Royal Jelly Jive (Rock & Soul)
July 13: Thornetta Davis (Blues)
July 14: Cicada Rhythm (Folk & Americana)
July 19: Drew Nugent & the Midnight Society (Vintage Jazz) – part of SouthSide Swing
July 20: David Ostwald’s Louis Armstrong Eternity Band (Jazz/Swing) – part of SouthSide Swing
July 21: The New Orleans Cottonmouth Kings (New Orleans Jazz) – part of SouthSide Swing
July 26: Madaila (Indie Pop)
July 27: Filmore (Country)
July 28: Daniel Ellsworth & the Great Lakes (Indie Rock)

August 16: Walden (Indie Rock)
August 18: The Drifters (Motown & Doo Wop)
August 19: KICK – The INXS Experience (New Wave)
August 23: Black Violin (Classical & Hip-Hop)
August 24: House of Hamill (Celtic)
August 25: The Duke Robillard Band (Blues)
August 30: Bonerama (Brass, Funk & Rock)
August 31: Sister Sparrow & the Dirty Birds (Rock, Soul & Funk)

September 1: Bakithi Kumalo & the All Star Graceland Band: Paul Simon’s Graceland Album Tribute (Pop & World Music)
September 2: Low Cut Connie (Rock)
September 3: Vanessa Collier (Blues)
September 6: Amasa Hines (Rock)
September 7: Oliver Hazard (Indie Rock, Folk & Jam)
September 8: Start Making Sense: Talking Heads Tribute (New Wave, Rock & Post Punk)