Levitt Pavilion Denver’s 2021 Free Summer Series continues to grow with more family-friendly concerts and cultural events.
Newly announced shows include electronic musician and DJ The Polish Ambassador; the many projects of Marcus Rezak featuring his most recent work Truth in Sound, performances of The Grateful Dead & Jerry Garcia Band and more; a return performance from Fiesta Colorado with Mariachi Sol de mi Tierra; honkytonk hero Dale Watson; and the second annual Taste of the Middle East festival, with a chance to learn about Middle Eastern cultures featuring delicious food, henna, Turkish Coffee Cup Reading and celebrity musicians like Lebanese singer Al Walid Hallani; a return to the Levitt stage from Jurassic 5 alumni Chali 2na; latin hip hop project Ozomatli; Afrik Impact Festival featuring Senegalese talent Carlou D in partnership with the African Leadership Group; Mexican synth-pop band Moenia; 2021 Grammy award winners North Mississippi Allstars; frequent North Mississippi Allstars collaborator Anders Osborne, and Americana duo Secret Sisters and more.
Attendance at all Levitt produced Free Summer Series shows – proudly supported by Denver7 – are free with the option to purchase VIP tickets that support Levitt Pavilion Denver’s nonprofit mission.
Other in-person concerts include pedal steel guitarist Robert Randolph, Minneapolis indie pop band Yam Haus, the Texas Trio Fastball, the world’s first and only heavy metal Mariachi band Metalachi, the nine-piece extravaganza featuring horns, key, back-ups and more known as Sammy Rae & the Friends, and radically accessible music festival Shine Fest, dedicated to giving full access to the power of music featuring Los Angeles band The Score, Ryan Chrys & The Rough Cuts, Denver’s own Float Like A Buffalo and moreLevitt Pavilion launched the return of free, in-person, family-friendly concerts for their 2021 season on May 14.
Levitt Pavilion launched the return of free, in-person, family-friendly concerts for their 2021 season on May 14.
Proudly supported by Denver7, Levitt recently announced ten additional shows and increased capacity for this summer’s free outdoor concert series.
The concerts are free, but RSVPs are required, and limited VIP tickets are available. Levitt Pavilion is now allowing 7,500 patrons, which is 37 percent of their max capacity. They plan to maintain this capacity without any further increases so patrons can continue to spread out safely distanced on the lawn at Ruby Hill Park. Read more about Levitt Pavilion’s COVID-19 policies and protocols here.
With the increased capacity, many previously announced shows that sold out of free general admission reservations, such as Devotchka, Flobots and Dustbowl Revival, are now available again, according to event organizers
Levitt Pavilion Denver is a nonprofit venue dedicated to building community through music. With a loss of $2 million in revenue due to COVID-19 closures in 2020 and the additional costs of production and safety procedures, they’re asking concert-goers to consider donating to their Comeback Fund to allow them to provide music accessibility and education while also supporting the local music scene.
To learn more about Levitt Pavilion Denver and the 2021 summer concerts and to reserve your free (or limited VIP) tickets, visit www.LevittDenver.org.
Levitt Pavilion Denver 2021 Free Summer Concert Series:
May 14 Pimps of Joytime
May 15 Rock de Mayo* (Latin rock band festival)
May 21-22 Devotchka
May 23 Central City Opera
May 28 Dustbowl Revival
May 29 Joe Hertler and the Rainbow Seekers
May 30 Mike Love with Cas Haley
June 4 Neoma*
June 5 Flobots
June 10 Shook Twins
June 17 Cody Canada & the Departed
June 24 NOLA featuring Dumpstaphunk with George Porter Jr. and Jon Cleary
June 25 Saint Nomad with Corsicana
June 26 The Slackers with Last Reel Hero
June 27 Robert Randolph
July 3 The Polish Ambassador
July 15 Marcus Rezak’s Truth In Sound Album Release
July 16 Fiesta Colorado with Mariachi Sol de mi Tierra**
July 17 Chali 2na with The Reminders
July 18 Pandas and People
July 30 Ozomatli
July 31 Patrick Sweany
Aug. 5 Yonder Mountain String Band
Aug. 6 Dale Watson
Aug. 7 Afrik Impact Festival featuring Carlou D
Aug. 8 Shine Fest featuring The Score
Aug. 12 The Dip with Oh He Dead Sept. 18 Cool Vibes Reggae Fest
Aug. 14 Taste of the Middle East
Aug. 19 Yam Haus
Aug. 21 Fastball
Aug. 22 Moenia
Aug. 28 Metalachi
Aug. 29 Sammie Rae & The Friends
Aug. 14 Taste of the Middle East
Aug. 22 Moenia
Sept. 16 North Mississippi Allstars
Sept. 18 Cool Vibes Reggae Fest
Sept. 19 Anders Osborne
Sept. 23 Secret Sisters
Oct. 9 Shovels and Rope
*Performs in Spanish and English