Free performances every Thursday through Saturday with select Sundays

BETHLEHEM, Pa., April 25, 2023 — Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks presented by Lehigh Valley Health Network, will announce its 2023 free concert series line-up at a special season reveal event being held on Sunday, April 30 at 3 p.m. at the Musikfest Café presented by Yuengling.

Local recording artist Melody Cruz will kick off the afternoon with a musical performance followed by the exciting season reveal. The event is free to attend, and Palette & Pour will be open for beverages.

Beginning on Friday, May 19 through Saturday, September 9, every Thursday-Saturday and select Sunday nights the Levitt Pavilion will feature free professional concerts at the SteelStacks campus. Included in Levitt’s 13th season are annual festivals ¡Sabor! Latin Festival held June 23-25, Blast Furnace Blues  July 21-23 and the return of One Earth ReggaeFest on July 1.

Media are encouraged to attend.

About Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks

Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks is part of a national network of outdoor Levitt music venues and concert sites dedicated to strengthening the social fabric of communities through free, live music. Presenting a broad array of music genres and cultural programming, Levitt venues are inclusive destinations where families, friends, and neighbors of all ages and backgrounds come together. Learn more: 

About ArtsQuest

ArtsQuest’s mission is to provide access to exceptional artistic, cultural and educational experiences using arts and culture as key elements of economic development for our urban communities. ArtsQuest™ supports this mission via the presentation of performing and visual arts, film, arts education classes and outreach, youth programming and cultural events.

Through festivals such as its flagship event, Musikfest; the Banana Factory Arts Center; and the ArtsQuest Center at SteelStacks arts and cultural campus, ArtsQuest’s programming reaches more than 1.9 million people annually. The organization’s programs and events, of which over 50 percent are free to attend, have a combined economic impact of more than $136 million annually in the region.