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2012 Art on the Greene Arts Festival in Arlington

18 Mar

Come to Richard Green Linear Park March 23-25, 2012, for Art on the Greene Arts Festival. The Free three-day festival features some of the finest artists and live local entertainment. The inaugural event will take place all between The Ballpark in Arlington and the Cowboys Stadium. Home of the Caelum Moor Sculptures by artist Norm Hines, Richard Greene Linear Park will host artists of all different categories: painting, photography, ceramics, jewelry, glass, mixed media, sculpture, wood and metal.

Here are some of the groups/bands confirmed for 2012 Arts On the Greene:

    – UTA Jazz Orchestra
    – Soul Sacrafice
    – Ming Fishtrap
    – Andrea Dawson
    – Nightbird
    – Ray Tarantino
    – Jace Bersin Trio
    – Ray Tarantino

Click here for a schedule of the musical performances.

Jon Dillon and 92.5 KZPS will be Live on location at Art on the Greene Friday from 3-7pm to bring in the Weekend Party.

If you’re in the Arlington area and looking for something fun and free to do this weekend, stop by Richard Greene Linear Park for some great music and art. Spring is upon us so the weather is good for this type of event.

Feel free to bring lawn chairs and blankets to Art on the Greene festival. While coolers and ice chests aren’t allowed in the park, food vendors will be on site offering drinks and eats for sale.

Both parking and admission are free for this Event!

Art on the Greene Schedule
Friday, 3/23………..3pm-11pm
Saturday 3/24……..11am – 11pm
Sunday 3/25………..11am – 5pm

Richard Greene Linear Park
1601 E. Randol Mill Road
Arlington, TX 76011

Free Texas Power Fall Concert Series at Levitt Pavilion – Arlington

22 Aug

Rest assured that even after the summer months have ended and the kids are back in school, you’ll still have the opportunity to enjoy some free outdoor concerts, And although we can still have heat in September in Texas, it should be cooling off just a little or be the more bearable heat. Texas Power presents a Free Fall concert series at Levitt Pavilion in Arlington every Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday of each week in September. The Fall Concert Series begins on September 1st at 7:30pm. A new artist or band performs each time as the series will only last for a month.

The Levitt Pavilion for the Performing Arts was designed just for this type of thing: to promote and premier local artists for free to the surrounding public.

Jamie Richards - Sept 10

With Levitt Pavilions located across the US (Memphis, LA, Pasadena, Westport & Bethlehem) Arlington shares the commonality of celebrating its own community with free professional concerts displaying a rich array of music. Each year 50 or more take place!

Enjoy Free music under the stars in the weekend evenings of September. Picnic baskets, coolers, lawn chairs and blankets are welcome to the park. While they do allow alcoholic beverages, no glass containers are allowed and concessions are available at the pavilion.

Texas Power’s Free Fall concert series brings Arlingtonians Free music under the stars with various genres of music like: rock, blues, indie pop, indie-rock, salsa, jazz, country, alternative and funk!

Souls Rebels Brass Band - Sept 29

Wayanay Inka - Sept 22

There will be no concert on the 18th and Ecofest falls on September 17th when Velvet Love Box & Spoonfed Tribe will both perform. You can view the full calendar of performances for the Texas Power Fall Concert Series right here! The final performance will be by Deryl Dodd & The Homesick Cowboys October 1st, giving the audience a taste of Texas music with contemporary flair.

The Levitt Pavilion is located at 100 W. Abram Street in Founders Plaza. Not far from the UTA campus it’s right at the corner of Abram and Center Street. It is directly across the street from City Hall.

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