The Levitt National Tour is made possible by the generous support of
the National Endowment for the Arts and Remo.
About the tour
Levitt Pavilions is excited to bring the critically acclaimed World music sensation Playing For Change to Levitt cities across America during the summer of 2014.
Taking place over a three-week period, the tour will stop at six Levitt locations—including Los Angeles and Pasadena, Calif.; Memphis; Arlington, Texas; Bethlehem, Pa; and the future site of Levitt Pavilion Denver (where audiences will get a taste of what's to come when the venue opens in 2016). Levitt audiences across the country will be treated to Playing For Change's high energy show while they groove to the band's soulful jams. In addition, audience members of all ages will be invited to join drum circles on the Levitt lawn before each concert and learn the Levitt signature beat, no experience required! Capping off each event, on-stage conversations with the musicians will give insight into the band's world movement for peace through music and the artists' inspiring personal journeys.
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About Playing For Change
The critically acclaimed Playing For Change is dedicated to positive social change through the universal language of music. Comprised of musicians hailing from six countries, representing four continents, the Playing For Change sound is a fusion of global influences.
The band's “Songs Around the World” videos catapulted them to the international stage in 2009. Playing For Change recordings feature the talents of hundreds of artists including U2’s Bono, Keb Mo’ and Manu Chao, among others. The band has appeared in concert and on recordings with such celebrated artists as Jackson Browne, Taj Mahal, Patti Smith and Vusi Mahlasela.
With over 150 million YouTube views, Playing For Change has performed at legendary venues and festivals in Europe, the U.S. and Canada, Japan, Latin America and Africa.
Read more about the inaugural Levitt National Tour in reVerb, the Levitt blog.