The Levitt AMP Anchorage Music Series kicks off on May 29, enlivening Town Square Park and downtown Anchorage with 10 weeks of free, live music open to all! See the full lineup, featuring Snake Rattle Rattle Snake, The Knew, Austin Miller and more.
Artists pictured above (L to R, from top to bottom): Bear Antler, Snake Rattle Rattle Snake, Austin Miller, Mamma Lenny & The Remedy, The Dan Mac Band, The Knew
Hometown favorite Jared Woods kicks off the Levitt AMP Anchorage Music Series with his acoustic mix of rock and Americana.
The carefree bad boys of Bear Antler don't take themselves too seriously, making rock and Americana wickedly fun.
Snake Rattle Rattle Snake
As seductively venomous as their name suggests, Snake Rattle Rattle Snake create darkly atmospheric rock music with pulsing rhythms.
Fairbanks, Alaska band Young Fangs bring listeners "collage rock"—a fresh sound that dances between indie, rock and alternative.
Todd Grebe & Cold Country
A longtime fixture in the Alaska bluegrass community, Todd Grebe & Cold Country is a five-piece electric country band that seamlessly blends elements of bluegrass, swing jazz and country.
With opening act The Twilight Sloan.
With their versatile mix of reggae, flamenco, metal and more, Planting Seeds has been keeping audiences entertained since 1999.
With opening act Roar n Represent.
Austin Miller | Porlolo
Singer-songwriter Austin Miller plays Americana and folk with an emotive blend of soothing melodies, contemplative lyrics and mellow beats.
Porlolo, the musical project of Erin Roberts, creates melancholic folk pop hits mixed with creep rock.
Mama Lenny & the Remedy
Part musical soul mates, part sequins, this seven-piece band from Fort Collins, Colo., delights with original soul, rock and R&B tunes.
The Dan Mac Band
Anchorage pianist Dan McElrath and his quartet draw inspiration from their home state to create beautiful jazz arrangements fusing a variety of musical styles.
The Knew | Matt Hopper
The infectious energy of The Knew's raucous mix of rock, blues and punk makes it an unforgettable band to experience live.
Singer-songwriter Matt Hopper returns to his native Alaska with a varied catalog of soulful blues, country tunes and psychedelic pop-rock.