Artist Lineup for Levitt AMP Denison Announced

100x100_Denison-Graphic-for-AMP-blog.pngStarting May 26 with Brave Combo, a rock band influenced by Polka and World Beat, the Levitt AMP Denison Music Series will present 10 weeks of free, live music in Heritage Park — revitalizing downtown Denison and strengthening the city’s social and economic fabric by celebrating inclusivity, engagement and accessibility through music. See the full lineup, featuring Sean McConnell, Ally Venable, Flow Tribe and more. 


May 26

Brave Combo

This Grammy-winning Texas band adeptly combines polka, rock, world beat and more for an irresistibly good time.

With opening act Two Gun Hattie.

June 2

Holy Ghost Tent Revival

Hailing from Greensboro, N.C., this folksy soul-rock outfit brings its infectious energy for a rollicking good time. 

With opening band Little Big Iron.

June 9

Ally Venable

The young Lone Star State blues singer-songwriter-guitarist is a triple threat you won’t want to miss.

With opening act Tiff Taylor.

June 16

Sean McConnell

This talented country folk singer has written songs for the likes of Tim McGraw, Martina McBride and Rascal Flatts, and is touring in support of his critically acclaimed self-titled album.

With opening act Jared Mitchell.

June 23

Jonathan Tyler

The Dallas-based rocker has toured with the likes of ZZ Top and AC/DC, and has classic rock and roll running through his veins.

With opening act Sons of Fannin.

June 30

Daphne Willis

This talented singer-songwriter defies expectations, incorporating elements of soul, rock, pop and electronica into her music.

With opening act Mandalyn Mack.

July 7

David Gerald

This charismatic performer is a consummate blues man who boasts decades of experience. 

With opening act Black Dirt Playboys.

July 14

Charley Crockett

A real-life descendant of folk hero Davy Crocket, the renowned Delta Blues artist was named Best Blues Act by the Dallas Observer.

With opening act Oliver White.

July 21

Jason Boland & The Stragglers

Skillfully mixing honky-tonk, outlaw and contemporary country, this band has amassed countless loyal fans and has independently sold more than a million albums worldwide.

With opening act Connor Harris.

July 28

Flow Tribe

A staple of the New Orleans music scene, this high-energy funk-rock outfit is known as a “traveling street parade.”

With opening act Michael O'Neal.

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