Artist Lineup for Levitt AMP Stevens Point Announced



Starting June 1 with blues veteran Peter Karp, The Levitt AMP Stevens Point Music Series will inject new life into Pfiffner Park—a historically rich green space along the Wisconsin River. With the aim to strengthen the local community, The Levitt AMP Stevens Point Music Series will create a thriving city center that welcomes people of all walks of life to experience the cultural scene in the historic neighborhoods surrounding the city’s core. See the full lineup, featuring Johnnyswim, Radio Jarocho, The Dirty Banks and more.


June 1

Peter Karp

This blues musician’s performances blend formidable roots-rock, R&B and country guitar chops with contemplative, lyrical songwriting

June 8

Matty Rico

Matty Rico’s powerful musings on politics and society go hand in hand with his expert flow and diverse, hard-hitting musical production

June 15

The Pat Watters Band

This Texan outfit’s high-energy, audience-driven performances harken back to classic country’s no-frills music, unapologetic attitude and relatable lyrics.

June 22


Featuring three of the Milwaukee jazz scene’s most exciting talents, Stomata is a modern experimental trio bringing jazz to a new generation.

June 30

Dead Horses

This Wisconsin troupe makes anthemic and life-affirming folk music with the vulnerability of intimate campfire songs.

July 1


This dynamic singer from Tennessee has several songwriting accolades under her belt, and complex, powerhouse vocals to boot.

July 2

The Pines & Johnnyswim

These dynamic acts, from Iowa to Nashville, will bring an exciting and eclectic mix of Americana, nostalgic pop and ghostly folk.

July 13


These songwriting sisters weave a sonic tapestry with passionate Americana tunes, Alternative Rock and Desert Folk ambience.

July 20

Kyndal J

This singer-songwriter from Milwaukee adeptly incorporates jazz, R&B, gospel and soul into her groovy, dreamlike tunes.

July 27

The Dirty Banks

This unpredictable troupe from Minneapolis brings dream rock and indie pop together to make electrifying, celebratory songs.

August 3

Radio Jarocho

This Son Jarocho outfit plays rhythm-driven, traditional folk music inspired by the swampy countryside of Veracruz, Mexico, with a contemporary flavor.