Downtown Springfield Heritage Foundation
May 30 - August 1, 2019
The first Levitt AMP Springfield Music Series will breathe new life into a large, vacant lot in Springfield’s historic business district. Located in the same district where President Abraham Lincoln delivered his historic “House Divided Speech,” the series aims to reignite civic engagement and pride, while bringing residents together to envision the future
Presented by the Downtown Springfield Heritage Foundation, which promotes and preserves the historic, architectural, artistic and cultural heritage of Springfield through education, preservation and beautification, in partnership with Downtown Springfield Inc. (DSI) and Springfield Area Arts Council (SAAC).
Thursday, August 01, 2019 at 7pm
Described as country superstar “Miranda Lambert’s favorite songwriter” in an interview with Rolling Stone, John Moreland’s signature brand of honest, emotion-driven songwriting and coarse, vulnerable vocals have solidified his place at the forefront of contemporary Americana music.
With opening act Edward David Anderson at 6pm.
Thursday, June 13, 2019 at 7pm
Witness the energy of the Illinois Symphony Orchestra's hometown heroes, who bring uplifting brass arrangements to communities all around the state.
With opening act Timbre at 6pm.
Thursday, June 27, 2019 at 7pm
Combining the charismatic dance and folk traditions of his Punjabi roots with American jazz and funk, Fareed Haque’s Flat Earth Ensemble melds music from around the world into a contemporary, eclectic and dynamic sound.
With opening act Jazz Robots at 6pm.
Thursday, July 04, 2019 at 7pm
Named the best female vocalist at the 2018 Austin Music Awards, the Texas-based blues and soul sensation Tameca Jones drops jaws and captivates audiences with sweet, powerful vocals that soar above heavy guitar, rhythmic keyboard and soothing backup vocals.
With opening act Chel at 6pm.