Levitt Shell Summer 2018 Lineup

Posted by Holly Whitfield | April 11th 2018 2179 1

The Levitt Shell released their summer music lineup today.

Most of the shows start at 7:30 p.m. and they’re free, but donations are accepted.

Here it is:

5/31 – Mindi Abair & The Boneshakers

6/1 – Madisen Ward & The Mama Bear

6/2 – Banditos

6/3 – Dustbowl Revival

6/7 – The War & Treaty

6/8 – The Stone Foxes

6/9 – Nikki Lane

6/10 – Brian Owens & The Deacons of Soul

6/14 – Iguanas

6/15 – La Misa Negra

6/16 – The McCrary Sisters

6/17 – Harlan T Bobo

6/21 – The Steel Wheels

6/22 – Mike Farris & The Roseland Rhythm Revue

6/23 – Liz Vice

6/24 – Ray Wylie Hubbard

6/28 – Patriotic Pops

6/29 – Paul Thorn & Blind Boys of Alabama

6/30 – Stax Academy

7/1 – Stax Academy Rain Date

7/5 – Jonny P

7/6 – Rev Sekou

7/7 – Seratones

7/8 – Yemen Blues

7/12 – Jd McPherson

7/13 – Stars at the Shell (ticked event)

7/14 – Sammy Miller & The Congregation

7/15 – Peterson Brothers

The fall season will be September 6 – October 21, Thursdays through Sundays. That lineup will be released later in the year.

A few things to know about Memphis’ Levitt Shell Free Concert Series:

  • Bring chairs, blankets, coolers, picnics, any of your own food and drink – or enjoy the beer and food for sale.
  • Most of the shows are free, except for a few fundraiser concerts. It’s always great to bring a couple of bucks to throw in the donation buckets, though.
  • Most shows begin at 7:30 p.m., but I would get there at least a half-hour early to snag a good spot.
  • Parking is a challenge. Get there early to get a spot, take a Lyft, or even better: ride a bike or walk!
  • The shows are all ages, but as with anything, parents should look up the entertainment ahead of time to be sure they’re cool with it.

Author: Holly Whitfield

I write about what’s going on with Memphis music, food, arts, events, sports, people, and culture. Memphians love Elvis and barbeque with a passion that must be seen to be believed, but there is so much more to this place.

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  1. Isaac says:

    Thanks! I was curious if it would be allowed to record the live sound for a weekly show on WVZM FM 100.3?

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